Canvas Workspace - Welding Fonts

Canvas Workspace Tips & Tricks – Welding Font – Personalize with Vinyl using your ScanNCut

By PaperedChef, November 28, 2020

In this Canvas Workspace Tips & Tricks Tutorial, you will learn how to use Canvas Workspace for the PC to weld fonts. I used the Nouradilla font which is a free font installed on my computer. I used Process Overlap – Weld to weld each word. I shared how the Text Layer turned into a Shape Layer after you weld the font. Next, I shared how to resize and align the text and then transfer the cutting file to your Brother Scan and Cut. Next, we retrieved the file on the ScanNCut SDX125 and cut out the font using holographic vinyl. Then, I shared how to transfer the vinyl onto the little bag my friend Misako created for me. I used transfer tape to help align the vinyl. Lastly, I shared where I downloaded the font. A complete list of materials and web sites is listed below.

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I used the Nouradilla font in this tutorial which is a FREE font. Support the designers by purchasing other fonts you may like and why not do it on Black Friday when there are so many great deals.

Other Supplies Used
Cricut Transfer Tape
Cricut Tools (for Weeding)
Brother ScanNCut SDX125E
Holographic Self Adhesive Vinyl, Assorted Tones, 12″ x 12″ – Set of 16

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