Brother ScanNCut - Creating a Stamping Mask

Brother ScanNCut Tutorial – Creating a Stamping Mask – Cutting Mylar for Stamping or for Stencils

By PaperedChef, October 16, 2020

In this Brother ScanNCut Tips & Tricks Tutorial, you will learn how to create a stamping mask using your Brother Scan and Cut SDX125. I share how to cut out the gnome house without an outline distance. I used the pencil trick to get the house to be recognized. Then, instead of cutting it out with paper, I cut it out with Mylar sheets. I share techniques for coloring using a stamping mask. This technique can be used for masking, sponge coloring, decorating, tracing, and for creating stencils. I also shared other examples of how I cut out Mylar sheets. I shared how to sponge color the stencils and how to use them to add some texture to card backgrounds I created using the Gnome for the Holidays and Snow Front stamp sets by Stampin’ Up!

SDX125 Settings used for cutting Mylar
Blade Depth = Autoblade 
Cut Speed = 3
Cut Pressure = 3

ScanNCut2 CM350 Settings used for cutting Mylar
Deep Cut Blade Depth = 4
Cut Speed = 2
Cut Pressure = 3

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