ScanNCut Canvas Snowflake Card Front

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Tomib
Tomib 2 months ago

Again I’m amazed at your skill in canvas workspace. Did you add a “stitched” cut line to the edges?

Belinda Sommerville
Belinda Sommerville 2 months ago

made it, love it, thanks

Judith Glass
Judith Glass 2 months ago

Thank you for this video. It enabled me to make my Christmas cards in double quick time, learning new skills along the way. I really like the way you explain how to do each item. Thank you so much.

Sue Smith
Sue Smith 2 months ago

Thank you Ashley

Sue Edes
Sue Edes 2 months ago

Thank you, Ashley. I have made this card very smoothly in Canvas, and will be cutting it at our SNC group tomorrow! Your instructions are great.

Mary Rottiers
Mary Rottiers 2 months ago

Thank you for the video! I like specific videos of projects, as I am creatively impaired and need such inspiration. I also liked the font you used for the "Seasons Greetings" verbiage. Any chance you can share? I've edited this to ask if you could do an envelope for this card as well? Thanks again. :)

Tracey Jones
Tracey Jones 2 months ago

Yet another very informative video, you make everything look so easy, I wish I had your talent. Thank you. I was wondering if you could do a video sometime in the future showing how to do mixed media backgrounds like the tim holtz brickwork/stonework, or lattice work dies that can be purchased. Thank you once again

Cari Wade
Cari Wade 2 months ago

Hello, I have tried to follow this video and do not seen to be able to weld the snow flakes. It gives me the following error message: "Cannot execute this operation with an open or intersecting path. Please help. Thank you.

Judy Krueger
Judy Krueger 2 months ago

Watched this video and can you do the same with words? How can the words be attached to the top line and bottom if you do a oval . Need the rectangle to have an oval cut out and words welded to top and bottom

Margaret Reynolds
Margaret Reynolds 2 months ago

Thank you again for another one of your amazing videos I really look forward to seeing these 💞

Tracey Tidey
Tracey Tidey 2 months ago

great video again

Jackie Morris
Jackie Morris 2 months ago

I noticed on mine and then checked yours that when you weld the flakes on to the card the middle of the snowflake is lost. Is there any way of avoiding this?

Jackie Morris
Jackie Morris 2 months ago

A lovely card tutorial, thank you.

Suzanne Sharp
Suzanne Sharp 2 months ago

Love this!! Can imagine other items such as butterflies, flowers, etc.....so useful for cardmaking!! Thank you!!!

Scrapitydoodah
Scrapitydoodah 2 months ago

Love this Ashleigh. Thanks for the tutorial xx