disclaimer: I am a paid consultant for Brother, but all ideas and opinions are my own
If you’re a regular here then you know – I’m struggling with limits lately! One idea I had was to see if the ScanNCut 2 new Universal Pen Holder could create some handwritten “thank yous” for me to add to my cards. The answer? YES! I’m definitely going to be playing more with this idea and seeing what else I can do. Love that this machine has been SO helpful to me as my use of right hand has been so limited (injury).
If you want to see how the pen tool works and how I did this, You can check out my video tutorial here.
I’ve always loved my ScanNCut, but now that I’m needing to do less with my hands and get more help, I’m REALLY loving all it does and offers me!
If you think you’ve seen those layered hearts before – you have! Those are from my video just a few days ago! I’m really obsessing on layered homemade embellishments and love all the uses for them.
5 thoughts on “ScanNCut: Handwriting with pen tool!”
Really cool. Cute handwriting, too. Michelle t
That is amazing, may! I can definitely see how you could use that tool. I love that heart!
I’m so glad your Scan n Cut can come to the rescue! that is such a great feature to have a universal pen holder . Your handwriting looks great!
Hi there, I saw what you posted on Shimelle.com and I was inspired to tear paper. lol I hadnt torn paper in so long. I went through some of my scraps and had a good time tearing and layering. I added velum, foil, lace, even a bit of cheesecloth, and glitter papers and wow. It can be anythng.. even wall art. I have my samples posted on my facebook page where I gave you credit. Lana steele-bisson
Wow may, I didnt know it did that. Ive been looking at getting one of those for a while. I love the pen feature. my friend told me I had to get the higher priced scan and cut because some of them at the 300 range dont come wtih everything. IM so confused about this part.
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