Hi everyone, how are you all today? Gosh it is 'chucking' it down here, thunder and lightening. Before that we had some sun - only in England right?
Well have I been playing today. I have been watching this Brother Scan & Cut since launch, and trying my best to talk myself out of wanting one and failing big time.
Well I finally went and did it, I bought one, it arrived and I have played. So far it is everything they said it was. I figure I have saved myself £90 so far because I was looking to buy 3 spellbinders grande dies and I don't have to now because the shapes are already on the machine.
I have also found SVG files and Mel Heaton is right, taking them into the Canvas programme to convert them and putting them onto a USB is sooooooooooo easy. Plus there are some fantastic designs around. The rose one I have used was free form Birds Cards.
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8x8 white base card
tattered lace flower dies
embellishment made with my melt pot
- I downloaded my SVG cutting file, took it into Brother Canvas programme and converted it to the FCM file and put it on my USB which I then used to cut out my rose background.
- I then cut a frame on my BSC using blue card, attached my rose background to the rear and then placed that onto my card.
- My topped is a tonic die
- My flower is tattered lace and the red embellishment I made in my melt pot.
I am still in the early learning stages for my BSC but so far, I don't regret buying it and I know I will use it more than I used my cricut.
I have also done some direct cutting on some digi stamps - cutting them out ready to colour. I just need to figure out how to put a seam on it so that will be my next lesson.
Hope you like my first project using my BSC- which I really have to name, but one will come to me eventually.
You take care and I will see you all soon.
Thanks for stopping by.