Last year I posted a video showing how I made a dust cover for my ScanNCut machine. I decorated my cover using a cutting file I made in SNC Canvas and the Brother rhinestone kit.
At the time I didn’t show you how I made the rhinestone cutting file embellishment, so as it is the start of #rhinestoneweek I thought I would show you how you can make it.
This is what I made
The video for the cutting file instruction is Here On this video you should also see information links to the video on how to make the dust cover and another video showing how to cut a rhinestone design using the Brother rhinestone kit.
I hope you like it.
Ok so I am getting into the Christmas spirit and having fun playing with the new font converter from Brother for the ScanNCut, Ive had this dingbat font on my computer for ages but its available Here
Using just a few random letters I typed into the converter to make a SNC cutting file, I then made the shapes into rhinestone patterns in SNC Canvas, so for anyone with the rhinestone kit activated have a play.
How about putting these on cards or even T shirts for Christmas?
See previous videos for using the font converter app in the “ScanNCut Canvas Playlist” on my youtube channel
In todays video I show you how to make a rhinestone design using any font on your computer and the new Brother font converter app.
You will have to have the rhinestone feature activated in SNC Canvas to follow this tutorial, you get an activation code once you buy the rhinestone kit.
Once you have made your rhinestone deign you can manipulate and adjust individual stones if necessary, this video is just showing you the basic process of making a rhinestone pattern from any font on your computer using the new font converter app from Brother.
Hope it helps.
The video is Here