DIY Jewelry Hang Tags and Brother ScanNCut 2 Demo

Here’s an art marketing style video tutorial full of tips for creating your own jewelry hang tags while using the Brother ScanNCut 2 (model CM350).

Brother ScanNCut 2 Demo

I go over useful basics such as pricing, what should be in your box, blade installation, cutting mat size,  menu display & operation, and whether you really need to buy that wireless activation card or the ScanNCut software membership. I also discuss some issues I experienced with tips on how to overcome those potential challenges in your own crafty projects using this awesome machine! Best take away? No need to purchase more dies, cutting machines or punches ( unless you just want to, of course). lol.

Other Craft Supplies Involved in Making your Own Jewelry Hang Tags

The following are items used or mentioned in the Brother ScanNCut 2 Demo tutorial:

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Have a sparkle-riffic Valentine’s Day, everyone!

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