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Brother ScanNCut Project - Creating Happy Spring Cards

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10 Lessons (1h 13m)
    • 1. 01 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards

    • 2. 02 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards

    • 3. 03 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards

    • 4. 04 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards

    • 5. 05 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards

    • 6. 06 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards

    • 7. 07 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards

    • 8. 08 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards

    • 9. 09 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards

    • 10. 10 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards

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In this class, you will create two Happy Spring cards. Each card has multiple layers which you will cut out with the help of your Brother ScanNCut. Through the class tutorials, you will gain a better understanding of how to use the built in shapes and patters and how to scan and cut stamped images. The Brother Scan and Cut allows you to mass produce cards and creates just the right size mats and layers you need to embellish your cards. You will also learn how to stamp and color images as well as how to plan and assemble your card projects. Finally, you will see many projects created using other stamped images so that you will be inspired to take your crafting skills to the next level. 

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Hello, my name is Kimberly Smith, The Papered Chef. I love sharing paper crafting recipes with the world though my YouTube Channel ( and Blog ( I'm a paper crafter specializing in using the Brother ScanNCut, card making, 3D craft fair items and stamping techniques. I teach crafting courses and workshops to adults and children. I'm a Stampin' Up! demonstrator ( and share my love of crafting with my customers. I help my community of followers take their crafting skills to the next level though step-by-step inspirational projects. That is what I aim to do through these project. I hope you enjoy my first round of project based classes on SkillShare. They teach you card making ski... See full profile

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1. 01 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards: Hello, crafty friends. And welcome to my brother. Scanning cut course. Creating happy spring cards in this video, I'd like to introduce you to the project will be making in the course and introduce you to myself, your instructor for this course. Okay. And I will go over. The skills will be learning. Okay, So, first of all, this is the project that you'll be creating in this course. I'm gonna walk you through every step of the way. My name is Kimberly Smith. I'm also known and social Media as the Papered Chef. And please check out my YouTube channel with lots of, you know, brother scan and cut tutorials. And I also have a blogged. The paper check dot com I'm a crafter. I'm a stamping up demonstrator, and I'd love stamping card making and creating treats for care packages and things. Okay, so that's a little bit about me. And I would just like to go over this project so the brothers gain and cut is a great tool that can be used for adding accuracy to your crafting projects. I'm going to show you that in the first place we just created the card basis just using a stamping trimmer and scoring tool. Okay, that's how we made the card basis. But then I started explaining that if you use the brother scan and cut, you can get a perfectly measured card. Met every time. Okay, so we so the first thing we did was created mets and these little rectangles to put on the front of our card, and we use the building shapes and patterns that are in your scan and cut. I explained that if you don't have a brother scan and cut, you can always use a paper trimmer for a lot of what I'm showing you. Or you could use another die cutting tool or maybe some circle punches and things. Of course, there's no substitute for cutting out stamped images, which I'll get to in a minute. Okay, so the next thing we did was we cut out some layer in layers and we cut out the circles and the rectangles on this designer Siri's paper. All these different papers coordinate. I explain the materials I used, and what's great about them is again just perfect accuracy using quarter inch differences in, you know, in the mats and layers. Okay, so we did that. But I also showed that if you want to mass produce cards, one really nice thing you can do with the brother scanning cut is you can save thes shapes and use them again. So what we did is in in one of the videos as we saved the shapes and retrieve that file, and then we cut again. Okay, So then you you can just you use that same pattern over and over, so you don't have to set that up again. Okay? Next I showed you how to stamp images. We stand not just our sentiment, but we stamped our image. We step these bunnies, and then we cut them out using the brother scan and cut. We were never connected to a computer at any time. All of this was done using the stand alone operations of the brother skin and cut. We cut out the stamped image using outlined distance of 0.4 And then we used 2.1 to outline distance for this little this little blue further outline behind the bunny, all adding such great dimension. Okay, we also I also had the ducks already cut out for you. So we indulged with those at the end. Throughout this video, I showed you how it he says. I used to get the madding onto the card and I showed you how to make this pop up using foam dimensional. Okay, so I hope you're excited to get started on this project of making happy spring cards, and I'll see you in the first tutorial. 2. 02 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards: Hello. And welcome back in this video, I would like to show you the materials that you're going to need for the project will be creating, which is the happy spring cards. Now, the very first thing you're going to need is a brother scan and cut were some kind of diet cutting machine. If you only have a cricket, you can follow along. And even if you don't have a brother scan and cut. But you have a paper trimmer, uh, circle punches and things like that you can follow along as well. Okay, but I'm going to show you right now the exact materials that I'll be using for this card project. I'm using the brother scan and cut cm 3 50 Okay, It's also known as the scan and cut, too. If you have another model of scan and cut, that will be fine. Because I know for a fact that all of the CME 300 settings are exactly like these settings for which, for the features I'll be showing you. Okay, so we have we have that you need to die cutting machine of some kind circle punches, paper trimmers. You need a way to get all of the layering for our cards. Okay. Okay. The next thing you're gonna need, it's a stamp set. Now, for our project, we're gonna be using fable friends Stamp set by stamping up. And it's in the 2019 locations catalogue. So at the viewing of this video, it may or may not be available to you, but that's OK, because you're going to use whatever stamps that you have in your craft room. Okay? Because you can follow along this tutorial, no matter what materials you have. All right, so next you're gonna need some black ink and I'm using momento black ink. Okay, because I'm gonna be coloring the stamped images we cut out using the blends markers. And that's why we need momento black ink. It will not smear. So you need some black ink and then you're going to need your different papers. It's always good to have coordinating papers for your projects. And in this case, I'm using balmy blue. That's the card stuck amusing by stamping up. And I'm using whisper white card stock. That's that's the thinner card stock. It's what I'm using, too. We're gonna be stamping the images on and then I have for the layering and the matching and layering for our card. I have what's called gingham gala designer Siri's paper. It's double sided six by six paper, and it's gonna be used to cut our cut out our rectangles circles things that we need. And then, you know you'll be able to use your leftovers as well for other projects. But I like how all of these projects Kourtney Okay. Furthermore, you're going to need. It's good to have a bone voter or some kind of way to fold your paper, and you're going to see why I don't actually use the brothers can and cut to cut the card