Happy Monday! I woke up early this morning, so I could enjoy a cup of coffee and my Bible study in front of the fireplace. I’m not a huge fan of the cold, but bundling up by the fireplace is something I will be doing a lot of this winter!
I shared these Memory Coasters I made last year with my ScanNCut Machine, and I thought it would be fun to revisit them! This time around, I’m using the brand new ScanNCut2 Machine with its RGB Color Recognition scanning. It is amazing the detail and subtle color differences it now picks up, giving me the ability to scan and create cut files of even great detail.
Harlow, Jones and I are absolutely loving having a backyard to explore. Nature walks are a regular occurrence, and finding beautiful leaves this fall was an absolute blast.
So what do we do with the leaves? Press and scan our favorites so we can make one meeeeeeellion projects for the fall. Okay, not really a million, but we are making a bunch!
I’m obsessed with the tiny details! I’ve included the FCM (ScanNCut cute file) download at the end of this post! My favorite settings for cardstock are as follows:
// speed 3
// blade depth 3-5
// pressure 0
*stay tuned for a ScanNCut Materials Dictionary beginning early 2016! I will document various brands and materials along with video and my suggested settings! Super excited to share this with you!*
After cutting the leaves in an assortment of colors and sizes, I sandwiched them between two layers of clear vinyl. You can cut the vinyl with your ScanNCut as well — I chose the pentagon shape from the built-in designs on my ScanNCut Machine.