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Brother ScanNCut Tips & Tricks – Cutting Stamped Sentiments – Tape Trick – Batter Up! Paper Pumpkin

By PaperedChef, June 7, 2021

In this tutorial, I share how to create tags using your Brother ScanNCut SDX125. You can follow along with whichever model of Brother Scan and Cut that you have. First, I shared how to stamp the “You’re the Best” sentiment from the Batter Up! Paper Pumpkin kit. Then, I shared how to close the gaps using Painter’s Tape so that the entire sentiment would be recognized as one object. We compared the sentiment which was scanned in which didn’t have Painter’s Tape applied so that you could have an idea as to what the ScanNCut recognizes. After cutting out the stamped sentiment using an outline distance of 0.04″, we created another layer in black with an outline distance of 0.08″ which helps add dimension to your stamped image. By adding Painter’s Tape to just part of a stamped image, you will achieve different effects and be able to cut out the parts that you want. Next, I shared how to cut out the Home Plate shape which can be used for creating extra sentiments. I used the built in shape which I resized and cut on out Basic White Cardstock. After sharing tips and tricks, I shared boxes and a card decorated using the Batter Up! Paper Pumpkin Kit.

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Brother ScanNCut Settings

Stampin’ Up! Basic White Cardstock
Outline Distance = 0.04″
SDX125 = Autoblade
CM350 Blade Depth = 4

Stampin’ Up! Black Cardstock
Outline Distance = 0.08″
SDX125 = Autoblade
CM350 Blade Depth = 5

Shape for Home Plate
Shape = BA-A041
Height = 2.5″
Width = 2.8″

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One Comment

  1. L says:

    Hi,
    Great tutorial. Thank you. The stamp set Stitchery might work for the baseball stitching (the 7th stamp).

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