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Back To School Breakfast!

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The summer’s wrapping up and it’s time for the kids to head back to school! Here’s a quick way to celebrate, whether it’s for their teacher or for them.

 

Supplies:

 

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Video on how to create this project: https://youtu.be/9416dZPxc6w

 

 

Instructions for the mug:

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  1. Place the red and green craft vinyl onto the standard mat and load it into the ScanNCut. image from www.dropbox.com
  2. Download the free cut file.

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Load it onto your ScanNCut by pressing “retrieve data” and then choosing where you downloaded it from.

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  1. Select the designs for the flag by pressing “edit” then select icon with the 3 red boxes.

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Then choose the method to select just part of the designs and crop the flag designs and press “ok.”

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Next press the trash can to delete them.

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  1. Next, press “ok,” then “scan,” then “start.” image from www.dropbox.com
  2. Drag the patterns onto the correct color of vinyl and press “ok” twice.

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  1. Select “cut” and then press the wrench icon. image from www.dropbox.com

Scroll down to “half cut” and select “on.” Then press “ok,” and “start.”

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  1. Unload the mat and remove the vinyl pieces. image from www.dropbox.com
  2. Weed out the vinyl by carefully removing the negative vinyl pieces. image from www.dropbox.com
  3. Cut a piece of the Grid Transfer sheet down to size and then remove the backing. Place it on top of the apple piece, rub over it with your spatula, and then slowly peel if up off of the backing.

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Carefully place the stem and leaf vinyl piece under the apple and transfer sheet, rub it, and peel it up off of the backing.

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  1. Place it onto the mug. image from www.dropbox.com

Rub over the entire design with your spatula to adhere it to the mug.

Slowly peel off just the grid transfer sheet.

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  1. Press the home button on your ScanNCut to reset the machine.

 

 

Instructions for the muffin flag:

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  1. Place the blue, white, red, and green cardstock onto the standard mat and load it into the ScanNCut.
  2. If you haven’t already downloaded the free cut file, do so, and then load it onto your ScanNCut by pressing “retrieve data” and then choosing where you downloaded it from. image from www.dropbox.com
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  3. Select the designs for the vinyl apple by pressing “edit” and then select icon with the 3 red boxes. image from www.dropbox.com
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Then choose the method to select just part of the designs and crop the apple designs and press “ok.”

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Next press the trash can to delete them.

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  1. Next, press “ok,” then “scan.” image from www.dropbox.com
  2. Drag the patterns onto the correct color of paper and press “ok.” image from www.dropbox.com
  3. Select “cut” and then press the wrench icon. image from www.dropbox.com

Scroll down to “half cut” and select “off.” Then press “ok,” and “start.”

  1. Unload the mat and remove the pieces. image from www.dropbox.com
  2. Assemble the flag by turning the blue flag piece face down. Apply adhesive to one side of it. image from www.dropbox.com

Insert the white part of the flag on top of the glue. image from www.dropbox.com

Apply adhesive to the other portion of the blue flag, place the bamboo stick in the center of the flag and then fold the flag in half over the white piece. image from www.dropbox.com

Adhere the centers of the letters and the apple pieces to the flag, and add embellishment if desired. image from www.dropbox.com

                 

Instructions for the sign:

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  1. Place the various colored cardstock onto the standard mat and load it into the ScanNCut. Screenshot 2019-09-07 12.38.43
  2. Open ScanNCutCanvasWorkspace and click on the “Canvas Project/Pattern Collection” icon. image from www.dropbox.com

In the search bar, type “school” find the “Back to School Card” and select it. image from www.dropbox.com

Click on each section of the card to add it to the mat and then close out that window. image from www.dropbox.com

Select and delete the envelope pattern. image from www.dropbox.com

Arrange each of the pieces by selecting it and dragging it into place, grouping patterns you want to be the same color together in correlation to the papers on the mat. image from www.dropbox.com

In the file menu, select “Transfer FCM file via the internet,” them press “ok.” D3AA7FCE-7B4D-4F43-8390-AC7D88AE7522

