Cutting out Stamped Images with the Brother Scan N’ Cut – Crafting Forever

Crafting Forever stamp set
Brother Scan N’ Cut
Spatula and stylus tools
Brother Scan N’ Cut mat


In this short video demonstration, I walk you through the steps I used to cut out stamped images from the Crafting Forever stamp set by Stampin’ Up. First, I stamped the images onto light card stock using Basic Black archival ink. Then, I attached the paper to the mat and rubbed it with a spatula. I walk you through the entire process of scanning and cutting out the images. I used a blade depth of 5 and added an outline to each image. Some of the images didn’t cut on the first try so I explained how moving them to another part of the mat helps. I also show how I use Painter’s tape for holding the card stock in place.

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  1. Hi, I met you at Hattie’s stampin up weekend. Thank you so much for showing me the brother machine and letting me take notes. I took your link to amazon and bought one. Their instructions were not as detailed as yours. Thank you so much. I am very happy with my machine. Hope you get the credit. Florence.

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