After the initial Brother Scan N Cut review went live, I got a LOT of questions on the YouTube video. The most prevelant question was how well it cut stamped images. Well, that’s exactly what I’m sharing with you today.
For this, video was really the only way to go!
Now let’s take a closer look at some of the detail shots of the stamped images I cut out.
And here’s that photo scan I shared.
I have to admit, that after my first review I was a little lukewarm. Now I’m certainly seeing how helpful this is going to be in cutting out some of my stamped images for cards- WHEEE!!! And I’m guessing it will save me some cash in those coordinating dies. Who needs a die when you’ve got THIS?
And that idea of taking your favorite punch, scanning it in, an then being able to RESIZE IT? Totally AWESOME. I’m going to be begging friends for punched images from their collections, can you tell?
SO. Now that we’ve had round two, what say you? Anything else you want me to test? Did this review change your mind? Leave me a comment. I love to hear what you’re thinking.
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