Our new book Go Create – Book one Beginners Guide to the ScanNCut is now available to purchase from Amazon.
This is a great guide on how to get started using your Brother ScanNCut machine right from getting it out of the box. We include CM and DX versions of the machine in all of the projects; as well as supporting both online and desktop versions of Canvas Workspace. Throughout the book, we cover everything from startup to your first cuts in a variety of materials.
Who is this book for?
If you are just unpacking your new Brother ScanNCut, want to get into creating your own files, or even just want to download new files to play with; this book has been created to help you. We take you through all of the first steps with your machine. This includes how to look after it, set it up, important features and instructions (some of which the manual won’t tell you). We show you the software available (Canvas Workspace) for your new machine and how to use the basic tools within it to get you started.
Projects included within this title include:
- Easy beginner cardmaking
- Create a drawing swatch book
- Your first fabric cut
- Using adhesive vinyl on single colour designs
- Create a mixed media project with your deep cut blade
- Scan a design on your machine and save it
- Use direct cut to cut out a stamped image
- and lots more…
When you have worked your way through the book; or if you have questions on the way; we are here to support your continued learning journey. Join our Facebook group using the code on the last page. This will gain you access to our free downloads, print out easy-to-use reference sheets and chat to others who are on the same journey.
If you love this book, and you want more inspiration; you can also purchase our first title, Go Create: Annual 2019, which has a variety of projects for you to sink your teeth into and available now from Amazon.
Why not sign up for our new membership where we will be releasing premium content and projects with lots of content coming soon.
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