  1. Next, on your ScanNCut, press “ok,” then “scan.” image from www.dropbox.com
  2. Select and drag the patterns onto the correct color of paper and press “ok.” image from www.dropbox.com

Use the “zoom” magnifying glass to zoom in. image from www.dropbox.com

  1. Select “cut” then “start.” image from www.dropbox.com
  2. Unload the mat and remove the pieces.

 

  1. Ink the edges of the cut outs and add doodles if desired. And then assemble the sign by first adhering the colored pencils to the tan piece and then adhering the pencil tips. image from www.dropbox.com

 

  1. Next, decide on your word, star, and apple placement and adhere them to the sign. image from www.dropbox.com

Disclosure: Erin is a paid consultant and has received  products from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.

This post contains affiliate links. If you buy from these links it won't cost you a penny more but Erin will make a little bit of money (not enough for a pony😉.)

 

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Non-Traditional Easter Wreath

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This spring project help get your home ready to celebrate and is a different twist on a standard wreath.

 

Supplies:

ScanNCutDX machine and accessories

12” x 12” White Vinyl

3” x 7” White Vinyl

5” x 12” Light Pink Vinyl

5” x 12” Dark Vinyl

Vinyl Transfer Paper

11” Circular Wood Sign

Self-Adhesive Rhinestones

FREE ScanNCut file: Click HERE to download

 

Instructions:

  1. Place the 12” x 12” white vinyl onto a ScanNCutDx mat and load it into the machine. On your ScanNCutDX, press “pattern.”

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Click on the second icon, scroll down to the icon with the donkey and fairy and press it.

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Scroll down and click on the floral wreath (AR-O036)

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Resize it to 10.5” wide

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Select “cut,” and turn the “half cut” setting on by clicking on the wrench and clicking “on.”

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Press “start.” After it’s finished cutting, unload the mat and remove the vinyl

 

 

  1. Download the free ScanNCut file and load the design onto your ScanNCutDX.

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Delete the banner by selecting it, then clicking “edit,” then “delete.” Next, click “ok” three times.

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Place the 3” x 7” white vinyl onto a ScanNCutDx mat and load it into the machine.

Select “cut” then “start.” After it’s finished cutting, unload the mat and remove the vinyl

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  1. Press the home button and reload the downloaded pattern back onto your ScanNCutDX.

            Delete the words by selecting them, then clicking “edit,” then “delete,” and then “ok.”

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Next, click on “object edit” and increase the number of designs to 2.

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Place the 5” x 12” dark pink vinyl and the 5” x 12” light pink vinyl onto a ScanNCutDx mat and load it into the machine. Next, click “ok” three times.

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Click on “scan” and scan in the cutting mat.

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Drag the two banners into the correct placement. Then press “ok.”

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Select “cut” then “start.” After it’s finished cutting, unload the mat and remove the vinyl

 

  1. Weed out all of the vinyl sheets by removing the negative vinyl. For the banners, keep the dark pink for the outline and the light pink for the centers.

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  1. Cut a piece of transfer paper to 11” x 11” and remove the paper backing. Place the sticky transfer tape on top of the floral wreath and use a scrapper or spatula to burnish it onto the vinyl.

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  1. Slowly peel up the transfer tape to remove the vinyl from the backing.

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Place it so the wreath is centered on the wood sign.

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Burnish it again, and then slowly remove the transfer tape.

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  1. Cut the used transfer tape down to 5” x 11” or use a new piece and remove the backing paper. Place the transfer tape down on top of the dark pink outline of the banner.

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Burnish it onto the vinyl and then slowly peel it up.

Without removing the banner outline, place it on top of the light pink banner pieces.

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Burnish it onto the vinyl and then slowly peel it up.

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Place the two layer banner where desired on the wood sign, burnish it and slowly peel off the transfer tape.

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  1. Use the same transfer tape and same steps to transfer “Happy Easter” on top of the banner.

