Recently card making and scrapbooking friends have asking about the Brother ScanNCut machine and I wanted to make a quick introduction video to explain what this electronic cutting machine can do for you!
Continuing with my series about the Brother ScanNCut machine, I’m showing how to scan and then cut out the shapes on patterned scrapbook paper to avoid fussy cutting.
I have been using Creative Memories albums since I started scrapbooking in 2006 and they are wonderful. They are very durable and have held up over the years. I don’t sell Creative Memories, but I highly recommend their products.
Ok, I’ve bought the products and tools to do mixed media, and kinda didn’t know where to start. But I hit record and tried to make a mixed media layout!
There are many ways to organize your paper, and I’ve tried many of them! My main advice is this — you want to store the paper vertically so that you can easily flip through it to find what you are looking for.
We collect so much PAPER for scrapbooking and card making. How to store it all? In this video I show some ways creative ways to store 12×12, 8.5×11, 6×6, and 4×6 paper.