Dashed Line Flower Card Part 1 & 2

This weeks video is in two parts, in part 1 I show you how i used a simple leaf shape in SNC Canvas and turned it into a flower, I showed how to assign cut lines and how to add an inward offset line which I made into a drawn dashed line.

I showed how to name and save the project in SNC Canvas and how to download it via USB or wifi.

Part 2 of the video was a live stream broadcast which is on my channel for anyone who missed it. I show how i retrieved the flower design on my machine, how to save it and then how to draw and cut it.

I went on to show how to make the card base from another shape in the machine and how to scan it and make a smaller matting layer, which I cut from pattern paper.

I also showed how to write the greeting using a font I got off the internet from Dafont.com its called Europe Underground, if you want to use it, with the SNC font converter.

I hope you like the project.









Part 1 is Here

Part 2 is Here

Hope is the anchor – Fontbundle Project

In this video I show you how to use some fonts from Fontbundle.net. These bundles are a great resource as you can buy a bundle at a reduced cost for a limited time, the fonts are available in several formats which makes using them on fabric, clothing, card and paper so easy, but they also include SVG file formats so they can be opened and resized in Inkscape, and made into ScanNCut cutting files. I cut the main design in vinyl and the additional elements in card.

They have free fonts on their website, and once you sign up you will receive a free font every week.

This is what I made with two of their font packages, direct links to the fonts are in the description box directly under the Youtube video, hope you like it.


The video is Here