In this tutorial, you will learn how to cut and layer stamped images using your Brother ScanNCut SDX125. The concepts can be applied to any model of Brother Scan and Cut that you have. Prior to this tutorial, I stamped the truck, dirt bike and ATV or 4-Wheeler (which I called a Golf Cart) from the Pedal to the Metal stamp set in Memento Black ink onto Whisper White card stock. I explained how to leave enough space between your stamped images so that you can cut out the layers. I also shared how to attach the Whisper White card stock to the mat by rubbing or using a Brother Brayer and how to load the mat which in my case, took a few tries.
We used Direct Cut and an outline distance of 0.04″ for the stamped images. I shared how to scan in the stamped image and select a specific area of the mat while ignoring object size. Then, I explained how to replace the Whisper White card stock with Crushed Curry card stock in order to cut out a larger layer. I used 0.08″ for that outline distance. Then, I changed to Night of Navy Card stock for the largest layer. I used a 0.12″ outline distance for that. I colored the stamped images using a variety of Stampin’ Blends and Stampin’ Markers. I shared several projects I created using the Pedal to the Metal stamp set including cards, tags and a tag treat. Current Stampin’ Up! supplies used for my projects are listed below.
Layers for Pedal to the Metal Stamp Set
Whisper White – 0.04″ Outline Distance
Crushed Curry = 0.08″ Outline Distance
Night of Navy = 0.12″ Outline Distance
Here is a Playlist of tutorials on cutting stamped images with the Brother ScanNCut.Product List
Projects by The Papered Chef: