Brother ScanNCut - Cutting Stamped Images - Ornate Style

Brother ScanNCut Tutorial – Cutting & Layering Stamped Images – Ornate Style – Ornate Garden dsp

By PaperedChef, April 5, 2020

In this Brother ScanNCut Tips & Tricks Tutorial, you will learn how to cut  and layer stamped images using your CM350 or Scan and Cut 2. The stamped images we are using are from the Ornate Garden stamp set by Stampin’ Up!  Stamp the flowers using Memento Black ink onto Whisper White card stock. The smaller flower is not all of the way enclosed so you can use the pencil trick to enclose the gaps. Then, cut the stamped images out with an outline distance of 0.04″ and remove them from the mat. Don’t remove the mat. Instead, replace the Whisper White card stock with the Ornate Garden Specialty designer series paper. Increase the outline distance to 0.08″ and then cut out a layer of dsp. Color the flowers using Stampin’ Blends. Then, use dimensionals to layer them up so that you can use them as embellishments on cards. I shared five projects I created using the Ornate Garden Suite. The sentiments are from the Ornate Thanks stamp set. They were stamped using Terracotta Tile and Old Olive onto Whisper White card stock. The settings for your CM350 or ScanNCut 2 are listed below. If you are using an SDX model, you have Autoblade technology and don’t need to set the blade depth. 

Brother ScanNCut Settings
Black & White Recognition Mode
Stamped Image Layer: Outline Distance = 0.04″
CM350 Whisper White Blade Depth = 4 
Ornate Garden dsp Layer: Outline Distance = 0.08″
CM350 DSP Blade Depth = 3
Use dimensionals to attach the stamped image to the dsp layer.

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