ScanNCut Sticker Kit Part 3

So this is the third part of my video series on using the ScanNCut Sticker Kit, there are many ways to use the sticker kit both laminated and unlamented and I am sure you will be able to find lots of ideas on the internet.

In this video I thought I would concentrate on how to make planner stickers using the kit, as they seem very popular at the moment and some of you may find it helpful.

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The video is Here

ScanNCut Sticker Kit Part 2

In this video (part 2) I show you how I printed some sticker sheets and how to cut them with the laminated protective sheets and without.

If you would like to win the small sticker sheet from this video with the “weekend” banners, just make sure you are subscribed to my Youtube channel and leave a comment on this blog post.

I will draw one name in about 10-14 days. UK only sorry.

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Part 2 video is Here

In part three I will show you how to design and print your own planner stickers directly from ScanNCut Canvas.

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ScanNCut Sticker Kit – Introduction

As you are probably aware Brother now sell sticker media, you can buy a starter kit from Create & Craft in the UK which contains everything you need to get you started.

Included in the starter kit you will have

3 x A4 white sticker sheets

3 x A4 laminate sheets

1 x Ruler/Scraper

1 x Metal Pick

1 x Activation code for ScanNCut Canvas (this will unlock more printable sticker designs.)

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In addition Brother also sell A4 and 6×4 Sticker packs.

You can use the printable stickers on there own or you can laminate them to give them a gloss finish, they are repositionable on most plastic surfaces.

Over the next few weeks I will show you the pre installed sticker designs and show you how to make your own.

Planner stickers are popular at the moment, I will give you some links to free stickers and also show you how you can design and print your own directly from ScanNCut Canvas.

Heres a very simple set I’ve made so far. Please make sure you “follow” my blog and are “subscribed” to my Youtube channel to be notified when I post new content.

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