Monday, November 16, 2015

Oh Brother... Weld the Incline...

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And we're back, with another installment in my Oh Brother series! Not sure what that is? You can check out the first post here, as well as the second installment here.

Now that we are all caught up, let's see what we are going to play with today...

Welding! Ok... I get that this is one of the most basic features of digital die cutting. But, I hadn't tried it out myself until I used one of the many pre-loaded designs on the ScanNCut to create this...


The coolest thing about the ScanNCut is that not only was this doodled flower already in my machine, but so is an editing interface. I did not have to get on my computer once to make this happen! YAY!

Quite pleased with the outcome, I set it aside in my "use this later" pile. And... use it, I did!
To create this...
I flipped my welded flower piece over, using the other side of the paper. Then, I layered lots of rub-ons from the Dear Lizzy Documentary Collection, along with some white paint, and the perfect piece of FLAIR from A Flair For Buttons!

That adorable ice cream cone? Freckled Fawn. And the winking emoji? Cocoa Daisy.

A simple cut with a big impact. Love that!

Oh... and see those tiny little pinked circles? You might remember those from my first post in this series? Well, as you can see... they came in quite handy on this page!

So, what did I learn about my machine during this project? First off... the editing interface is VERY easy. And, the pre-loaded designs really can become anything you want when you tap into the editing features, like welding!

Thanks for stopping by! There is loads more to come in this series! Stay tuned...


Some, not all, of the products I used...

     


1 comment:

  1. I don't understand the machine terminology, but I do love that die cut, and especially how you used it. Great stuff. Michelle t

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