Brother Blogger Bash!

** Give-away now closed. Congrats to LynneR!  **

Today I am so excited because not only do I have some ScanNCut projects fresh off my table to share with you, but I also have a give-away! As I always share I do work with Brother with the ScanNCut, something I simply love doing! (official disclaimer as always – I am a paid consultant for Brother, but all ideas and opinions shared on this blog are my own) The lovely ladies I work with at Brother reached out to me about doing a particular product feature and a give-away as a part of a “Brother Blogger Bash” that they are doing. Please read on to get more information about that, and of course check out the project I’ve created with the stamp material!


The stamp material Brother offers for the ScanNCut is a really fun accessory to play with because it allows me not only to make my own custom stamps, but once cut I can utilize those stamps 5, 10, 100 times. However much I like! I’ve done several videos in the past, here are two:

SNC stamp material

Stencil with leftover stamp material

and here is my new tutorial, where I will share how I created my own floral stamp design, cut it out, and even cut out some paper accents to really amp up the texture and fun on this holiday tag.

link to YouTube


I love that the colors and theme are holiday – but with a more playful flower element! I have a few tips to share with you when making your own stamps:

  1. Consider how the stamp will be to work with once cut out. For example, I enjoy single stamps vs lots of small parts so a flower like the one I am showing here works well for me.
  2. If for some reason you lose or throw away the plastic covering that must be over the top of the stamp material: soft plastic like a sandwich or freezer bag works wonderfully. How do I know? Well let’s just say a dog ate mine and I had to get creative! No way was I going to waste stamp material!
  3. Take a ruler to your projects past. Consider what a good usable size would be and what size would work most often when cutting a stamp. I get tempted to go big – but stamps around 1-2″ get the most use here.
  4. The pigment ink pads (usually the ‘spongy’ style ones) work the best with this stamp material. I also enjoy paints with them though that can get messy and fast!


I hope you’ve enjoyed this in-depth look at the Brother ScanNCut stamp material. It is available online as well as in stores such as Brother retailers. Today I am giving away an Acrylic block set, the stamp starter kit, and a deep cut blade and holder so one of you lovely readers can get creating your own stamps with your ScanNCut!

** Give-away now closed. Congrats to LynneR!  **


This give-away will remain open through 11/17, and on 11/18 I will use to pick a random comment # and that will be our winner! I will notify the winner via email, as well as updating this post to include the information. Thank you SO much to Brother for providing this generous give-away! I hope that you’ve enjoyed this video tutorial – and that you stay tuned. I have a whole week of ScanNCut projects and ideas to help jump start holiday crafting lined up for you.

139 thoughts on “Brother Blogger Bash!”

  1. hi may,
    just wanted to say your tag is very cool. I loved your flower stamp and your shaker tins. You have some cool ideas.

    Happy Monday,


  3. Just purchased my scan and cut. I Am so excited to start using it and learning about the stamp option.

  4. This is a neat project, which, if the “Joy” was removable, could be re-used thru the year. Thanks for the step-by-step.

  5. Love the stamp material. Like you said you can have what you want right away. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Am new to Scan-n- cut so learned alot from this tutorial. would like to learn more about working with the stamp material. Hope to win the giveaway so I can get started

  7. thank you for an excellent tutorial. I have never used my SNC to stamp, but i would like to try.

  8. I don’t own the stamp kit but this tutorial looks very interesting and something I may have to try.

  9. This is really cool! I never thought about creating stamps with my scan n cut! Would love to win to have so e new toys to play with! Thank you.

  10. Very nice idea, I’ve just started using the sNC and thought I’d never use the stamps….very inspiring!

  11. Cool idea, thought I’d never use the stamps with the scan n cut, now I’ve been inspired!

  12. I have been a “stamper” for many years and did not realize I could cut my own stamps with my Scan n cut. I can’t wait to try this.

  13. Love everything the scan’ncut can do! Like your ideas very much. Got to go to my first show in Baton Rouge this past week and was thrilled to use the new machine. Keep up the ideas and maybe I’ll get to do them someday . Thank you for the tutorial.

  14. Thank you for the tutorial, ideas and the chance to win the stamp creating products. I’d love to win and try making some of my own stamps with ScannCut.

  15. What a great project! I have been rubber stamping for 26 years and am intrigued by new forms of the craft. I’d love to have a chance to win this.

