Learn how to stamp and cut images 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 the second episode of the series. Today’s tutorial is a simple “stamp and scan n cut” out your images.
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This tutorial was a little easier to film and put together – mainly because I’m trying not to be as nervous about using my Scan n Cut.
I hope you like today’s project which uses the lovely holiday catalogue stamp set called Playful Penguins, our basic black cardstock, and real red stampin’ pad.
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Instructions and Measurements:
You will need an A4 sheet of Whisper White.
Stamp your chosen images onto the card stock in black ink.
Trim down the section of paper and apply to your Low Tack Scan n Cut Mat (I use low tack tape to double secure my cardstock on the mat).
Scan N Cut
Load up your mat, and choose scan…. direct cut…..select the machine for saving the image temporarily…check scanned image….. reduct cutting area by using the on screen arrows…..if you want a border around your images select the circle type option…. up the cutting border to either 1mm or 2mm – I like 2mm…..click okay then click CUT…..then the start button. Please refer to tutorial for step by step visual guide.
Building your Card
Cut a piece of basic black card stock to 4 1/8 x 5 7/8″
Cut a piece of whisper white cardstock to measure 3″ x 5 7/8″
Using this white piece, cut in half in a wavy snow drift type pattern
Assemble card and add sentiments of choice.
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YouTube Tutorial – Scan n Cut Sundays #2
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