In this video, you will learn how to cut out stamped images using the Brother Scanncut. I stamped the images from the Blended Seasons stamp set using Memento Black ink prior to cutting them out. I used a blade depth of 4.5 for Whisper White card stock. I usually use a 4 but my blade is getting dull. In this video, I show you what the images look like when colored with the Stampin’ Blends. I also show you other products in the Color your Season suite. It included the Stitched Seasons framelits and the Watercolor Pencil Assortment 2. I colored several shapes I cut out with the framlits using the Stampin’ Blends and the Watercolor Pencils for comparison. These products are only available this month while supplies last. I hope you will consider adding them to your collection.
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