Brother ScanNCut Tutorial – Cutting & Layering Stamped Images – Dressed to Impress & Best Dressed by Stampin’ Up!

In this tutorial, you will learn how to cut and layer stamped images using your Brother ScanNCut CM350. The concepts can be applied to any model of Brother Scan and Cut that you have. Stamp the lipstick from the Dressed to Impress stamp set in Memento Black ink onto Whisper White card stock. Leave enough space between your stamped images so that you can cut out the layers. Use Direct Cut for cutting out the lipstick and layers. After cutting out the stamped images, remove them and place Best Dressed dsp onto the mat to cut out the layer with a larger outline distance. After cutting the lipstick, cut the circles and layers. Stamp the circles with the “Be as Bold as your Lipstick” from the Dressed to impress stamp set. Use the sentiments to embellish cards, boxes and tag treats. Settings, dimensions and materials are listed below. 

Brother ScanNCut Settings
Lipstick: Outline Distance = 0.04″
Lipstick Layer: Outline Distance = 0.08″
Circle for Sentiment: 1.75″ Circle
Layer for Sentiment: 2″ Circle
Whisper White: Blade depth = 4
Designer Series Paper: Blade depth = 3

Box with Lid Dimensions
Best Dressed designer series paper by Stampin’ Up!
Paper Size Lid: 6″ x 3.5″ 
Paper Size Bottom: 6″ x 3.5″;  slice a smidgen or 1/16″ off of the length and width
Score: 1″ on all sides
Cut tiny triangles out as shown in the video. Adhere flaps with Tear & Tape

Tag Treat Dimensions
From my Heart designer series paper by Stampin’ Up!
Punch for top: Delightful Tag Topper Punch
Punch to hold Lipstick Pen: 3/4″ Circle Punch (retired)
Paper Size: 9″ x 2″ 
Score: 2 7/8″ and 3 5/8″ (check orientation of patter prior to scoring)

Gift Box Dimensions (Cut with Brother ScanNCut)
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From my Heart designer series paper by Stampin’ Up!
Pattern = Gift Box Template (inches)
Paper Size = 12″ h x 12″ w, margin = 0
Dimensions = 4″ l x 1.5″ w x 1.25″ h
Thumb Hole Diameter = 0.5″

Here is a Playlist of tutorials on cutting stamped images with the Brother ScanNCut.

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