itself. I'm gonna be using a paper trimmer, so you need some kind of good paper trimmer. This one is by cricket, but it just it just has a bleed so you could cut and you could score with it. So sometimes your paper trimmer will cut in score, and that's fine. And you're going to use that or in my case, I'm gonna be using a scoreboard. I have by stamping up, okay, Scott simply scored, so I'm gonna be scoring the card and have a little scoring tool, but you can use your bone folder as a scoring Tulloch's Well, put that down. And sometimes I even used. This is by pampered Chef. It's a little a scraper for stones, and sometimes that's really good for folding cards. I'll say that little trick, okay? And then I'm gonna show you some other things you're gonna need. So you're gonna need some coloring tools now, remember going back to what I said? I'm reason momento black ink. Okay, That's because it's a water based ink and it doesn't mix with the alcohol markers. Okay, so you just want to use the right thing for the right kind of coloring tools that you're gonna be using. So we're using alcohol markers, and I'm also using a few stamping markers, but for colors I didn't have. So maybe we'll use all these colors. Maybe not. But these air colors I've been using with this fable friends stamp set so far, and that's why I have mullah my tray, just in case, just in case we use any of these colors. Now, this is, um, wink Estella. It's a glitter brush so you can get yourself some glitter if you'd like. And that's a really adds a nice touch to your projects. Okay, what else do we need? We need this is going to be a card project, so you always need adhesives. Okay, so you get yourself some, you know, foam and he says, and it's good to have some dimensional time. These air actually called dimensional by stamping up. They have foam backing, and it'll xom dimension to our stamped images. In our project. I have many ones. I have regular ones, and then you're gonna need some rolling adhesive. This is my favorite rolling adhesive. Okay, it's called the advanced tape glider. But you can use, like, snail or any kind of rolling adhesive. It's it's gonna be or just double sided tape or maybe something called Terran tape. Okay, so this is good to use. And I'll show you how to use this all these tools and lastly, a stamping black big enough for whatever stamps you're gonna be using for your project. Okay, so gather all your materials so that you can follow along. And remember, even if you don't have fable friends stamp set, you can follow along with all the steps of this card making tutorial. So you in the next video 3. 03 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards: Hello. And welcome back in this video, we're going to prepare our two card bases that we need for this project. Now, you may be wondering why I'm not using the skin and cut to cut the card basis. After all, I've told you how precise it was and how great it is for cutting. But my paper happens to be in 8.5 by 11. So if I were to use the brothers can and cut to cut the card base, it would appear to go to the edge, and I'd be wasting a lot of paper. And I'd only beer to get one card out of this instead of two. So that's their main reason. But if you're using 12 by 12 card stock, you know, you could go ahead and cut your card based out of out of you know, your brother skin and cut using the same rectangle technique, I'll be showing you. Okay, so let's see, we're gonna open up our paper trimmer. Whatever paper tumor you have, this is 8.5 by 11. So we're taking that. Were taking the long side. Okay, let me just took this up a little seek and see and Jim out. Okay, so there you go. Better angle. So we're taking this long side, and we're just gonna trim it too. So we have a width of 5.5. I remember I said the papers. The card stock is 8.5 by 11. So what we want is 5.5. Let me show you that closer. So there's well, there's the five, and there's the six. So we want 5.5. And I love played trimmers cause they're very accurate, so we have to exact pieces. Okay. And this is balmy blue card stock by stamping up. All right. Okay, Now we're done with the paper trimmer. You unless your paper tumor also has a score, It would be good if it also could score, but in this case, we're gonna use this score to score it. Now, I make so many cards that actually have a little notch there to remind me of where to score , and we're scoring at four point 25 And the reason is is because now we have an 8.5 by 11 with, and we need to score in halfway, okay? Because we're making a card. All right, so I'm gonna use the score. The big ball of the score came with it. You can also use a bone photo or any scoring tool you have. But I'm just gonna use the scoring tool that came with my simply scored. And then I made a valley, meaning I made a valley I dug down, and now I'm gonna make a mountain. Okay, that makes sense. I went down, but then I folded back up. Now, this is my little trick. I said, I like to use this. This is from pampered Chef. It's a stone scraper, and it's great. It's even better than a bone folder for, like, flattening your cards. And I really, really like it. So we're gonna use that. And now we have a perfect card base, okay? And let's make two card basis because we're making two cards, okay? And we're gonna just score 4.25 now. That's a valley because we scored down. But we're gonna fold up like the mountain, OK? And then take that. I used the edge of my like simply scored to get the to get it flat up against there. Okay. So great. Awesome. So now we have to card bases. So these car bases are called a two card bases. A two is a standard greeting card size, so you can get easy. You can easily get envelope for these kind of cards. They're bigger than note cards. They're your typical greeting greeting card size. All right, so in our next video, what we're gonna be doing is making mats for these. Okay, So I'm just gonna go over the measurements now because you don't really need toe kind of solidify this in your head And then and then, you know, I'm gonna go over him again in the next video. Okay? You have a card, and you have the card. That is 4.25 Okay, Bye. 5.5. So what do we do for matting? We're gonna go one smidgen smaller, so we're gonna make it instead of 5.5, we're gonna make it on this side. We're going to get five and 1/4 and the other matting is going to be four. It's just so we're always gonna cut off that quarter inch. If that doesn't make sense it will in a minute when we start using our brother scan and cut for perfectly accurate matching and layering. So you in the next video. 4. 04 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards: Hello. And welcome back in this video, we're going to cut out rectangles to be used for the matting and layering of these cards. Okay, we have to a two cards and they are for and 1/4 by 5.5. Okay. Therefore are matting is going to be four by five and 1/4. And don't worry, I have little cheat cheats free to use, and we're gonna put that onto We're going to make one card, Matt, for on each of these papers that we're not going to use every paper we're gonna use to of those. And then we're also gonna be able to create a little extra little shape, which we can use for a layer. All right, so first of all, we can't use balmy blue. Okay, I understand that we can't use well, I mean, we could obviously could use it, but that's not enough contrast. Okay? Between the foreground in the background because of the same color. So let's look at what colors look best. We're gonna pick two colors. I think the the pineapple punch looks good. I think the great for groove looks good. Um, lemon lime twist. Okay, I'm gonna go with the and Highland Heather. We have hiding. Heather, which thinks a little too dark, will use it for something else. So I'm gonna go with these two. I'm gonna go with Pineapple Punch. Great Food group, and it doesn't matter. We can decide which side is a gingham gala designer. Serious paper we're gonna use later. Let's go into our scan and cut. When you first turn on your machine, you go to the home screen, which is so this will be what you see, and you're gonna see pattern and scan. Okay. We're going to use the built in patterns from the scan and cut to create the rectangles needed for the layering. So you're going to select pattern? Let me get my stylist. You can use your finger. Or you can use the stylist that came with The brothers can be cut. Okay, We're gonna go to this Shapes. Okay. This category the 1st 1 with the square and the circle, and we want the first shape. We want the square. We'll turn the square into a rectangle by clicking on this button here, and this button