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  1. Place rhinestones in the flower centers.

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Disclosure: Erin is a paid consultant and has received  products from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.

This post contains affiliate links. If you buy from these links it won't cost you a penny more but Erin will make a little bit of money (not enough for a pony😉.)

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Happy Spring Flower Bucket

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Is the winter blahs getting you down? Make way for springtime with this cute piece of home décor.  It could easily take the place of a wreath on your front door or be used inside or outside your home.

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Video on how to create this project: https://youtu.be/CKZCjhpdpNg

 

Supplies:

 

 

Instructions:

  1. Download the free cut file and load it onto your ScanNCut.

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  1. Place your pieces of vinyl onto the Standard Cutting Mat and load it into the machine.

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  1. Press the “scan” button then “start” to scan in the mat.

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  1. Drag each of the letters onto the correct piece of vinyl. Press “ok”

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  1. Select “cut.” Change the settings by clicking on the wrench tool. Turn “on” the Half Cut. Press “ok.”

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  1. Press “start” to begin cutting.

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  1. Unload the mat and remove all the vinyl pieces.

 

  1. Weed the vinyl by removing the negative vinyl pieces from each piece of vinyl.

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  1. Trim a piece of Grid Transfer Paper to approximately 8”x4” and remove the paper backing. Place the Grid Transfer Paper on top of “happy,” use the spatula to rub over

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  1. Slowly peel up the Grid Transfer Paper which lifts the vinyl off of the backing paper.

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  1. Clean the front of the tin pail with an alcohol wipe. Place the vinyl design onto the front of it.

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  1. Use a spatula to rub over the letters again and then slowly peel up the Grid Transfer Paper.

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  1. Arrange the letters for “spring” onto the Grid Transfer Paper. Use the lines to place the letters exactly where you want them. Use the spatula to rub over the vinyl.

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  1. Slowly peel up the Grid Transfer Paper which lifts the vinyl off of the backing papers.

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  1. Place “spring” below “happy.” Use the spatula to rub over the vinyl and then slowly peel it off.

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  1. Fill your tin pail with flowers.

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Disclosure: Erin is a paid consultant and has received  products from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.

This post contains affiliate links. If you buy from these links it won't cost you a penny more but Erin will make a little bit of money (not enough for a pony😉.)

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Awards Show Watch Party!

Award show are upon us…are you having a watch party? Here’ some easy to make pieces that will jazz up your get together and personalize basic party décor. Go from boring to glamours!

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Disclosure: Erin is a paid consultant and has received  products from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.

This post contains affiliate links. If you buy from these links it won't cost you a penny more but Erin will make a little bit of money (not enough for a pony). 


Supplies:
ScanNCutDX Machine and Accessories
Foil Transfer Starter Kit
5 – 6” Tissue Paper Fan
1 Table Frame
1 Ready-Made Party Centerpiece
2 Black Cardstock
2 Gold Glitter Cardstock
2 Silver Glitter Cardstock
1 White Cardstock
Adhesive
Sewing Machine and Accessories
Printer
Washi Tape
Embellishments
Paper Trimmer or Scissors
FREE ScanNCut patterns:

FREE Printable:

 

N0te: Now I used my new ScanNCutDX machine to create all of these, but if you have an older model of ScanNCut you can use the cut files I created on that.

Instructions:
1. Download all the free patterns. To use them, either save them onto a USB drive and insert it into your ScanNCutDX or open them in CanvasWorkspace and use the ScanNCut Transfer feature to send it to your computer wirelessly.

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2. Cut out the “party stars and circles” patterns from the free downloads by placing the gold cardstock onto the standard mat and insert it into the machine.
Load the “party stars and circles” pattern onto your ScanNCut following the instructions in step 1, then click on “ok” and then select “cut” and “start.”

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3. Cut out the “party circles” patterns from the free downloads by placing the gold cardstock onto the standard mat and insert it into the machine.
Load the “party circles” pattern onto your ScanNCut, following the instructions in step 1, then click on “ok” and then select “cut” and “start.” Repeat using 1 silver and 1 black piece of cardstock.

