Confession...I'm REALLY behind on my Project Life scrapbook so I've started a new strategy to just jump into the current weeks and catch up on the past stuff when I can. I'm really hoping that will help. Here's my newest page...made using the NEW Scan N Cut™ machine by Brother. The Scan N Cut is the first home and hobby cutting machine with a built in scanner! Cool, eh?!
I'm really thankful I've gotten the chance to use this handy machine because I learn new things about it every time I use it. Like on this layout I used it to write the word "hello" on that first card with the Scan N Cut pens. I also used it to cut out the word "life", to "fussy cut" out the arrows I stamped onto white paper using the "direct cut" feature of the machine. I also learned to cut out some basic die-cut shapes, and also to scan some scrapbook paper and fussy cut out a design element using the "direct cut" feature. It's so cool!
Check out the video I made on how I created this layout using the machine:
Here's some close ups of the elements I made...I added some arrows to some of the photos to help direct you to seeing what I'm talking about.
These first pics show how I used the Scan N Cut to create the card. Watch the video for more details on how I did it.
Here's that ticket I had the Scan N Cut fussy cut out of a piece of scrapbook paper...to do that I just scanned in my patterned paper, selected the ticket, and then had it cut it out. Easy peasy.
You can check out more info about the ScanNCut HERE!
disclosure: Brother International
Disclosure: I am a paid consultant for Brother International Corporation and have received a ScanNCut from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely my own and based on my use of the product.