After playing around with the Brother Scan N Cut Canvas software (see the link for my video tutorial of that) I got inspired to make a card. I’d watched a video by Jen McGuire using an “inlaid” technique with her thin dies. It occurred to me that you could do the same with your electric die-cutter as well! So I created a Father’s Day “Dad” card using the Inlaid Die-Cutting Technique.
It’s actually really easy.
(By the way, I share how I made the “Dad” image in this video, if you don’t have an image all ready to use. But any image that has a defined outline and an word/phrase or INTERNAL shape will work OK, too.
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