DIY Felt Tray Tutorial

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer creates a one-of-a-kind felt box using a fun project from CanvasWorkspace and her ScanNCut. I was looking for a project to create using a small (about 12×12) piece of hand printed fabric I had. I couldn’t figure out what it was big enough for.  And then I found a cute


ScanNCut Direct Connection Question

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer explains how to use the Direct Connection method when using your ScanNCut and your PC. I often get asked about the “Direct Connection” method.  As you know, the ScanNCut is a stand-alone machine. It requires no computer or internet to operate.  However, you can use it with either a computer


Welcome Fall with a Leaf Inspired Sign

ScanNCut Specialist May Flaum creates a wonderful ‘Welcome Fall’ sign for decorating the home during autumn. Welcome Fall Sign When it comes to welcoming fall, I’m the first in line! One way I like to do this is with both long term and single season décor. One of my biggest tools? The ScanNCutDX! My ScanNCut


For Mema and Poppy! A Grandparents Day Gift

ScanNCut Specialist Erin Bassett creates a special, one-of-a-kind gift in honor of Grandparents Day. See all the details below. Grandparents day is coming up and this would be a great gift to make for Grandma for that, any other holiday, or just because. You can customize it to her favorite colors, style, and even the


Brushes, Ideas & Supplies – Oh My!

Make summer art camp a little more organized with creative decals made with CanvasWorkspace and the ScanNCut. See all the fun details for all three projects below! Please Wash Your Brushes Decal You will need: ScanNCut, a variety of colored vinyl, Brother Transfer Tape, CanvasWorkspace This project is 6.5 x 4 inches 3 font boxes


Customized Canvas Tote Bag

Hit the beach, head to a farmers market or use it for a vacay! 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