Two ScanNCut Technique Videos
July 05, 2016
Hey you guys! I'll be on HSN tomorrow (July 6, 2016) during the 7am, 2pm, and 6pm hours.
Let's not discuss what's going on with my hair in that photo. Hopefully there will be better hair tomorrow! ;)
If you've never watched HSN before, I have about 20 minutes during each of those hours (7am, 2pm, and 6pm) to show off some projects as well as ScanNCut tips and techniques. I never know quite where I'm going to be in the hour. So you may not see me when you first tune in, but I will show up at some point. ;)
You can watch live on your TV or stream it on HSN.com.
Now, onto today's post: I'm answering two very common ScanNCut questions in today's duo of videos.
First up, how do you turn a photo into a cut file?
A copy machine and some tracing paper is the answer!
Watch the video for the how-to:
To learn more about heat apply material, you can watch this apron project video.
Next up, how do you leave a cut partially embedded as in these butterfly wings?
The answer is in ScanNCut Canvas! Watch the video for the how-to:
Thanks for stopping by!
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