will make sure that we're not in proportion that the height in the with or not in proportion to each other. So now we're gonna go ahead and create the rectangles we need. So we know that we're gonna need a height of four. Remember? Because the card is for in 1/4 we're going to eat a with of 5.25 Now, brother, scanning cut has no way of knowing we have a six by six inch piece of paper. It's going to let us use the whole 12 by 12 met. So we have to know where we're cutting, which I'll show you in a minute. I can just hold my stylist down. It'll go a little faster. Okay? So we can only fit one of these on each met because of the size. Okay, so remember, five and 1/4 we're gonna use that again. See what I mean? We have six by six inch piece of paper to work with. That means that our paper is gonna take up 1/4 of the Met. Let's go ahead and add another shape right here, because why we're cutting, we're gonna add another shape and put that we're gonna put, um, just just we're gonna of a little strip for our card. It's just a little strip and it's gonna be like this, but it's not gonna be white. It's gonna be patterned. We're gonna go ahead and say, Add, we're gonna go to rectangle I'm sorry, Shapes And we're gonna go square click on this button to make it a rectangle. And this time we still want the 5.25 We still want that, but we want to just have a little strip of paper, okay? And we've only wanted to be 3/4 of an inch I and we know this will fit on our six by six piece of paper. So 60.75 by 5.25 Perfect. So let's go and sit that Now it put it over there. So that's not gonna help us, right? We don't want it over there because we put this paper in and we try to cut it. We have the little shape over there, so go ahead and let's put it right here and we'll put it right underneath. So we have everything still fitting in that six by six window. I'm very happy with it. I'm gonna go ahead and say OK, and now we can go ahead and say, Cut Well, a couple things you have to know about your blade depth and this is fist sometimes takes a lot of practice or sometimes a test cut. But I know that when I cut designer serious paper on my machine using the standard blade, which is when I'm using Right now, I know I use a blade depth of three because that's just what I do. And I know that works for me. So I'm just gonna change my blade depth to three. Blade is just sticking out slightly. But as the spring comes down, it will cut the paper. So depending on the weight of the paper you're using if you're not following along with its sack materials, I have. Then you know you have to know what blade depth works best for your machine. Next, I need a brother scan and cut Mac. It's a fairly new mat. It's still pretty sticky. They do lose their stickiness, but what? This one has stickiness on it. So I'm gonna go ahead and move the machine out of the way for a second so you could see how I attached the paper to the machine or to the Met, and then we'll cut it. So we're gonna use this peace first of pineapple punch. We're just gonna lay it there onto the Met. And I'm just going to use I have a prayer because it it just helps me. Like when I roll, it helps everything stick. And I like out everyday sticks that way. Okay, so that's what I'm gonna use to attach my now my papers is good. It's not gonna fall off now. I could bring my machine back because I don't want you to miss any steps this tutorial. So we're gonna open up the machine. We're gonna load the Met. I kept elected. Keep one hand on the map when I load. So I get a go ahead and load using this button here and now it's just a matter of cutting. You just say cut and you just say start okay if you want. If you're new to the brothers cannot cut. I'll let you see how that works. You know, that's how it's cutting. And then we just unload and we do it again. That's all we're gonna make two of these because we're making a couple cards, remember? All right, so when you're done, we're gonna say OK, and we're gonna just We don't We don't actually need to unload the mat, because we're just going to stick another piece of paper right in there So we can just peel this off, save these little scraps, by the way, and you can take your little special that came with your brother scan and cut and you could peel peel this after met. Okay, let's show you where were at find those card basis because then you could see how awesome it is to have a brother's gonna cut. Hope you're seeing how this project is starting to come together. So we have a perfect a perfect, You know, Matt, for our card. I mean, if you use the paper trimmer and, like, if you're like me and use the paper trimmer, you can't always get it perfect. It gets a little wonky, but when you use the brothers gain and cut, you get perfect. Perfect mad every time. Okay, so let's do another one. We said we're gonna do great fruit now. Great group. So I'm just all I'm doing is adding the paper to the same spot, OK? And I could roll my bare, but the you know, it doesn't really have a big surface to Roland. So I'm just gonna kind of hold it there, rub it there, Okay? And then we're just gonna come back, and we're all we're gonna do is say cut again, and that's it. Cut again because we're just using the same the same shape. Okay, now, that didn't take very long. But if you're gonna be doing a lot of these, it's a good idea to go back here. And you could say save and you could save it to your machine. So in the next video, we'll actually show you when we cut out the shapes that we need for our sentiments and for our cards, I'm gonna show you how to go ahead and save that when you're done to your machine. Okay. See you in the next tutorial. 5. 05 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards: Hello and welcome back in this video, I'm going to continue working with patterns and build in shapes. And this time we're going to cut out the circles which will outline the sentiments for your card. They were going to cut up two more rectangles on two different pieces of designer. Siri's paper actually will use. We use thes two colors and this is lemon lime twist and hide and Heather and we're going to go ahead and cut up to more rectangles. Okay. And there's we're gonna be used for. I'll show our card elements and layering. Let's get started. We're gonna go into pattern like we did last time. This will be reviewed the first part, and then when we save it it we're going to save it and retrieve it. That will be something new that you like. Hey, Pattern. And we're going to go into the shapes and we're going to start with the circle. So scroll down. And depending on which model you have, brother scan and cut. Remember, this is to see him 3 50 So my circle is on page three of 10 and your circle, maybe on a different page. But that's OK, so the circle we're just gonna go ahead and make it 1.75 inches and we're gonna go ahead and put two of those onto our paper. So let's say two circles and set 1.75 inches. Good. Now we're gonna go ahead and say, add, we're gonna add a rectangle. Remember, we did this last time we took a square. We check this box to make it so it's not in proportion. And we're gonna make the width of this two inches. And just so you know where I'm going with this when we when we cut out our bunny later or stamped image or bunny, that this is a perfect this two inches by three inches is gonna be perfect for for being a mat for bunny. Okay, One of the one of the Mets for our carts going be so cool. All right, then we're gonna make it three inches high and we're just doing one of these, OK, Burn, making it three height by too wide. Now that's gonna sit right there. Now we're gonna add another one right here, and it needs to outline. It's gonna be the outer part of this one. So we need to We need to say add again square Tornatore rectangle. And this time the with is going to be We just made it the other 13 inches high. So now we need to make 13.25 wide because I always working quarter inches from my layers that if you haven't noticed and the height will be 2.25 because we just made it to buy three rectangle and now we need a 2.25 by 3.25 rectangle. Don't worry, we have cheat sheets for you in this course. Okay, two point 25 So there we go. Say set. Now remember, we're using a six by six piece of designers newspapers. So we need to take this rectangle and make it go over here because our cutting area is is right here in this section. Okay, we're gonna say, OK, we'll get to the saving in retrieving part in a minute. So again, I just want to review we're just We're just attaching my mats already loaded, and I could just I could just place the paper right onto the mat, just rub it with my