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Kerry Engel is on our latest Web Show designing STUNNING acetate and alcohol ink embellishments that are a SHOW STOPPER. At the heart of Kerry’s designs is her favourite cutting tool –   the Brother ScanNCut! Kerry was able to cut out intricate designs on a piece of acetate with her Brother ScanNCut and then coloured them using vibrant alcohol inks. WOWZERS. The results are STUNNING! For this particular project Kerry used a botanical cut file from Brother ScanNCut to create all this beautiful foliage. Watch Kerry’s process video from start to finish! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elvqrDNvxTU Here is a look at one of the projects Kerry designed using her customized acetate-alcohol ink embellishments. For a complete supply list visit the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Video Library – CLICK HERE Happy Tuesday  everyone! Join our Village of Inspired People *Monthly Zoom Crops *Live Demos *Printable Step by Step Photo  PDF’s *AND SO MUCH MORE! CLICK…

Did you download  this months FREE cut file designed by Creative Geek Design (CLICK HERE to download). Kerry Engel used her Brother ScanNCut to cut out this fabulous design! Here is the entire set that Kerry designed. Kerry used Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock, Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide inks, Therm O Web iCraft Adhesive, Wild Whisper sequins and Bazzill Basics Paper cardstock. Be sure to download your FREE file today and share your designs with us! We would love to see them! Happy Tuesday friends!  

Hello festive crafty friends! Tracy McLennon here and today I have a holiday themed layout to share featuring a fabulous cut file designed by Creative Geek Design (CLICK HERE to download). Along with my Brother ScanNCut! AND the Simple Stories Simple Vintage North Pole Collection. I love how this fun layout turned out! First I created a simple layered background using patterned paper, grey and white cardstock. I then converted my cut file for my Brother ScanNCut and cut it at about 11” from white cardstock. I used patterned paper, kraft cardstock and Luxe Gold Cardstock to fill the sections of the cut file. Then adhered all of the pieces using the Dual Tip Glue Pen. Adhere the wreath to the layered background. Then mat the 4×6 photo in white cardstock and add gold photo corners. Cut a couple of smaller pieces of coordinating patterned paper. Adhere these 3 pieces…

I know I have said this before – and I am just going to keep saying it again and again – the ability to scan a ton of images and then cut them out with a border the size you want or no border at all – IS A GAME CHANGER! GOODBYE fussy cutting I say! And that is exactly my favourite element of the Brother ScanNCut! Check out this card that Kerry Engel put together. All those little people and houses were created using these stamp sets by Therm O Web Laura Kelly. Kerry stamped these images on a piece of cardstock, scanned them into her Brother ScanNCut. Then cut them all out! You can change the sizes of the images once they are scanned. You can cut them out with a border or with no border.   You can cut out WAY more than you need and have them…

One of my FAVOURITE features out of the TONS of features the Brother ScanNCut offers their users, is the obvious one – Scanning and Cutting! This is a GAME CHANGER! Good bye fussy cutting, hello even borders of the size you choose! LA LA LA LOVE IT!  Kerry used her Brother ScanNCut to  cut  out an element from a piece of Simple Stories patterned paper. It took minutes and the results are pure perfection. Watch Kerry’s process video from start to finish! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urE90yelzMo For a complete supply list visit the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Video Library – CLICK HERE Happy Saturday everyone!

One cut file, one Brother ScanNCut = THREE gorgeous card designs! Kerry used her Brother ScanNCut to cut out the “Happy Everything” cut file sentiment! Watch Kerry’s process video from start to finish! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Du19W7wOY1I For a complete supply list visit the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Video Library – CLICK HERE Happy Saturday everyone!

YES – you read that correctly.  Kerry Engel has taken a sheet of patterned paper and turned it into a stencil! See that fuzzy pink flocking in the background of Kerry’s card?  She created that look using a piece of patterned paper, that she turned into a stencil and then added flocking using her homemade stencil. WOWZERS! Kerry used her Brother ScanNCut to scan the patterned paper and then to cut it out on a transparency to create a stencil. This technique opens up THOUSANDS of crafting possibilities! At least! LOL! Watch Kerry’s process video from start to finish! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hq7QMMCad4U For a complete supply list visit the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Video Library – CLICK HERE Happy Friday everyone!

Kerry Engel was very busy in her workshop designing Peek-A-Boo cards just before Christmas! Although her cards have a Christmas theme the variations on this design are endless! The Brother ScanNCut’s ability to scan stamped images and then fussy cut them out is FANTASTIC making the options for your PEEK-A-BOO card unlimited. Stamp your favourite stamp – scan the image – and cut the image! BOOM! It’s that simple! Grab a coffee and watch Kerry design her card from start to finish! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYO2xDVlYyw Enjoy

Hello crafty friends! Tracy here and today I have a pretty little layout to share and a card I also created using some leftover bits and pieces featuring Echo Park Paper Co. Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L AND the Brother ScanNCut SDX125Here are all of the details. The first step was to create my simple layered background. White cardstock 10.5×10.5, yellow cardstock 11×11 and the pink plaid is the full 12×12. I cropped the photo to 4×4 and matted it in white cardstock, and added Creative Photo Corners White. Then cut 2 patterned mats that I distressed the edges on. Adhere these layers together. Add the matted photo and a couple of strips of patterned paper to the left-hand side of the layout using the E-Z Runner Grand and Crafty Foam Tape. I then added a few cardstock sticker embellishments around the layout, including the title in the bottom right-hand corner.…

Hello everyone! Kerry Engel here today on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Blog! I’ve been looking at stamps differently lately. I like to see if there are ways that I can deconstruct the different design elements so that I can cut it apart and create layers.  The Beauty and Song stamp by Picket Fence Studios is a stamp that has a lot of opportunities to go a bit crazy with layers. Here’s how I put this one together.  Step 1. Stamp the image on cardstock and use the Brother ScanNCut to precisely cut the stamped image from the cardstock. TIP: This stamp has some open ends. The Brother ScanNCut scans the outside edge and requires a black edge.  The opened-ended leaves on this stamp needed to be closed in. The Brother ScanNCut did an amazing job of cutting out this complex stamp. I was suitably impressed with how it cut perfectly…

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