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I’ve got some serious plans for this cute little fox. The thing is, her journey began as a much bigger fox and one that I had to die cut multiple times to get all the pieces as well as hand cutting some pieces myself. Kind of a pain! If only I had a machine that I could scan the fox into so I could re-size it and skip all the hand cutting and multiple runs through the hand cranked die cut system…
Oh wait, ScanNCut2 to the rescue!! Note that this should work on ANY model of ScanNCut – so check it out!
Here is a link to my YouTube video showing the exact how-to. You could do this with any papers, and in any sizes as well.
I just love how these little guys turned out! What happens when you enlarge a die? I’ll be showing you that in about a week!
2 thoughts on “Foxy paper clip: resizing images with ScanNCut2”
Oh, that’s cute ! Adorable really. Hope your Christmas prep is coming along, and wishing you a wonderful, joyous week. Michelle t
Just love your cute little foxes May. I really like the paper clip!
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