In this Brother Scan and Cut Tips and Tricks tutorial, you will learn how to cut a circular window in a card using your Scan and Cut CM350 or ScanNCut 2. You can follow along with whichever model of ScanNCut you have. First, you learn to create a rectangle to use as a card base. Then, you learn how to add a circle and group the shapes together. The circle can be used as a window on a card. In this case, I shared examples of the goat sticking its head out of the window. Shapes can also be used for shaker cards. Apply this concept to your crafting projects. The stamp set featured in my cards is Way to Goat by Stampin’ Up! Related tutorials and supplies used are listed below.
ScanNCut Settings (CM350)
Circle = 1.5″
Rectangle = 5.25″ x 4″
Blade Depth = 5 (Stampin’ Up! Card Stock)
Cutting Area = 8.5″ x 11″ or the size of your cardstock. You can cut 4 mats with circular windows from one piece of cardstock.
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