There was something extra special about the Brother™ booth at the Craft & Hobby show this year when we went to visit. As you know, the Brother ScanNCut electronic cutting machine debuted last year at CHA…it is the first machine that scans images and cuts as well.
One of their displays was a Spring Garden Party ‘tablescape’….designed by me 🙂
I designed and cut this tablecloth and napkins with Kelly Panacci’s new fabric from Riley Blake Designs Ltd. The butterflies are iron-on material from Brother. There is a wide assortment of colours and types of heat-applied materials, such as glitter and holographic.
The white doily is cut from vinyl and applied to a clear plastic plate. The placemats, napkin rings, gift boxes and butterfly garland are all cut from Bazzill cardstock. Can you see that daisy name sticker on the pink gift box? The ScanNCut also has sticker kits available.
There is a new rhinestone kit too, for those of you who like sparkle and bling!
The ScanNCut can cut an incredible variety of materials, which was being demo’ed at the booth.
All the projects on display showed the versatility of this fabulous machine!
Everything from scrapbooking to fabric and sewing…
Applique and quilting are so easy with the ScanNCut. And the designs can be very intricate for all materials, too.
With all the different heat-applied materials, the iron-on transfers can be so much fun! Using the online free software or the ScanNCut library in the machine, you can design anything at all and cut it out, then iron it on!
Brother has also released 4 new collections of cut files for both quilters and paper crafters.
After touring through this booth, you can see that the Brother ScanNCut can make your creative ideas come to life!