Brother ScanNCut Advanced
In this course, you will:
Delve deep into the Brother ScanNCut Settings
Cut Cardstock, Acetate, Vinyl, Iron-On Material and Poster Board
Create Projects from Brother Canvas Workspace
Practice Your Skills and Share Projects with Other Students
This Brother ScanNCut Advanced course helps you take your Brother ScanNCut skills to the next level so that you can make the most of your crafting experience. This course is project based so that you will learn the features of the Scan and Cut and apply them to your own projects. Even if you have been using your machine for a while, you will benefit from the wide variety of projects presented in this course including how to create embellishments, boxes and stickers. You will learn about the features of the Brother ScanNCut CM350 and be able to apply the same concepts to other models as well. You will learn how to work with built in patterns, how to scan and patterned paper, how to use the drawing feature, how to save and retrieve projects, and how to work in a variety of materials including card stock, acetate, vinyl, iron-on material and poster board. One of the unique features of this course is that I show you start to finish how to obtain projects from the Brother Canvas Workspace and cut them on your machine. I don’t leave out any steps so that you can follow along and then find your own projects to work with. Many other projects and topics are included and you will have the opportunity to practice and share your work with other students in the course. I encourage you to interact with the course content, to ask questions and to share your experiences with your ScanNCut. I look forward to taking this crafty journey with you.
Brother ScanNCut Canvas Workspace
Cutting out Built in Shapes and Patterns, Scanning & Drawing
Saving and Retrieving a Canvas Workspace Project using a USB Storage Device
Transferring and Creating a Project from the Cloud - Canvas Workspace Projects
Cutting out Iron-on Transfer Material
Cutting & Working with Vinyl
Creating Posters with the Brother ScanNCut
Using the Universal Pen Holder with your Brother ScanNCut
In this section, you will learn how to load a stamping marker into the Universal Pen Holder tool and use it to draw a sentiment with it. Then, you will scan and cut the sentiment and a background for it.
In this section, you will learn how to use a fine tip marker with the Universal Pen Holder tool. You will use the marker to fill in an egg shape with a pattern and to cut out that shape using the seam allowance function to save you the extra step of scanning.
In this section, you will learn how to resize a glitter pen so that it will fit inside of the Universal Pen Holder. You will learn how to use washi tape to modify the pen to fit into the holder. Then, you will use the glitter pen to draw a sentiment on a scrapbook page.