Scanner Level Switch

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei Fan Balzer explains what the 1 and 2 lever is on the left hand side of the ScanNCut DX. For a nice clean scan, just remember, raise the scanner glass to “2” to protect it from getting scratched or dirty.  Lower it to “1” to get a nice clean scan! It’s

Valentine’s Day Table Runner

It’s never too early to start thinking about what fun Valentine’s Day project you would like to start. Today, ScanNCut Specialist, May Flaum, walks you through the steps of creating a festive Valentine’s Day Table Runner, just in time for the heartwarming day! Supplies Used: Iron, Iron-on Vinyl, ScanNCut DX and standard blade and mat,

Give someone your heart for Valentine’s Day!

Brother ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer has the perfect heartwarming video project, and just in time for Valentine’s Day! It’s super easy to create a customized Valentine’s Day card with a big beautiful pop-up heart inside when you have a ScanNCut! This is an easy project that you can customize with your own text, fonts,

Video: The ScanNCut DX Foil Transfer Starter Kit! Yay!

You’ve been asking for it and now it’s finally here! The ScanNCut DX Foil Transfer Starter Kit!  Yay! Watch as ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer shows off this really cool technique! The kit comes with everything you need to get started foiling with your ScanNCut.  It works with all models of the ScanNCut and the

Making a Foam Stamp

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer loves making foam stamps! In this wonderful tutorial, Julie walks through the fun steps of creating your own. I love to create stamps with my ScanNCut.  Here is a print I created from stamps I made using one of the ScanNCut DX 225 built-in designs: These stamps are cut from

Create a Personalized Birthday Card

This year for my Mom’s birthday, Steve managed to get tickets to see a show she really wanted to see. He asked me to make a card that he could slip the tickets into. And because I have a ScanNCut, I knew that I could do it quickly and easily. (In the photos I used