fingers and a review in case you're just tuning in or you're just getting back from a break. Okay, We're using a blade depth of three for this designer series paper, and we're just gonna go ahead and say, Cut, cut, start kind of hold in my hand there so it doesn't slip of paper. You can see what it's doing cutting. And I'm just gonna lift this up and pull the shapes up with my spatula. Okay? Why do you even have to pull up? Because sometimes the mats are not raised two key. So this is gonna be really cute later when we put the little bunny that we color on here. Okay, that's that's just really cute. In fact, we'll decide what side to use. I think that other side would be better. All right. And then we have this larger rectangle. Then we need we need to do a couple pieces of paper, Remember? I said because we need to Mattan layer, and you can't use the same color for your layers. And even though we really just needed one circle free card, But, you know, it's good to have an extra circle of each color because you can make other cute treats and things later. All right, so this is what we have. Now I'm gonna show you and then always save your scraps because you can, you know, punch circles out of there, whatever you need to do. All right, I'm gonna just put this piece of Highland Heather onto the Met, and now I'm gonna show you how to save and retrieve. You're cutting files in the brother skin and cut. So we are here. This is where we left off. It's OK. Here's your screen. You have four shapes on it. What if you were trying to mass produce? What if you're trying to make you know 25 cards, you wouldn't want to have to keep adding these shapes to the mad every time you want to save this to your machine and retrieve it and use it again and again. So you need to go back one step and you need to say, save. It's asking you where you want to say you could save to your brother scan and cut machine. Okay. You could save two. You could save to your skin and cut. You could save to a USB you could save to scan and cut canvas. Okay. Or you could save two the computer directly. We're just gonna save right to the machine. It's easiest. Okay? It's in the machine's memory. It's called file in 99. All right, let's just go ahead and go home. Hit the home, but oh, no. We're deleting all patterns. That's OK. Say, Okay. So here you are. You've come back and you're working on a project. And you are saying to yourself, Boy, what were my measurements? I was just making a bunch of cards. Well, it's OK because you saved it. Remember? You saved it. So you to retrieve it, you turn on your machine, you go home and you come up to your machine and you go right to pattern. And you go right to your save data. This is how you retrieve your father. Go to save data. Where did you save it? Remember, we saved it to the machine. This is if you saved it to a USB stick. This is if you saved it to your computer. This is your best bet. Always. If you have enough room, your best bet is always just to save it to your machine. And there's there. My files and I could scroll down through 10 pages of things I saved. But one little trick is if you're already if you're on page one and you want to go back to page 10 the last thing saved, you could just hit this a barrow. And there's the last thing we saved. It'll be right there and you can see I'm always saving things. I've 10 pages of save things and I've written many of them. So there it is. And we're gonna say OK, and we're just gonna go ahead and say, OK, we're gonna cut it. Our blade is still a three way. Still have a six by six inch piece off paper. I still kind of use my hand to make sure the paper doesn't slip. And now we're getting those circles and rectangles for layering. Okay, looks good. And then we'll just unload the Mac and we'll show you where we're at. So far, we can say OK, and we're gonna vote. So here we are, appeal this stuff. We have such cute layers and circles. Okay, so here's where we're at with our shapes. And I think we probably needed no maybe different colors of these rectangles here. But we'll get to that when we do. We're already hearing. So we have our bombing blue. And we have our card mets. Okay, we have our We have our two sets of of layering. So we're gonna have We have our outer layering and our inner layering to put our bunnies on . Okay, remember, we're gonna be cutting bunnies out. So it's like that, Okay? And we have Then we have the opposite for Could mean another set here, and we're still deciding which which side of the gingham to use. But I'm thinking that small side probably looks better because the little critters are small, but we could do one of each. Okay. And they're gonna look a lot better when they're colored. But that's one of our things we're doing in this class. Okay, so that's where we're at. And then we have the way we have. The circle's already cut out, and these are going to be to put as outlines for the sentiments on our card. Okay. And then we have these layers as well. This is just gonna be another element on our card. So now we need, you know, the next step is going to be to it here, what we have done so far. And we gets to start, like, kind of putting those pieces together so that that part of the card making project is done . And then after we'd here, we'll get we'll get into the more advanced topics of cutting out stamped images. Thank you for watching. So you in the next video. 6. 06 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards: Hello and welcome to this video where we will adhere the matting and layers of our card. And we don't We're not Have him all finished yet, but we're gonna We're going to hear the ones we have. Okay? First thing you need to do is just kind of do a layout. So I think, Let's see, we've already said Thies air good backgrounds. And let's see if we like the near the big or the small for the kingdom. I actually like the small for the great fruit groove. And let's see, I'm gonna go with the large here just to change it up a bit, okay? With the pineapple puncher. So now we're gonna take you're gonna take your rolling adhesive, and you only need, like, four lines of really adhesive. So you're just gonna, in this case, this is my a t g tape gun, So I just I just like press and roll press and poets my absolute favorite. But if you're not used it, this could be, You know, you could get something. Takes some getting used to took that little piece in there. Okay, so we have rolling adhesive, and you could put one in the middle for good measure. So I'm just showing you that in the light so you can see state all the places where there's rolling adhesive. I hope you could see that shine because there's a light on it. So that's where we're at. So that's how you place the Met onto the card. And it's good to be like, right above it when you do this. So I'm gonna kind of hover over the camera for a second. It already kind of got stuck, Lissy. And that were you center it perfectly when you're kind of right above it. But if you're not a break above it, it doesn't center perfectly with this. Okay? I mean, still go good. It still looks good, even if it's not perfect. All right, so there you go. So we have one, Matt, and we're gonna do this one, okay? Four pieces of adhesive and then a little line, and it's getting stuck on the balmy blue. There you go. That's how much adhesive. You don't want to put too much adhesive, you know, because that he is expensive, right? And you need more for other projects. Okay, let's put let's just lay this down again. Stand over it. It's better to stand over. And I'm at a weird angle right now because of this course. But that's that's all fine and dandy. I can still do it at the Anglo Met. So I take that little bit of rolling. He's off the sides, so good. We have to two card bases done. OK, now, I was gonna use the's, right. I was gonna use these for for the line. And this one doesn't look so bad on there. But when I tried to put the yellow onto the grapefruit, it just I was not liking it at all. I think I need a piece of blue. I think I need a blue rectangle or Heidi and Heather. Let's use this one because we've already we already have a piece. Now, sometimes you just have to say, Is it worth turning on the brothers can And cutting, cutting and not another rectangle? No, it is not. We already learned how to do that, though. I'm just gonna go ahead and make a I'm using my paper trimmer, and I'm going to go ahead and make a 0.75 in strip. Remember That's all we did here with the brothers. Gana cut and then, you know, we're gonna do it accurately to Oh, that looks much better. Okay? And we need it to a 0.75 by it was, it was five and 1/4. So I