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4. Assemble the ready-made tissue paper fans and then adhere a large gold star to the center of each fan.

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5. At your sewing machine, sew down the center of one of the circles, sew off the edge a few stitches and then threw another circle…repeating until you have a chain of circles.

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6. Cut out the “party foil centerpiece” pattern from the free downloads by placing the black cardstock onto the standard mat and insert it into the machine.
Load the pattern onto your ScanNCutDX and then select the scroll pattern and delete it.

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Then cut out the shape by clicking on “ok” and then select “cut” and “start.” Do not remove the cardstock once cut.


7. Open up the Foil Transfer Starter Kit. Place the glue pen into the holder and insert it into the machine.
Select “Foil1 (Glue),” follow the instructions on the screen and press start. Remove the glue pen and re-cap it.
Allow to dry.

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Select “Foil2 (Foil).” Follow the instructions on the screen. Place the pressing tool into the holder and insert it into the machine. Place the gold foil sheet, gold side up on top of the dried glue.

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Place the blue protective sheet over the foil and use Washi tape to hold it in place. Press start.
Once it’s finished unload the mat and remove the foil and protection sheet and brush off any gold debris.

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8. Adhere it to the centerpiece.

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9. On your ScanNCutDX click on “patterns” then choose the words category.

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Click on the word “party,” resize it to 3.5” wide and 1.04” high, and add it to the mat.

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Place a sheet of silver cardstock on the standard mat and cut it out.
10. Print the “party hashtag” printable on white cardstock.

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Place the printed paper onto the low tack mat and insert it into the machine.

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Load the “party hashtag” pattern onto your ScanNCutDX. Press the “scan” icon and “start” to scan in the page.

Click on “edit” then use the nudge arrows to line up the pattern with the scanned image.

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Use the Zoom icon to help enlarge the image in order to see it better.

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When it’s lined up, press “ok”
11. Select “Foil1 (Glue),” follow the instructions on the screen and press start. When finished, remove the glue pen and re-cap it.

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Allow to dry completely.
Select “Foil2 (Foil).” Follow the instructions on the screen. Place the pressing tool into the holder and insert it into the machine. Place the gold foil sheet, gold side up on top of the dried glue.

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Place the blue protective sheet over the foil and use Washi tape to hold it in place. Press start.

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Once it’s finished unload the mat and remove the foil and protection sheet and brush off any gold debris.

12. Trim down the party hashtag sign to 4” x 6” and insert it into the frame.

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Enjoy the party!

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Disclosure: Erin is a paid consultant and has received  products from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.

This post contains affiliate links. If you buy from these links it won't cost you a penny more but Erin will make a little bit of money (not enough for a pony😉.)

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DIY Reindeer Antlers

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Tis the season for fun and whimsy! These antlers are fun to make since you can dress them up and embellish them any way you want. I can just picture someone making personalized ones for their whole family and then taking family photos for holiday cards…too cute!

Supplies:
ScanNCutDX machine and accessories
ScanNCut Brayer
Craft Felt: 4 dark brown, 1 light brown, 1 white, 1 red, 1 green
Hot Glue Gun and Glue
Embroidery Thread
• Embellishments
• FREE Cut file: https://www.erinbassett.com/Freebies/Cut_Files/Antlers.fcm


Instructions:
Note: In the instructional video that accompanies this project I show how I create my own designs on my tablet and then turn them into ScanNCut files. You can download the finished ScanNCut file for free here: https://www.erinbassett.com/Freebies/Cut_Files/Antlers.fcm and then skip down to step 3.

