Brother ScanNCut - Back on your Feet

Brother ScanNCut Tutorial – Cutting, Coloring, and Layering Stamped Images – Back on Your Feet

By PaperedChef, April 11, 2020

In this Brother ScanNCut tutorial, you will learn how to cut, color and layer stamped images using your Scan and Cut SDX125. The stamp set used for this tutorial is Back on your Feet by Stampin’ Up! I shared tips and tricks on how to cut out this stamp set as well as 5 project designs. I created all of the cards and treat topper using stamped images cut out from this set as well as other stamp sets which coordinated. These cards and projects are going to help bring smiles to faces and are very appropriate for the times that we are in. Use this stamp set for pick me up, get well cards and for letting people know you care. A full list of supplies is listed below.

Back on Your Feet Sloth Get Well Card
Card created with the Back on Your Feet, Rise & Shine stamp set,
and the Dinoroar designer series paper by Stampin’ Up!
Product List
Back on Your Feet - Giraffe Pretzel Treats
Pretzel Treat Topper – Created with the Back on Your Feet stamp set and the
Garden Lane designer series paper by Stampin’ Up!

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Back on Your Feet - Giraffe Card
Get Well card created with the Back on Your Feet stamp set and the
Dinoroar designer series paper by Stampin’ Up!
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2 Comments

  1. Hi Kim,
    I have enrolled in several of your classes and I open two accounts, would you please let me the if possible the titles of them so that I can combine them in one please and thank you.

  2. PaperedChef says:

    Judith,

    You had me stumped on that one but I looked it up and YES, you can merge two accounts. Here are the instructions and the link to submit a support ticket are in the instructions. Just give them your two email accounts when you submit the ticket and they can merge your two accounts. https://support.udemy.com/hc/en-us/articles/236097968-Merging-Accounts

    Kim

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