Thursday, August 29, 2013

brother scan and cut


I am super excited to reveal a secret project that I have been involved with! 

Brother International is releasing a brand new cutting machine in October and it is called the Scan N Cut. It is the first all in one cutting machine with a 300 dpi built-in-scanner  and I've been having TONS of fun playing with it! I have been scanning in my doodles, cutting them out and using them in all kinds of projects!


If you would like to get the latest details, sign up for the Scan N Cut mailing list HERE. And stay tuned because VERY soon I will be sharing some really fun tutorials!

13 comments:

  1. Wow, how exciting!!! Your work is gorgeous by the way :-)

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  2. I saw this one while looking through a magazine I thought about if you could use your own pattern. Thanks for the tip! This will be a wonderful addition to the craft room!
    Hugs,
    Loretta

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  3. Nice machine for those who like scrapbooking ! My mom would loooove this idea ! Tnx for the tutorial coming.

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  4. Okay, that looks really cool!!!

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  5. Wow, looks like a great addition to not only the sewing room but for crafting as well!
    Deb

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  6. ooooooh! Does it cut fabric by any chance?

    Bet you're having loads of fun!

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  7. I have a friend who was lucky enough to see this new machine demonstrated at a Brother convention last month. I can't wait until it's available to purchase, especially since I now know that you're involved :)

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  8. I already signed up for notification when it is available. Thia sounds so exciting. Looking forward to your tutorials! CeCe

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  9. Amy C3:57 PM

    I also would like to know if it cuts fabric, that would be awesome

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  10. Anonymous1:19 PM

    YES!! I did see the demo yesterday, not only does it cut regular quilt fabric, it cuts wool fabric! They said that you are supposed to be able to use SVG files so I am hoping that is true. You can get SVG files by the thousands online. You can also convert to SVG, any of the thousands of fonts online with a $58 software called Make the Cut (not affiliated!)I have it and love it and use it. This is going to be one great machine if they use SVG files!!

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  11. Hi Alisa, I just got m scan and cut and i am wondering what number on the cutter you use for cutting paper and cardstock...and have you tried cutting acetate at all?? the recommended is 3 but I nearly cut through my mat.....and are you having trouble with the tackiness of the standard mat?? My cardstock is almost sticking to it
    Any info you have found while using it would be amazing ....it is such a great machine and is going to save me a lot of time:)
    Thanks sarah

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