Add some vintage flair to any wall with the help from your ScanNCut. You will need: ScanNCut DX Machine, roll feeder, Brother vinyl rolls (at least 2, depending on how many times you want to repeat the design), Brother transfer sheet rolls Steps: First, set up your machine with the roll feeder + vinyl. 2.
Proclaim your love of summer with this fun DIY summertime t-shirt project! You will need: A T-shirt, heat-transfer vinyl film, glitter heat-transfer vinyl, iron, scrap fabric, ScanNCut, standard mat Steps: Download summertime.fcm to your machine. Trim a sheet of heat-transfer vinyl film to about the width and height of the design, using the scanning function
Give your sunglass case some unique style with help from your ScanNCut! You will need: Brother vinyl in black and white, sunglasses case, ScanNCut, roll feeder, transfer sheets. Steps: Load sunglasses.fcm to your machine, using the roll feeder function. Load the roll feeder with white vinyl to start. Cut out the design using the roll
ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer shows how she turns digital drawings into cut files for her ScanNCut. Today I’m excited to share how easy it is to take digital brush script and turn it into a cut file. I take my tablet with me every time I travel. It’s like having an entire art studio
Add a cool design to a canvas tote bag for a fun personal touch! You will need: Tote bag, heat-transfer vinyl (we used glitter heat-transfer vinyl), ScanNCut, iron, press cloth. Steps: Load your pattern into the machine. We used a butterfly pattern from Tattered Lace Collection 9 (pattern TTLP07010_B) — downloadable from CanvasWorkspace with activation
ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer shows off how to curve text for the ScanNCut. See all the twisty details here! I get asked all the time about curving text. In 2016, I shared a video showing how you could do it, letter-by-letter. I’ve come up with another method — this time using a word processing