Learn how to make this adorable candy shaped box cracker using Stampin’ Up! DSP with the Scan N Cut
Hi and welcome to today’s blog tutorial which is a new series every Sunday called “Scan n Cut Sundays” and this is my first episode of the series where I make a Candy Shaped Treat Box using the Canvas Workspace Application.
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I don’t use my Scan n Cut as often as I’d like – namely due to the time it takes to do projects, film, edit, etc. but I’ve promised myself I’m going to commit to using it more. And what not to love about a new Series 🙂
I hope you like today’s project which uses the gorgeous Mossy Meadow Card Stock and the Magnolia Lane Designer Series Paper and co-ordinating ribbon.
I used the”Here’s to strong women” stamp set today as I just love this empowering message sentiment. This set is available in our Annual Catalogue – why not Contact me for a free copy.
All products used are listed below for your perusal.
Instructions and Measurements:
You will need an A4 sheet of Mossy Meadow Cardstock,
Your scan n cut machine
Low tack mat (mines is needing cleaned so used Standard Mat but be careful that it doesn’t remove particles from your card).
x2 pieces of Magnolia Lane Ribbon (Crumb cake one)
All Stampin’ Up! Products used are detailed below for your information.
Please refer to tutorial on how to cut and assemble.
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Products Used:Product List
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