You can also watch a video of how to create this project here: https://youtu.be/AfJ4x3Q7niQ

  1. On your tablet in a drawing app, create a design and save it as a .jpg Antler

    2. Open ScanNCut Canvas Workspace (https://canvasworkspace.brother.com) click on the main menu and select “project,” 2
    then click on the “image tracing” icon. 3

     Select “normal tracing.”
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Choose the .jpg file you created and click “ok”
Make any adjustments if needed.
To save it, or transfer it to your ScanNCut machine: click the main menu button, select “download” and then choose “ScanNCut Transfer,” then “close.”
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3. On a Standard Cutting Mat, adhere your felt using the brayer.
Place the mat between the guides and on your ScanNCut click the “load” button.
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4. Click on “retrieve data” then choose the WiFi icon.
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5. Make any adjustments, such as deleting the patterns you are not cutting at this time.
You will need to cut the 4 antlers out using the dark brown felt, the large ear pieces on the light brown felt, the smaller ear pieces on white felt, the bow and holly berries on red felt and the holly leaves on green felt.
To delete patterns: click on “edit” and select the pattern you want to delete. Next click on the trash icon to delete it.
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6. To make sure your patterns are arranged properly to cut on the felt click the “scan mat” icon, then “start.”
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and then click on “edit” then “Object edit” to make any necessary changes.
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To resize: click the “resize” icon and then click the + or – buttons.17To rotate: click the “rotate” icon and then choose how you want to rotate it.16


When finished editing, click “ok” in all the screens and then select “cut.” Make sure the auto-blade is inserted into the blade holder.
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7. When finished cutting, unload the mat and remove the felt pieces.
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8. To get the pattern for the bow: in CanvasWorkspace, click on the “filter” icon, type in “bow” and select “all categories.” Click on the bow project and then click on the “edit in CanvasWorkspace” icon.

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9. Select the butterfly type pattern and delete it.
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Select the bow, left click and choose “ungroup” and then click on the bow and drag it to a new location on the mat. The perforation marks should be left behind. Select all of them and delete them.
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Send the bow pattern to the ScanNCut using ScanNCut Transfer.
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10. Cut out the bow.
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11. To get the pattern for the holly berries: go into “patterns” on the ScanNCut machine.
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Choose the layered patterns icon, then choose the holiday icon.
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Next choose the holly berries,
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change the size if desired,
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then select the “d” pattern and click “set” to add it to the mat. Next select “add” and select “e” and click “set to add it to the mat.
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Send the patterns to the ScanNCut using ScanNCut Transfer.
Apply red felt to the cutting mat, insert it into the machine and cut the berries out.
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12. To get the pattern for the leaves: delete the berries and then choose “add” and select each of the leaves, “set” them on the mat, and then cut them out. 40

 

To assemble the antler headband:
13. For the antlers…
Add embroidery stitches to desired pieces of felt.
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Using hot glue, glue the edges of each of the front and back antlers together leaving a large area open.
46E0EEDE-C808-4ADD-B285-8B40FC7FDB5EStuff the inside of each antler and then continue to glue all the edges closed except for the bottom edge
Apply hot glue to the inside bottom edge and then adhere it to the headband. Repeat for other antler.


14. For the ears…
Apply a small amount of hot glue to the backside of the white ear and adhere it to the center of the light brown ear.
Apply hot glue to the left bottom corner of the ear and fold it to the bottom middle of the ear. Apply hot glue to the right bottom corner of the ear and fold it to the bottom middle of the ear.
Apply hot glue to the bottom edge of the ear, fold it backwards and adhere it to the headband, repeat steps for the other ear.
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15. For the bow…
Apply hot glue to each of the side tabs and then fold them in so the tabs adhere in the center.
Wrap the long tab around the center of the bow and use hot glue to adhere it in place. Adhere it to the headband.
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16. For the leaves…
Apply a small amount of hot glue to the tip along the center cut overlap the piece on the other side of the cut line. Repeat for the remaining leaves. Embroider leaves if desired and adhere them to the headband.
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17. Use hot glue to add any other embellishments to the headband.

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Disclosure: Erin is a paid consultant and has received  products from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.

This post contains affiliate links. If you buy from these links it won't cost you a penny more but Erin will make a little bit of money (not enough for a pony😉.)

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