A Burst of Creativity! A Vibrant July 4th Poster!

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer creates a colorful Independence Day poster, just in time for the holiday! I’m super excited about today’s project because it turned out even better than I imagined!  Here’s a lovely way to celebrate 4th of July: And the best part is that this card was made by slightly altering a


A Fun Assortment of Summertime Inspired Projects

Welcome summer with a potpourri of summer inspired projects including a pineapple inspired banner, cool vinyl drink decals and a felt tic-tac-toe board! Get the details below! Let’s check out the Pineapple Banner first! You will need: ScanNCut, Low-Tack Adhesive mat, Colorful cardstock, twine or string, wooden clips, non-toxic glue Downloads: Steps: Download the cutting


From A to Z Alphabet Foam Letters

Create your own foam alphabet letters with help from the ScanNCut! See the details below! Materials: (6) 6″ x 9″ foam sheets with adhesive back(2) 6″ by 9″ foam sheets (no adhesive) ScanNCut Project Steps: 1) Create an alphabet board using your preferred font (a wide font will work best). 2) Use your ScanNCut to


Get Some Glimmer with the Rhinestone Kit

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer adds some fun shine to an already cool apron with the ScanNCut Rhinestone Kit. There seems to be some confusion about which ScanNCut accessories work with the ScanNCut DX.  Other than blades and mats, the accessories that you may have used with your ScanNCut 1 or 2 are also compatible


Crafty Wood Inspired Signs

Create beautiful personalized signs with the ScanNCut! Upcycling reclaimed wood is fun with the ScanNCut and all you’ll need is: Supplies: – ScanNCut DX + Roll Feeder– ScanNCut Transfer Tape– ScanNCut Vinyl (color of your choice)– White wood paint– Reclaimed wood To start, open CanvasWorkspace for desktop, if you do not have a CanvasWorkspace account


Technique: Reversed Text Cutouts

Learn a cool technique called Reverse Text Cutouts and try it on your next project! You will need: ScanNCut DX, cardstock, AutoBlade, low-tack mat, non-toxic glue or adhesive Note: This is a technique walkthrough to create text labels out of layered paper cutouts. Get creative and find ways to apply the skills outlined here in