Using a Matisse Inspired Method for Creating a Stencil

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I'm delighted to share my latest ScanNCut video tutorial with you.  I've created a fun Matisse-inspired method for creating a stencil.  Then I use that stencil to create a background for a scrapbook page. Here's the page we created in the video:
Matisse 1 As you can see, the ScanNCut allows you to create super artsy layouts that reflect your individuality!
Matisse 2 Did you notice that I snuck two of my toilet paper tube stamped tags onto this layout? You can really see the size difference between the original cutouts and the finalized stencil in this detail photo:
Matisse 3 I hope you'll give this method of creating a stencil a try!  It's easy and quick -- two things that are super important to me! See you next week!

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Patricia Iverson Says:
3/19/2016 7:21:23 PM

Can I use my outline bitmap files?

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B. JONES Says:
10/5/2017 11:25:09 PM

Can't wait.

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Elizabeth Says:
10/22/2014 6:57:11 AM

Does anyone have problems with the mat losing it's tackiness

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Mary vitela Says:
4/8/2015 7:42:05 PM

How can I purchase one and where

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chris bergeron Says:
3/4/2016 3:27:49 AM

thank you for video's

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Bernice Steckl Says:
7/27/2015 3:56:13 AM

Would like to see a tutorial on using an appliqué pattern ie scan,edit, background scan, cut

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