Cutting out Stamped Images with the Brother Scan N’ Cut – Party Pandas

By PaperedChef, December 20, 2017

Party Pandas cut out with the Brother Scan N' Cut

Party Pandas stamp set by Stampin’ Up
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 Party Pandas stamp set by Stampin’ Up. First, I stamped the images onto white card stock using black 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. I provide a tip for easily cutting out the panda holding the balloon. Please stay tuned until the end to see the results of the entire process. After January 3rd, you can earn this stamp set for FREE just by spending $50 or more at my store. Please visit the link below for more details and use the host code on my page for another special treat. Visit my Stampin’ Up store to find items featured in this post.

Party Pandas Clear-Mount Stamp Set

Party Pandas Clear-Mount Stamp Set
Item Number: 147221

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  1. Kren says:

    What kind of card stock did you use for the #5 setting?

  2. Kren says:

    This video was very helpful for a beginner like me. Just wanted to know if you know a setting for the Walmart Georgia Pacific card stock? Or Neenah 80#? I see all these people in videos cutting into their mats the first time so I haven’t tried to cut anything.

  3. PaperedChef says:

    Hi Kren, Thanks for watching.

    I use a blade depth of 4 for Stampin’ Up double-sided designer series paper or any of the medium weight scrapbooking paper you see in Joann, Michaels, Hobby Lobby, etc.

    I use a blade depth of 5 for any cardstock with is light or medium from a pack like the Whisper White or Very Vanilla card stock from Stampin’ Up or the pads of paper like the Martha Stewart Essentials pad.

    I use a blade depth of 6 for any thick card stock like the Stampin’ Up colored card stock packs or packs of glitter card stock. I usually never have to go higher than this unless I’m cutting poster board.

    You can run a test cut so that you don’t cut into your mat. That way, just a very tiny section is cut out.

  4. Toni Weresch says:

    Very informative video, Thank you!

  5. Debbie says:

    Awesome! I’m going to totally look into the Brother Scan and Cut! This is the first time I’ve seen this thing! Also, I have the Party Panda set. I had the best luck with Stazon. Be sure it’s really inked up.

  6. Thanks Debbie, I will try Stazon which is in my stash. If you decide to purchase one, please use the link to Amazon from any of my Brother Scan N’ Cut posts.

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