Personalize Your Wedding with the ScanNCut Machine

Brother Crafts Blogger

Wedding season is in full swing and the trend in celebrations today is personalization. Couples are choosing unique ways to express themselves, showcasing their creativity and style. For the crafty couple, this is an opportunity to shine and have fun. Thanks to our ScanNCut experts who have shared instructional videos on how to create projects using the unique features of the machine, the possibilities for making the day even more special are virtually endless. From creating shower garlands, to name cards, invitations and more, you’ll love the ability the ScanNCut machine gives you to create one-of-a-kind projects with ease.


Liz Hicks, a crafting industry veteran, and Kathy Cano-Murillo, an author, teacher and crafting blogger, share insights and techniques in their video on how to custom invitations, greeting cards, party favors and more to life with the ScanNCut machine. With a wide variety of built-in designs and five built-in fonts, personalizing your wedding projects has never been easier than it is now. Click HERE to learn more.

Garland


With the Brother ScanNCut machine, a glue gun and a little bit of paper and ribbon, Alisa Burke creates a lovely collection of three garlands that when hung together are a pretty and creative addition to bridal shower décor. Following her five easy steps, any shower host can add a personalized touch to the joyous celebration. To read Alisa’s downloadable step-by-step instructions, click HERE.

Name tag


A simply elegant way to decorate banquet tables and express sincere thanks to guests for attending your event is to create custom name cards. With decorative elements of your liking and six simple steps, you can create a moment of delight for guests as they enter the reception and find a heartfelt welcome that captures the unique spirit of occasion and reflects the special couple they’ve come to celebrate. Click HERE for step-by-step instructions. With all of our videos, project gallery and helpful blog posts, you’ll be sure to find inspiration for a variety of projects that represent your style and the personality for your event. And don’t forget to share pictures of your beautiful finished work with us on Facebook and Twitter!  
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Sheryl Says:
4/26/2015 9:19:36 PM

fantastic:

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Karen hornsten Says:
12/19/2014 1:04:21 PM

Have begun integrating my scan n cut into my life and origami flower business. I can now cut as many squares and circles in patterns and different sizes as I want to make the petals of my Kusudama flowers!! Happy here!!

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Sandera Charles Says:
9/17/2018 12:01:01 AM

I do not no any thing need much help

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Lynn West Says:
8/23/2014 7:42:12 AM

Just got my scan n cut.I want to learn everything it can do

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Bettaa Says:
8/16/2018 8:16:51 AM

Nice

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