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
With Earth Day around the corner, why not make a handy-dandy reusable tote bag for groceries, vacations, and so much more! Follow the steps below to create your very own Earth Day tote! Supplies: Heat transfer vinyl Canvas tote bagsScanNCut DX SDX225ScanNCut toolsCanvasWorkspaceIron (if needed) Open CanvasWorkspace (the laptop or online version) and choose your
Check out the five new recipes on CanvasWorkspace today! We recently released a host of new projects on CanvasWorkspace! They include a handy Travel Pouch, travel-friendly Suitcase Stickers, a welcoming Owl Pincushion, an elegant Mother’s Day Paper Bouquet, and a colorful Animal Balloons project. Which one will you try?
Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, crafting expert and educator, is a paid consultant of Brother Crafts USA. I get a lot of my video ideas from questions that people either e-mail me or post online. This next video is the answer to one such question: How do I add files while working on a file in CanvasWorkspace
Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, crafting expert and educator, is a paid consultant of Brother Crafts USA. As you can imagine, I get a lot of questions about the ScanNCut. Some common questions are: Can you make stencils with the ScanNCut? How do you use CanvasWorkspace? Can you divide and weld objects in CanvasWorkspace? Can you do
I have a tendency to pull canvases off their frames. This leaves me with empty frames. I have stretched new canvas over a few of them, but I had this little one and it was calling out to become something brand new, like this earring holder: To begin, I cut an old patterned transparency into a decorative