DIY Father’s Day Card

Surprise Dad with a homemade Father’s Day Card courtesy of a little creativity and the ScanNCut. You can hammer this one out in no time! Supplies: ScanNCut, foam, glue, cardstock, faux wood paper, silver color paper Tools: On a blank piece of paper, draw out your favorite tools for Dad making sure that all the


Get Your Game On with Geometric Gameboard & Pieces

Create a one of a kind gameboard and fun playing pieces such as Isohedron and Pyramid shapes! You will need: ScanNCut DX, cardstock, AutoBlade, low-tack mat, non-toxic glue or adhesive, ruler, a toll to score/fold paper Steps for the Isohedron: Step 1. Download “isohedron.svg” to your machine. Step 2. Apply cardstock or paper to a


One of a Kind Father’s Day Banner and Treat Bags!

Our friends over at Satin Ice cooked up a one of kind Father’s Day project to go along with their incredible, artistic culinary creations. Follow the details below! DAD Banner: Use the rectangle shape on the ScanNCut and cut the rectangles at 7” tall. Next, cut and glue the #1 DAD letters onto the background.


DIY Quilted Coasters

Combine a little sewing and some crafting to make one-of-a-kind quilted coasters for your next fun gathering! You will need: ScanNCut DX machine, Brother sewing machine, scrap fabric in assorted colors, thread, quilt batting, iron. Steps: Choose two colors of scrap fabric and stick to the standard tack mat the with high-tack fabric support sheet


Create Fab Paper Stencils

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer fashions some fun decorative stencils that can be used over and over! I love to use my ScanNCut to create stencils!  I recently used my ScanNCut to cut a bunch of stencils from cardstock.  You can use paper stencils over and over again, if you’re careful.  They become sturdier as


Welcome Summer with a Hello Summer! Banner

Sunshine, blue skies and hot temps – give summer a big welcome with a warm and inviting Hello Summer banner! Make one today! You will need: ScanNCut DX machine, Brother sewing machine, around 1 yard of colorful fabric, stiff felt, Brother iron-on appliqué sheets, thread, quilt batting, small 0.25” wooden dowel, yarn or rope, iron.