Beautiful Custom Paper Daffodils

Generate your own colorful garden of decorative paper flowers with the ScanNCut and plant them anywhere you like! You will need: Colored paper or cardstock, ScanNCut, Low-tack cutting mat, hot glue, something to decorate (we created a garland using a length of jute ribbon–but get creative and decorate anything you desire!) Steps: Download the 3

Personalized Tattered Lace Custom Envelope

Create a one of a kind envelope for that special person with your ScanNCut. Supplies:You will need: Low-Tack cutting mat, colored paper of your choice, adhesive (non-toxic glue works!) Load “Envelope_TatteredLace.fcm” into the machine. Stick your choice of colored paper onto the low-tack mat. If you’re not sure that the cutting files will line up

Recycling Bin Decals

Get into the recycling habit with these professional looking recycling bin decals. Just in time for Earth Day! You will need: Brother vinyl (we used 3 different colors), Roll Feeder, three recycling bins, contact paper, ScanNCut Load the cutting file “aluminum.fcm” into your machine. Cut the file using your choice of colored Brother vinyl and

Creating Stencil Bridges

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer shows off how to create stencil bridges using the ScanNCut DX. I love designing my own stencils.  There’s something so exciting about creating a unique art tool that no one else has.  Today I’m going to show you how to create stencils where the inside parts don’t fall out.  The

New Designs on CanvasWorkspace

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?

Create A Rolled Paper Flower with ScanNCut

Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, crafting expert and educator, is a paid consultant of Brother ScanNCut USA.  This beautiful rolled paper flower is easier to make than you might think!  All you need is a few minutes, your ScanNCut machine, some wire, a few beads, and some adhesive.  You can even download the .fcm cutting file for