Brother ScanNCut SDX125 – Tic Tac Snowman Treats – Craft Fair Project

In this ScanNCut tutorial, you will learn how to create Snowman Tic Tac Snowman Treats using the Brother Scan and Cut SDX125. The Tic Tac snowman treats which are great for stocking stuffers, holiday gifts, Christmas craft fairs, holiday bazaars or to give to pretty much anyone because you will make them smile. The Scan and Cut settings used are listed below. You first create two circles. You learn how to align them and weld them. Then, you duplicate them and add a scalloped circle to one of them so that you can see the Tic Tacs in the Snowman belly. You also learn how to group, rotate and duplicate your snowmen so that you get the most out of one piece of card stock. 

Settings Used – Thick Whisper White Card Stock

Large Circle (bottom) = 3″
Small Circle (top) = 2.25″
Scalloped Circle = 1.25″
Blade Depth (CM350) = 5

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  1. To buy all of the recommended materials this would cost over $100.00 and thst doesn’t include having a prime account. Curious how many snowman tic tac treats this would make? It’s very cute.

  2. Hi Deb, you don’t need the Snowman Builder Punch to create the hats of you have a Brother ScanNCut. I cut the hats out of the designer series paper. I didn’t punch them out. Be sure to watch the tutorial so you can see how many snowmen fit on the card stock you are using. You can use any white card stock. I get two treats out of one 8.5” x 11” sheet. I love using stickers this year. Last year, I showed how to cut out the carrots using the Brother ScanNCut. In other words – there are hundreds of ways to make these, depending on your budget.

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