Cool ScanNCut Feature: The Smoothing Tool

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer shows off a handy cool feature on the ScanNCut called the Smoothing Tool. One of the things that I love about the ScanNCut is the various options it offers so you can achieve the results you want – you just have to experiment with different methods of getting there! You


Recycling Bin Decals

Get into the recycling habit with these professional looking recycling bin decals. Just in time for Earth Day! You will need: Brother vinyl (we used 3 different colors), Roll Feeder, three recycling bins, contact paper, ScanNCut Load the cutting file “aluminum.fcm” into your machine. Cut the file using your choice of colored Brother vinyl and


Wood Block Stencil

Design a wood block stencil in CanvasWorkspace, grab some paint and create a one-of-a-kind gift that is both elegant and personal. The layout of the stencils was done in CanvasWorkspace. Once that was complete, I loaded a mat with vinyl and cut out with my ScanNCut. The pieces that needed to be cut were identified


Using the ScanNCut with Frisket Film

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer uses her ScanNCut and Frisket Film to create a one-of-a-kind project! In honor of World Art Day (April 15, 2019), I put together a quick tutorial that demonstrates one of the many ways the ScanNCut can be used in fine art applications. Today we are using Frisket Film and watercolor.


Earth Day Tote: Reduce! Reuse! Recraft!

With Earth Day around the corner, why not make a handy-dandy reusable tote bag for groceries, vacations, and so much more! Follow the steps below to create your very own Earth Day tote! Supplies: Heat transfer vinyl Canvas tote bagsScanNCut DX SDX225ScanNCut toolsCanvasWorkspaceIron (if needed) Open CanvasWorkspace (the laptop or online version) and choose your


Paper Flower Place Cards

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer explores the creation of paper flower place cards with the ScanNCut DX and CanvasWorkspace. I recently made these gorgeous paper flower place cards with my ScanNCut. The flower, the leaves, and the “twigs” are all built-in designs from the ScanNCut DX225. I used one of the basic shapes in CanvasWorkspace