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Made by Penny - Needed a graduation card so had a look on the ScanNCut canvas site. This is the result. Going to make another as cap should have been black and the card itself in blue. I also added a stand.

Made by Glynis Kane - downloaded this SVG file from Craftsuprint. I cut the car out in three different colours of cardstock to give a layered effect.

Made by Tina Martin - Only had my scan and cut a few weeks and still got lots to learn. Love it. My first creation is a framed item for my granddaughter. All cut on my machine.

Made by Marga Davies - This card was made using the Brother Scan and Cut, the Tattered lace USB I was'nt planning on making this card, just finding out what I can do with the scan and cut.

Made by Penny - Created this using sandpaper for the beach, torn paper for the sea and waves. Used the flip flops image from my ScanNcut machine. Just added die cut letters for the sentiment to finish. Simple but effective and I didn't forget that I could flip my image on the ScanNcut so I get a pair of flip flops.

Made by Paul Thomason - I made this keepsake for my son's wedding, it was drawn on CAD and transferred to my Scan n Cut for cutting out. Some of the parts like the wheels are very intricate and would be difficult to cut out by hand. The Scan n Cut is by far the best electronic cutting machine that I have ever used.

Made by Carole Burrell - Made using heavy duty cardstock, shapes cut on my scanncut, sides inked with distress ink, then acetate used to form a front.

Made by Diane Barnard - An exploding birthday box card made on the scan n cut using A3 Sweet treats card, Hertfelt Creation hero dies, Hunkydory Butterflies and some paper flowers.

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