did like the one I did. Like the one I don't mind. Pineapple punch on on the grapefruit. But when you put it the other way around, I just didn't look right. So, OK, so we have five and 1/4. All right, so that's that now see how that looks? That's good. And I put them about I put them about here. This is just my habit for my card making. I just I mean, some say bullet thirds, and it's, you know, but never put it in the middle because it would look silly because people's eyes like things on the you know, this is this is about 1/4 up, but sometimes people use 1/3. I'm just doing it, like about there. That's just where I like it. It's a personal preference, but you know, your crafter, you could do whatever you want. So because I have the big pattern show and I'm gonna put the smaller pattern showing So just for contrasts. And again, I'm just, you know, putting a couple of lines of adhesive. Make sure the he's it goes all the way up to the ends. It doesn't peel off. This one could use a little bit more adhesive on this said Okay, so there there's are, he said, and we just go above it. Hover, however, used two hands, you know, definitely used two hands to get it straight. And what's nice about the Kingdom paper is like it's automatically straight because it has squares on it. Yea, all right, so now we're good. And so we have focus that really cool matting and layering going on already, and then this one, then it looks a bit This one didn't look so bad with the yellow on top of it or no, actually, no, I'm not liking it as much, but it's OK, but I still it's OK. You can see it unlike this one. It was not it was not his used to say so It's OK, so we're going to just go with it and we're gonna put the he's of on because we already have our rectangles. We're gonna leave that one down, all right? Oops. That was not centered. But this this glue dries pretty quickly. I don't think the glue got all the way to the other where they say he's so basically, Just if you peel it up right away, you're OK. Don't wait too long because it gets salad. So it as Iraq I have fun when I'm crafting, as you could tell. All right, so it's probably better like to take my own advice ing stand above this because I'm not getting a great angle here. In fact, I kind of like standing up for crafty. I mean, I sit down while coloring, but when I'm making the cards, that kind of stand up. Okay, so now we have a couple card bases, you be okay. Now we're going to say so. This one's gonna go here. This one will go here. And that's put that so? See what that would look like. Something like that. Hope? Sorry. This one's going to go see if we can. This one's gonna go here. And then where's the other one? Here we go. So we'll put that see? Small. We're gonna go large, small and okay, so I actually like I like this combination and this one. I mean, I think I will like it when I have the try that side when I have the bunny on it because, you know, we're gonna have some blue around the bunny. We're gonna have all the colors represented. Think that's going to still be cute? Well, actually put some blue over there, cause this card needs some blue for sure. Okay. But I'm liking it, so in fact, I'll put this one thing. I'm gonna do that because we have the other color. We have the small pattern there, So I'm gonna go with these Big petits. All right, So for these ones, I'm going to use for these two layers to each other, I'm going to use rolling adhesive. But then when it comes to putting them on the card itself, I'm going to use those dimensional as I told you about just a little bit of a little bit. If he says so, I'm gonna put that on here. So I'm gonna put the bunny up with dimensional, and I'm also gonna put so he's gonna be on a dimensional to kind of raise him up, and then this is gonna be on a dimensional in relation to the cart. So this is gonna be popping up a little, so it's really it's like it doesn't contrast a lot now, but that's what the dimension helps it dio Okay, so then we have this one, and we can we might have been switch it. We might put that one on that card. Yeah, I think we'll do that. We'll put this one on this card because it just contrast better. And that's what crap things all about is, you know, as you go, you can make decisions. In fact, no clear two cards I'm maker ever like. As a matter of fact, I I'm always changing it up. All right, so good. Good. Now we're gonna get those dimensional that I said to have on hand, So we're gonna use four of these hexagon stamping dimensional for the back of and four. It just keeps it from wobbling, you know, like you don't want to. You don't put like one in the middle of in the side sort of rebel. Okay? Just get rid of the little the little ends here. These are just such coming together such beautiful spring cards. And then we're gonna put that here, and it kind of overlaps with that bottom. That's good. Let's go back and focusing. It overlaps. I like it. OK, that's Highland. Heather, we're gonna do one for this card. Four dimensional. Okay, we're going to get one to three for Okay, So next we're going to cut up the first. We're just gonna cut out the circles real quick for our sentiments, and then we're going to go ahead and we're going to do some stamping, okay? And then we're gonna cut out are stamped images. But you know, so far, I'm thinking the cards are coming together pretty well. So thank you for watching. And we'll see you in the next tutorial. I will get cleaned up and organized by then. 7. 07 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards: Hello. And welcome back in this video, we're going to use the whisper white card stuck to create several circles. We actually only need two circles, but we're gonna make extra in case we mess up our stamps. And what we're gonna be doing with those circles is stamping happy spring into the circle. Okay, so let's get started. We're gonna use our brother scan and cut. We've already cut the outline of the circles if you recall from our designer Siri's paper and those were one and 3/4 inches. So we need I always working in quarter inches, as you know, So I'm gonna We're gonna need 1.5 inch circles. Well, let's just bring the scan and cut back here, and we're just gonna go ahead and erase the screen, because remember, we already have this saved. If you want to make make more. Okay, we're gonna go home. We're gonna say OK to delete all patterns. Now, when you go into pattern and we're going to go to the circles and we're gonna scroll down, okay, and we're going to create 1.5 inch circles, but this will just make four of those extra and the most. Tampa. I'm not gonna be showing you other things you can do with your stamp sentiments. Okay, so let's so head and say four set. Great. Britain s okay. Now we'll put the whisper white card stuck onto are met for That'll be across this way. Okay, Suit again. We use our prayer toe. Hold it steady so it doesn't slip. We're gonna open up our machine. We're going to load our Matt using this button here. Okay? Don't want you miss any steps here. We're gonna load Matt. And instead of just cutting, I need to say that we did to change the blade up. So we were using designer serious paper. Now we're using whisper right card stock, which is a light card stock. So if you have light card stock, les depth of four is good. Now the blade is sticking out a little bit. Okay, So blade depth before, go ahead and say cut. I didn't say start, and then I just just kind of don't want it to slip. I'm just used to that I'm used to the paper slipping. I should say that's where I hold it. It looks like it's doing OK, though. And then that's it. We're gonna unload the Met, and so we don't need scanning cut yet. We're gonna be stepping these sentiments first case of unload the mat. And here's our here. Here are circles. I'm going to use my little spatula to remove the circles. Actually, you could just sort of you can also just sort of bend the Met, and they will pop right off as well. Okay, So happy spring. So now we can go ahead and I'm gonna change the camera angle. We're just gonna stamp our sentiments, so I use a little stampings. Bunge, leave those here just to protect the table. We need a stamping black. So whatever stamping block you have, unless you've already may be your stamps that you're using for this project already mounted onto wood. That's fine. Tip. Okay, I'm just gonna take my clink clink stamp, and that's the one. I'm gonna stick it on there. Okay? It says happy spring. The happy is there, so I'm gonna flip it that way. So the happy spring I could have I could have put my sticker. I could have put my sticker on there but I already know what this is. But