Foxy paper clip: resizing images with ScanNCut2

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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…

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Oh wait, ScanNCut2 to the rescue!! Note that this should work on ANY model of ScanNCut – so check it out!

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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.

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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”

  1. Oh, that’s cute ! Adorable really. Hope your Christmas prep is coming along, and wishing you a wonderful, joyous week. Michelle t

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