Cutting out Stamped Images with the Brother Scan N’ Cut – Glamper Greetings

Glamper Greetings Cards

Glamper Greetings stamp set
Brother Scan N’ Cut
Spatula and stylus tools
Brother Scan N’ Cut mat


In this video demonstration, I walk you through the steps I used to cut out stamped images from the Glamper Greetings stamp set by Stampin’ Up. To prepare for this tutorial, I stamped images onto Whisper White card stock and attached the sheet to the mat using Painter’s Tape. I also rubbed the paper with a spatula to help adhere it to the mat. I scanned in the page, and cut out the campers/RV, some trees, bats, and snowmen. I used a blade depth of 5 and added an outline to each image. After making several cards using the cut images, I walked through the materials that I used to color and embellish each of the 5 cards featured in this video. Visit my Stampin’ Up store to find items featured in this post.

Glamper Greetings Photopolymer Stamp Set

Glamper Greetings Photopolymer Stamp Set
Item Number: 142202


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1 Comment

  1. I see you used tape to hold down the top of your paper before you scanned. I have had a few problems with the paper lifting.

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