if I goto workshops, I will be putting my sticker on their case. They're just tested before put in Ghana. Yep. It fits good on this circle. So now we need to think it up and I'm using momento black. It wouldn't matter for the sentiment which used, but for the coloring. You definitely want to use momento black, remember? Because I am gonna be And I have alcohol markers. All right? So I just tap tap tap and to get good coverage. I look for that shine and I have shined on my stamps. So that's good coverage. And I'm just going to use my two hands, and I just I just hold it there for a couple seconds and that came out good. We have a good, good, stepped image. Only focus. Okay, Happy spring. I'm happy with the happy spring. Okay? Okay. And again, Tep kept up. You have to think it up in between each time now. You don't want to rock your stamp. You just wanna hold it for a few seconds. Okay? Again, That came out good. You always make extras not just for your cards. but just make extra. You can make lots of treats and things with these fixtures. So while you're at it, I mean, normally I probably have cut a whole page of circles and we think up. And of course, we're gonna clean the step before we put it back, but not not inside the video. All right, so there's that's good. And I think that one. Remember? I said, in case you missed up to that one, that one's a little bit off, but so I'm going to use, you know, I could use two of these. So let's just take the two best ones I like. I mean, they all came out good. Let's take that one. And let's take this one. These are the two best, I think. All right, so we lay those there now, we're gonna go ahead, and we're gonna problem upon two dimensional. But we always get our cards again to make sure that these colors contrast. So I'd say I know we have other colors circles here. Maybe this one. That one's gonna look good there. And the green, the green does look okay there. I think that's it. Maybe, maybe like that Okay, So So what we're doing is we're putting those onto our circles. We're gonna problem with dimensions. So where are dimensional? Here we go. Just I think one is probably good for this first circle. And I would probably put a couple. I'm gonna put a couple of behind it too. But don't rub on the stamp itself. It's still not dry. It looks so much better with an outline. I'm gonna pop it up a little bit with two dimensional is in the back, trying not to get and my hand on the front because I don't want it to smear. And if it does me remember, we have that extra. Okay, so here's our happy spring. Who put that there? Okay, so that came out nice. And member of Bunny are colored. Bunny's gonna go there, which is the centerpiece of our card. So now let's do this card. Okay. We need one dimensional for the Remember in the material section when I said you needed foam adhesives. That's what the's foam adhesives are. And I'm using what's called dimensions, but you can use whatever kind of foam or three D adhesives you have. I am. We need to for the back. So I mean, I don't know about you, but I think our card project is coming along pretty nicely here. Crafty friends of mine. Here we go. So So here's what we're here forever at. Okay, So next video you're going to we're going to stamp the bunnies. And then I already have some bunnies that I stepped for you that will cut out using the brother skin and cut. Okay. So I will see you in the next video. 8. 08 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards: Hello. And welcome back in this video, we're going to stamp the bunnies from the fable friends Stamp set. And they were gonna use the brother scanning cut to cut out the stamped image. And then we're gonna do one more really fun thing by cutting out an extra little background for that money. Okay, so let's get started. This is what we're gonna end up with. We're gonna stamp a few images that we're gonna skin and cut them, and then you're gonna end up with a bunny like this with, you know, with a cute little outlined distance. All right, so we're gonna use the leftover whisper white card stock from the circles we just made. And I'm just gonna go and stamp a few bunnies to show you how I stamped the bunnies. But really, the ones that we're gonna cut are the ones that have already stand because you have to really have to use a dry stamps or if you don't and you try to put what stamps through the brothers can and cut that will smear all over the place. All right, so we're gonna open up fable friends stamp set, and we're gonna take out the bunny. My, my, uh, my stamps. That's correct. In my case, okay? And I'm just gonna go ahead and mounted onto my stamp in block. Okay? So squeeze it a little bit. And then I used my memento black ink. Very important because we're using alcohol markers. So we want to use, like, a dye baster, a water based ink, because the alcohol will not smear, of course, only if it's dry. So let's try the alcohol would not smear. See how the stamp is nice and wet. Then I know I'm good. And then I place my stamping black. I have a sponge, by the way, on my table, a stampings bunch. Oh, that's what I used. And that came out good and we'll do it again. Okay, Another bunny. And it's good to get good coverage because the lines are not quite enclosed. We may have to do a little trick, but I'll show you that in a minute. But it's good to at least get good stamping coverage. So you want to stamp on extra bunny. Your true because remember, we're only making two cards, but it's I keep saying to stamp extras every time. And of course, we clean that before we put it back. That momento is really easy to clean. Okay, Now, I'm not scanning these because they're still really wet. And these take a long time to dry. I'm gonna be scanning these ones, but let me tell you about my trick. I don't think I need to use the trick until we see if the scan and cut. Well, I got we'll go ahead and use my trick. We'll try it and see if it works. So one thing is, when you're scanning stamped images, you want to make sure there's no gaps in the images. So there's a little gap right here in the jacket of the bunny and you just fill that in with pencil. You can erase it later. I don't see any more gaps, but still, we'll just see if the scan and cut recognizes all three of the bunnies. Maybe out. Maybe I'll check the feet because there could be a slight gap in the feet here. Now. Pretty good. Maybe this part the artist was going for, like, that sketch looks so I do like to raise it to get need to have the true intent of the artist. If it doesn't scan, it's okay. All we need is for two of these to scan. And if they don't skin and cut right away, then we just cut out the ones we have. I have another bunny here will move on, but you just have to keep playing with it to make it cut. But that's only because this stamp set most time when you cut in stamp stamped images. I mean skin and cut stepped images. You don't have that problem. It's just that the way those were sketched. All right, so good. Let's go. We're gonna do stampings scanning stamped images to lead all pattern. Now, this the first time in this course you're introduced to this concept. So let's walk you through the steps. We've already used the building patterns in the machine. This time we're gonna use scan because we're going to scan are stamped images. We're going to use direct cut because we're directly cutting out the bunnies. We're not saving the information or directly cutting them out. So we don't want the scan to cut data. We want direct cut. Where we gonna temporarily store what we're doing is we're going to store it on the machine . Always select the machine. That is, if you have enough memory because there's good contrast between the foreground and the background of this image. It's really good black on white. We're just gonna keep it at black and white recognition mode. Next thing we're going to do is load the mat and skin. So we just have of that here. And one thing about when you load the mat is you never want to cover up the registration marks like don't ever don't ever put anything on top of it like that because it won't be able to skin. I'm just gonna stick it right there. I think I pressed the button. It's OK, no problem. OK, I just took it right there, and I'm gonna use a little trick that I have is like I really cannot afford for this to, like, fall out of place. I use painter's tape. So it's the reason I don't use my Breyer. That please before is because I don't want to rub the Brera over stamped images. It might smear them, so I just use a little painters tape toe. Hold it in place that way when I scanned. And then when I cut them out there, they're