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.
Today I’m on my ScanNCut playing. Making shapes and experimenting with what does (and doesn’t) cut from the machine. Of course when experimenting I always try and actually make something! In this case a watercolored card is what turned up!
What I’m super into right now are projects like this that can be done with color mediums + cardstock. Something SO satisfying about starting with no pre-made embellishments or dies and just dreaming up the whole thing! I really like the layered look that I got with coloring some pieces and all the detail. Oh yes – and that “love” is just my handwriting cut on pink cardstock thanks to the ScanNCut.
What crafty projects are you into lately?
4 thoughts on “ScanNCut card: Love those cut-outs!”
So cute. Great card. It’s neat to have your own handwriting die cut like that. I’m just working on layouts, trying to start my “December Stories” album (yeah), and a little art journal, here are and there. Have a great weekend. Michelle t
so cute, May! I wasn’t even thinking that you made everything except the sequins. The layering and coloring are divine.
So pretty. Great colours
I have owned cutting machines for a few years now but never thought of doing something like this. Just got a ScanNCut a couple of months back and love it. Still learning how to do things and have found your tutorials very helpful. Thanks!
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