I have happily been crafting away with my fellow brand ambassadors for Brother! It’s always lovely to see Erin & Julie, but especially fun when we’ve got the good folks at Brother that we normally only email with too!
As usual – disclaimer that I am a paid consultant for Brother but all ideas & opinions are my own.
I always learn new tricks and tips from the others here – which is awesome! I’ll be sure to share in videos over the coming weeks/months ahead. At the show Brother featured the new ScanNCutDX, the new roll feeder attachment (you can see me with that above) that can be purchased to attach to the DX and cut rolls of vinyl, sewing machines, and the PTouch.
Above you see Julie & Erin working on the back of the booth – the day before the show started we all pitched in to make the booth extra pretty!
I created a quick video explaining briefly the roll feeder as well as showing you around the booth. You can see it on YouTube here.
I am really happy to have had this opportunity to learn from others as well as share my ideas with those wanting to learn about the ScanNCut DX. The new machine really does blow me away every time I use it! Stay tuned for more about that – as well as more Creativation show coverage over the next week as soon as I get home and can start loading photos and gathering more of my thoughts.
4 thoughts on “Brother ScanNCut at Creativation”
Thanks May! I would love to have been there! I actually took a class this weekend on cutting vinyl and applying it to tee shirts! I can’t wait for my roll feeder to arrive. I ordered it a couple months ago. Thanks for sharing. I can’t wait to hear more about Creativation and Brother!
that new attachment is so cool!! Love that Mickey sewing machine! And those p-touch products look like a lot of fun too!
May, please tell the powers that be at Brother, create a roller attachment for the ScanNcut2. Please!!
Sorry to tell you that I doubt that is possible as the DX was designed to allow this new add-on (physical features and software) and I don’t believe there is a way to make a 2 work, or they would!
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