gonna look exactly They're gonna be in the vaccine place. Okay, Let's go ahead and load are met, okay? And we're gonna say start, and it's gonna It's just gonna go ahead and scanned are stamped images, and hopefully it gets all three bunnies. Like I said, I'm happy to get two bunnies, even one, buddy. If we don't get them all, it's only because of the pencil marks. The bunnies were not fully enclosed, but I've had pretty good success rate, you know, with these with this set. Okay, we're gonna thes of the Bundys, their skin. You were gonna say, OK, so we got to Bunning's I was telling you I was happy with two bunnies. All right. First thing you need to do is there's a lot of extra bits. So instead of wasting time scanning all these extra bits, you just you take your you take your stylist or your finger does matter, and you zoom into the area, okay? And you make a selection around the part you want to skin. Okay? That's the first thing. Now we still have some extra bits. We still have some extra small bits. So let's go ahead. And we're gonna ignore the object size. So we're going to ignore anything like up to happen. It's because the bunnies over in it. So we're just going to say nor all these small objects will disappear. We could also edit them out here. That's good. Good enough. I think most of them are gone. The next thing we're gonna do is we're gonna add an outline distance of 0.4 That's putting this little white edge around the bunny. Okay. And just remember that we added an outline. Distance appoints, Therefore, because we're also going to do a little trick with some paper in a few minutes. All right, so that's OK. We're gonna say OK, so I say Okay again. If there's anything right there, we might need to get rid of that little piece right there. No problem. I'm gonna say no, it's already gone. So when I did the ignore object size of 0.5 it did get rid of that. All right, so I'm happy with this. We're gonna go ahead and say cut. Now, this time we're using whisper white card stock. So we're using a blade depth of four. Okay. And we're gonna go to say cut and it's gonna go ahead and cut out the bunnies with family teaching a little trick. So watch this. Okay, so I'm gonna outline the bunnies with this little bit of kingdom. I think it would look cute. So they were going. I'm just gonna peel the bunny I'm gonna feel is up the met the Tate back. And I'm gonna stick this piece of paper in the same place. The bunnies. Just where? Let's take the bunnies. I will peel them off and they came out cute. So let's outline the bunnies. So just gonna stick the paper there. And remember, if you're cutting designer shares paper, we want to go back to a three. Always keep aware of your blade death because of otherwise you can cut right through your Met. All right, so we have to two of the three bunnies cut. I'm pretty happy with the bunnies, so Yea, these are the ones we're gonna color for our card in the next video. All right, So anyway, but it says finished cutting. Okay, so here's my trick for you. Whether you're a beginner, scan and cut user, you can follow along. Or if you have been using scanning cut for a while, you might not have thought to doing this trick. You have bunnies as always, you don't erase him from the screen and you have paper right where they were. We can make these make a week, and what we can do is make the outline bigger for the bunny, thereby making making us have an extra shape of a bunny that's a little bit bigger. And you could put you could do this with any background, like maybe card stock or designer paper, like in our case. So you go back one notch and you see where we set outlined distance. We had 10.4 That's the white outline to sense, but we want a bigger outlined distance. We want to go a couple notches bigger. We want the we want the bunny to have a bigger outlined distance so we don't want 0.8 away . That's not big enough. We want 0.12 That makes the bunny big background big enough for us to sort of pop it up with dimensional is and make it look kind of three days. Okay, so let's say okay, and we're just gonna say OK again and we're gonna cut. And all we're doing is cutting bigger bunnies in the same spot where we just cut the smaller bunnies. That's all we're doing. Okay, so that's kind of fun. And our cards were really coming together. So I see that That's working out. Okay, So here's our here are bunny shapes and check that up. Super cute. So now we have When we put the bunny here, we have a contrast e super cute. And we can tie that and we can tie in the color like maybe we can put, like maybe a blue jacket on one of the bunnies. Then maybe I'll put a purple jacket on the other bunny still using a blue outline. Okay, so that's just gives it a little bit more dimension. And of course, if we used solid blue, if we balmy blew, it might have worked out a little better cause that we didn't puppet more. So we will pop those up with dimensional. And then we'll be done. This partner, we won't know we were we can't use dimensional jet because the reason is we have to color first. Always color first. Because if you mess up on the coloring, will you be using a different bunny that after we done coloring, we're gonna put the bunny on this background using dimensional? Then we're gonna place this bunny onto this part, and we're gonna have completed cards. So we'll see you in the next tutorial. Bye for now. 9. 09 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards: Welcome back in this video, we're gonna go ahead and color the bunnies that we cut out using the brother skin and cut. And then I'm gonna actually just get a couple of these little ducks and code them too, because I think they'll make great accents for card project. Okay, let's get started. I'm going to color one of the bunnies bodies in in Smokey sleep. OK, so in your stamping bland, you just take the light in the dark, smoky sleep. And in this case, I normally would put, like, dark around the edges if I was actually blending. But what I'm doing instead is I'm just like coloring in sections, and I'm gonna use the light one. I'm just coloring, coloring in, like, the whole section. And then I'm gonna go ahead and dark in the inner ears and the tummy of the bunny. Maybe I'll give it a little bit of a pink pinkish news. Okay, so these markers air just easy to cover large areas with, so I can actually just call the whole bunny and then just darken up the belly. But if you were trying to blend the two college together, you might like, start dark on the outside, Work your way in. Okay, I think that's good. I need to color the hands. His hands need to be the right color as well. All right, so good. Let's put the lid back on and take the darker. So each Each of these blends have a thick side and a inside I've just used I think this what was great about the stamp set is like you can use the thick side, mostly everything, because it's these are big areas to color, which I like. You know, we're reading glasses and it's easier for me. So now I'm just darkening up. I'm using dark, smoky, slight just to color in those ears. And it's not really a solid area, just sort of Korean. All right, so that's good. And then I'm gonna re blend it using the late one more time. So I'm just gonna go light again and to serve blenders to get blenders areas together. So dark and light. Dark light. Okay, so I'm okay with that. That bunny and you can. There's what's called a color lifter, and I convicts lift off the color of that year. Fix a little bit. All right. So for that one, I think it would be good with the blue jacket. So blue meaning Highland Heather. That's the color that's coordinates with we've been doing. So let's take light, tight and Heather. And that's color in that with a light heart and heather and again just cover the whole jacket and then we'll doctrine up the buttons. Okay, so good. I love the blends Now Will take now will take the small side and we just dark in up the buttons. OK, so one bunnies done and next funny crumb cake make. So it's like a brown bunny. We're using crumb cake and I'm just gonna make it all late. So all light crumb cake and then we darken up the middle. I used this one a lot, so it's already getting dried out, but they're not refillable, but they're easy to replace in the not too expensive. They're not like they're alcohol markers like Copa markers. But they're not like expensive lycopene marker, sir. Affordable. All right, So, um, that is that. And then we're going to do the doctor, The doctor one. So the tummy, the belly I mean, I should go back over it again with the light and the ears inside of the ears. Okay. And then going back, blending them back