Looking back: ScanNCut favorites

As I sit and plan new creative projects for 2017, I couldn’t help but take a stroll down past videos and blog posts for inspiration. Sometimes ideas or things you’d want to revisit can get forgotten! So today, I want to share some of my favorite ScanNCut projects that I’ve created in the past. As a paid consultant for Brother, I create a lot of things with the ScanNCut and I always enjoy new creative challenges.

Don’t have a ScanNCut but thinking about it? Let’s begin here with my post that gives my thoughts on “Is the ScanNCut for me?

One of my all time favorite projects and realizations was that I could create whole scenes of stamping (using masks cut from scanNcut!) and then cut the whole thing out. I just love this – and if you’d like to see the how-to you can check out this “fairy simple” post.

Of the accessories available, my favorite has to be the iron-on material. I just love the glitter and sparkle! At great timing for St. Patty’s Day, here is a favorite of mine Lucky Tote bag that features both the iron-on glitter material and the rhinestones that iron-on! I love a good fabric project that doesn’t require sewing!

Cupcakes to succulents and hostess gifts too, I want to dress up my gifts and treats more this year. This decorative Picks post shows how simple it is, and reminds me that I should probably make a few to have ready to go!

Speaking of love, one of my goals this year is to try more layered detailed designs. This Love cut-out card reminds me how much fun that can be.

Coloring watercolor paper and adding sparkle & fun? One of my more popular past projects is this detail cut + watercolored card.

Finally today, I want to share a bird ornament that I created with the ScanNCut. I want to get into more fabric + felt + embellishment projects and I recently checked this project back out to recall the details and remember what works.

If you couldn’t tell by now – I sure do have a whole lot of fun with my ScanNCut! I hope you found a new idea to inspire you creatively in this post, and I wish you a most wonderful week!

Wild or simple, complex or quick – enjoy some happy crafting today!!

3 thoughts on “Looking back: ScanNCut favorites”

  1. Fun parade of oldies but goodies. I don’t remember the fancy bird card – makes me want to fire up my machine and make something!

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