  16. I love my scan n cut. Didn’t know you could do stamps with it! I have made stamps with the cricut so I am super excited to know I can use the scan n cut! Fun project!

  17. I would love to own a scan n cut….my mind is all a tingle with all the things I could make for homeschooling to much easier and fun for me and my girls, especially all the stamps. I loved your cute reindeers how cute!

  18. this is great! So many really nice ideas and inspirations to use my Scan n cut 2! Can’t wait to try them!!!

  19. Great information. My daughter in law is getting a ScanNcut for Christmas and this email will be awesome to forward to her after Christmas. Thank you.

  20. creating your own stamp is amazing! i’m still blown away at what the scan-n-cut can do! I can’t wait to try this!!!

  21. Great ideas! I love the ornaments. Your blog inspires me to try new things. Thank you for the inspiration.

  22. Pretty cards, I want to make them too! Im just starting out so this would be a great addition

  23. I just recently got a SnC and I haven’t even thought about trying DIY stamps yet. I have a couple of fabric stamping projects on my “someday” list.. maybe I need to start really thinking about doing this! 🙂

  24. Love your creativity. Thanks so much for the tutorial and the opportunity to win this amazing kit. Keep the awesome ideas coming.

  25. I Walt planning on playing with stamps with the Scan n Cut…..but this may have changed my mind

  26. Love this, had no idea my machine could do all that!! I guess I better get busy watching some videos!!

  27. Good tips on stored extra stamp material and how to store the ones cut. I see the material is really thin is that a good thing. Thanks for the chance to win.

  28. this is really cool! I need to go check your other 2 videos (I’ve bookmarked this page). thinking this is something I really need to try-looks like so much fun!

  29. I ‘m still new to my scan n cut 2, love the tag! Iam a kidney cancer survivor, my husband bought this for as he sat and waited for me to come out surgery I have alot to learn thanks for sharing!

  30. That tutorial was great! Now you have everyone’s interest piqued to start on holiday gift ideas. I just took a card making class the week before & it would certainly be fun to win this giveaway so I can get my holiday projects moving and start doing projects such as this one. Thanks for taking the time to show this demo

  31. Awesome tutorials! I am a huge stamper and would so love to have the Snc stamp kit! And I don’t have the deep cut blade yet either, so I”m very excited at the chance to win, thank you so much!

  32. As a card maker and quilter, I found that my Scan n Cut is a necessary tool. I’ve had difficulty making stamps but after reading your blog, I want to try again. Thank you.

  33. I absolutely love my Scanncut! Im on a budget and would love the accessories but can’t get them! This would be great!!! I love stamping and I love the project!! Thank you for the opportunity!! I love your tutorials!

  34. I really would love to win this. I could turn my grand kids cute little drawings into stamps I can use on their scrap book pages. I love your blog May it really helps us new to the scanNcut to figure out how to use all the cool features. Thank you for making these videos they are very helpful.

  35. This was a great tutorial, thank you. I would love to win. I love making things with my brother Scan and cut.

  36. THANK YOU!!! I am so new just like a baby crawling.. having wonderful people like you that post step by step makes learning so much easier.

  37. I have been thinking about getting the add ons fr my Scan N cut. Now they are definitely on my wish list! Love this project!

  38. I really need to learn what my snc can do! thanks for the video showing how to make stamps that is such a cool feature I can do with my grandbabies!

  39. Love my Scanncut! The stamping materials, and a number of other accessories make up most of my Christmas list! Thanks for the great tutorials!

  40. Thanks May, Great video,,, great giveaway. I LOVE when you do videos on the scan n cut , I have learned so much from you and I appreciate that so much you really know how to do the videos so us new to the scan n cut can understand unlike all those other videos out there on youtube.

  41. Hi, I’ve never done stamping before, but the card is very clever and I want to get more comfortable with my scan n cut. The video is a great help, thanks.

  42. This looks awesome. Im new at this and everything I can learn and the products I can get are very helpful. Thank you for the opportunity.

  43. Yay! I’m so tickled to have found your blog today … not to mention the blog giveaway! Thank you for sharing super insight on the fabby Scan ‘n cut 2!

  44. Wow, I like the possibilities offered by my scanncut, thanks for the explanations you give us and for your creativity! To make my stamps is my dream! I love all that my machine allows!

  45. That is so fun! congrats to the lucky winner!

    another thing for my wish list is the stamp material!! I love that you drew such a cute flower and then made it into a stamp!

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