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Personalize Pop-Ups Cards, Perfect for Any Holiday

Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, crafting expert and host of the PBS Series Scrapbook Soup, is a paid consultant of Brother ScanNCut USA. For this year’s batch of Christmas cards I made pop-up cards!  I saw a super simple card on Pinterest and it inspired me to make some of my own! I created a design and took advantage


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Create a Cute Halloween Card with ScanNCut

I’ve got a super cute project for you just in time for Halloween!  Watch the video for the how-to (and to check out my fancy Halloween ensemble): Here’s the project from the video: It looks super simple, but try the project and you’ll gain loads of ScanNCut skills like adjusting file size, adding files, scanning,


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Create Custom Masks to Match Your Stamps

Today I’ve got a super cute card tutorial for you.  The video is all about how to use your ScanNCut to create custom masks to match your stamps.  It’s a technique you can use in your art journal, on your scrapbook pages, or even on fabric! Here’s the card from the video: It’s pretty impressive


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Pop-Up Card Fun with an Intricate Design

My friend Jenn just had a birthday, so I decided to make her a card. Cutting the intricate design with my ScanNCut, I then arranged the card to create a fun pop-up! I’ve enjoyed this design motif so much, that I’ve even found myself using it in creative new ways on other projects! I think creativity


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Craft Stand-Out Save the Date Cards

Just in time for wedding season: Save the Date cards. One of the things I love about cut files is their versatility.  We can all take the same exact cut files and make them look super different depending on the additional choice we make along the way. In this video I share three ways to


Lacy Gate Fold Thank You Card

I love paper crafting and creating one-of-a-kind cards! What better way to say thank you to someone special than with a thank you card you’ve made yourself? Today I’m happy to share a video tutorial and images from the project here. In the video, you’ll see just how easy it is to take any >SVG