together with the light crumb cake, the good, so, you know, stamped images air super easy to color. And if you don't have, you know, blends, markers and your foul in this tutorial, just use your colored pencils. Okay? Use color pencils. And then we're gonna just hide in Heather for a little jacket because it goes with this whole project we're doing right? It goes with the spring cards, and I really am liking. Have a project came together. So it's nice when you plan out stuff and you have a vision and it comes together and we put the darker buttons, okay? And then we need But I said, We need a little pink nose. She's issues a regular marker. Maybe it's gonna be pink over the top of the cupcake, but that'll work. Still cute and a little pink nose. All right, so then I said, let's color those ducks. So it's called the little decks. They're easy to color, and they make great little accents. So we're gonna use pineapple punch. We'll use the dark pineapple punch with this color color. Those ducks. I really need a couple colors here. One little section, his little the little bottom of the duck, the little wing, maybe the neck here in the face. Okay, and then we need neck in the face here. The wing and then we use I was using this great fruit grew because it coordinated. I was using this for the beak because it's it has a small tip in it. It's just a stamping marker. It's so much easier when you have a really tiny tip for such tiny little things. Actually, for the feet, I can go ahead and change to the bigger tip. It's OK because the feet are kind of big areas. It's okay if you mess up a little. I mean, still super cute. All right? Yes, yes, yes. And we'll make one of their jackets in Highland Heather and will make the other the other one's jacket or shirt in this balmy blue color. The bombing blue is the color we've been using that goes along with this whole theme because all these colors coordinate, as I said all spring colors. All right, so almost done Okay, so now we're gonna let these dry a little bit. I'm gonna fix anything I need to fix. Then we're going to get the dimensional is out. And in the next video and you clean up, we're gonna assemble our cards, and then I'm gonna show you other projects I created using the fable friends. Sweet. I mean, fable friends steps that and And you can actually get some other ideas on how you can go forward with your brother. Scan and cut and things you can do with your embellishments that you make. Okay, See in the next one. 10. 10 Scan and Cut Happy Spring Cards: Hello and welcome to this final video on how to create a happy spring card using the brothers canon. Cut. What we're gonna do in this video is we're gonna finalize these cards. We're gonna assemble them, layer them, pop these cute little embellishments up with dimensional. We're gonna go over the skills you learned, and then I'm gonna show you a bunch of other projects I created using the stamp set called fable Friends. And that way, you're going to get a new idea of other things you can do with your stamped images that you cut out using the brothers can and cut. Okay, So let's get started by using some dimensional will put two dimensional on each of the bunnies notice because we covered with alcohol markers that they seep through the paper. It's no big deal because we have to paper layered. But I said, like I wanted to let them dry because I get to see the true colors when you let him drive. Okay, so now we're gonna put this little bunny, this little back border around here, this outline again. Look over the top of something when you do that to get it centered. Good. Okay, Good. And has that three D effect on them. But even we'll put that onto the card. I think I'm even gonna put dimensions behind the bunny as well. You can never have too many dimensional ID like when it pops it up. All right, so this card is almost done. We have a little ducky to add to it in a minute. Okay, Now we're gonna add this bunny to the top card, and we could even use ducks as well. I'll show you how the ducks look, but I was trying to go for, like, showing you how you could take all the same shapes. And I wanted to just show you how different they'll come out using the same shapes, which is kind of fun. Okay. And then get some dimensional here, okay? And we're gonna add that to this card. Cute little bunny. I don't know what happened down there. Get a little extra at my I like it. OK, now we have two cards now. We're gonna too little deck. So let's put the since we already have a purple jacket on, that one will put that one there. We already have a little highly and heather jackets will put that one over there and then for this for the little duck shinny that what's called the mini dimensional. But if you only have big dimensional what you need to do, just cut them. So if you only have, like, big foam adhesives, cut them so that they don't stick out of the side. Oops. OK, so he's sticking up. Looks like he's going happy spring. Okay? And we'll put this little guy down here. I mean, I just love spring, But again, these skills year, you've learned can work any time of year. Okay, crafty friends, great job creating this project. Okay, so the skills that you'd covered in this course okay, we have covered how to use the brother scan and cut to cut out the different matting and layering for your card. And then we use the brothers can and cut too Cut out card. So this was using designer shares paper. Then we learned how to cut out card stock like color card stock. So you learned about setting the settings for different weights of paper. And then we stamp those sentiments on the shapes that we cut up. And then you learned how to stamp and scan and cut out stamped images. And then we also added that extra little bonus of being able to put extra little borders air out my distance around the stamped images. And then you learned a little bit about, you know, mass producing cards. I explained how to save and retrieve a file, a cutting file. So that was a good skill that you learned. And that way you can reuse your designs over and over again, okay? And you also learn to adjust assemble cards, color stamped images and many other skills. So I hope you gained a lot in this course, and I hope that you'll review it as well. All right, So here's some other projects I did with this step set. So again, just using the brothers can and cut to cut out these little ducks. I created her. She nugget treats, and I used that same paper. These are like little piece of heaven. They're chocolate with almond, Amanda toffee inside. And then again, same thing. We just it Happy spring. I mean, all these circles, same same thing. We just We just covered all those skills. Okay, then I did some skittle treats, and I colored in the little square of the little duck. I put them on Wobble Springs. Okay, just use Skittles. I had read it. I had a big bag of Skittles, and then I used the red and brown ones for Valentine's Day treats. So then I had all left over, like, these air spring colors. I'm like, Hey, this will be cool for spring. Okay, so, you know, again, brother, scan and cut made this possible. You just stamp in image onto a paper, you get a square, and it's not the same. Okay, then I made a little tiny card with the little duck. I'm just loving these little text. So this is just a little You take a six by six piece of card stuck and you scored a three inches, and then you have, you know, just a little three by three card little envelope. Super cute. So that's another project for spring. And then I made finally a bunch of these little jelly bean treats. So here, my little wobbling bunnies again. Whatever color paper you have, just kind of make sure your your paper coordinates And that's how you can, you know, make sure that you have, you know, really nice looking projects when your paper coordinates. We didn't use the sparkle pen. Like I said in that when I was talking about using the glitter pen, we didn't use that. But there's there's showing you what it looks like. Okay? And I think I might add, you know, after the courses ever add a little sparkle to the cards, but that's what that is. It's called the wink of Stella Glitter pen. Let me just focus that. Okay, so there's the duck and the square. Okay, so these air just ideas for you using some cellophane bags, jelly bean, some skittles, whatever you have. So spring is fun. So decorate stamp, use your brother scan and cut, or your cricketer whatever machine you have to like. You know, it implements some of the ideas that you learned in this course. And I really thank you for taking my course and taking your time out to learn these crafting skills. Bye. For now,