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Perhaps the booth with the most “buzz” at CHA was the Brother™ ScanNCut.  Being the newest electronic cutting machine in the industry has earned the Brother ScanNCut a spot in the Hot Top 20 followed by a first place award!

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The ScanNCut is a revolutionary new home and hobby cutting machine with the convenience of a 300 DPI built-in scanner and can be used with or without a computer.  The creative possibilities for crafters are endless!

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You can cut a variety of material, from fabric to plastic and of course paper. Quilters also love this machine!

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You can cut very intricate designs easily.

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There were lots of great demo’s happening throughout the show.

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For those of you who enjoy using original drawings and art or lettering, you can scan and cut your own personal designs:

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You can also scan and cut stamped images.

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A fun application is to cut out designs from iron-on transfer for t-shirts or use shapes as appliqué :

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Crafters can cut elements to use on layouts, cards or home decor projects:

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The versatility of the ScanNCut is fabulous!

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To learn more about the Brother™ ScanNCut, click HERE to visit their website and see video tutorials as well as project ideas.

Also watch for our upcoming webisodes that will feature the ScanNCut for paper crafting!

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  1. Debbie Robinson Reply

    Omg this would be awesome but I can’t imagine what it costs!!!

  2. that looks real cool is that a new machine or done with the cricut

  3. Kate Simpson Reply

    I’ve checked this out and it costs approximately $550. It could save money in the long run though because you can scan and cut almost any image…..no need to buy cartridges any more. Lol

  4. Robin Mowat Reply

    If my Gypsy dies this will be on my list as the #1 replacement.