A Behind-the-Scenes Look at ScanNCut2 on HSN

February 12, 2016By Jackie CArticles No Comments Opinion by Paid Consultant

Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, crafting expert and host of the PBS Series Scrapbook Soup, is a paid consultant of Brother ScanNCut USA.

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Hey everyone!  I thought I’d share some photos from my recent trip to HSN down in Tampa, Florida.

Even if you already own a ScanNCut, I think it’s interesting to watch the presentations on HSN.  We always show lots and lots of gorgeous projects that will hopefully inspire you to create items of your own!

Here I am in the green room (a backstage waiting room) holding one of my favorites…

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…a beautiful heart ornament!

Check out our table laden with lovely projects:

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Here’s a closer peek at that heart ornament:

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We had to go cake shopping at the local supermarket in Tampa.  I wasn’t sure what we’d find, but I think we found the perfect cake for this topper — simple, elegant, and lots of great visual texture!

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The cake topper is a free project download from ScanNCutCanvas.  You get the instructions and all the cutting files for free!  In fact there were a few free ScanNCutCanvas projects represented on the table!

Favor Box:

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Pop-up Card:

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There are new projects added every single month!  We also added some Valentine’s feeling to the winter wreath in the photo above.

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We slipped a glittery gold cut out under the wreath and then added the pink heart with the sentiment.  I think those two easy additions help to keep that beautiful wreath feeling seasonal!

We did the same trick with this white banner:

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We just added a heart and voila!  It’s Valentine’s Day!  Check out all of the hearts:

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This scrapbook album has fabric hearts on it:

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We had a number of fabric projects, including this beautiful applique quilt, made by Anna Aldmon with ScanNCut:

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And here’s an idea that uses quilt pieces, but cut out of paper!

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Isn’t that a great idea?

Hope you feel inspired to create something wonderful with your ScanNCut!

Talk to you next week!

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