Forever Card

Forever Card

by Rebekah Meier

easy diy card

ScanNCut Machine

Standard Mat

2 Coordinating Patterned Papers

Markers (2) any kind

Lace embellishment

5”x7” pre-cut watercolor card blank

Paper adhesive

Pigment Inkpad


Set the ScanNCut to draw a pattern design using one of the markers.

easy diy card

Set the ScanNCut to draw the word Forever #LO-AO22 from the Menu screen.

easy diy card

 Cut one sheet of patterned paper 4 3/4”x6 3/4”. Center and adhere cut paper onto the pre-cut card.

easy diy card
Cut one 5 1/4” x 7 1/2” sheet from remaining patterned paper. Adhere paper to the inside of the card.

 Cut around Forever to measure 1 1/2” x 4 3/4”.

 Cut paper that was designed with the marker to measure 2 1/4”x4 3/4”

 Ink edges of Forever and marker designed paper. Mat Forever with marker designed paper.

 Center Forever onto the card. Refer to photo and adhere lace.

easy diy card

Disclosure: Rebekah is a paid consultant and has received products from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.

DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet

Mini Pincushions

Have you ever lost a pincushion? It’s so frustrating, especially when something so small is something so very necessary. Thankfully, you can make a beautiful pincushion sachet using the ScanNCut 2 from Brother. It’s as easy as cutting felt, adding some stuffing, and stitching it up. Plus, the finished product makes an adorable and easy gift for your crafty friends.

Check out my crafty tutorial on how to create this pincushion gift!


DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet



Brother ScanNCut Machine

Standard Mat

Dedicated Standard Blade for Fabric

ScanNCut High Tack Adhesive Fabric Support Sheet

Felt (assorted colors + green)

Polyester Fiberfil

Needle and Thread

Lace, Beads, Buttons, or Felt Balls

Fabric adhesive



DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet


Step 1.  Follow package instructions for applying High Tack Adhesive Fabric Support Sheet onto Standard Mat.  Apply a 10”x10” piece of the felt to the Mat.


DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet


Step 2.  Set the ScanNCut to cut two  4”x4” squares.  Cut the felt squares.


DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet


Step 3.  Machine stitch around the felt square 1/4” from the raw edge.


DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet

DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet


Step 4.  Trim edge and corners of machine stitched square.  Cut a slit in the center of the square.  Turn right side out.  Stuff with polyester fiberfill.  Slip stitch opening closed with needle and thread.


DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet

DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet


Step 5.  Set ScanNCut to cut flowers and leaves.  Set sizes as desired.


DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet

Step 6.  Cut many shapes and sizes of leaves and flowers to pick from.


DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet

DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet


Step 7.  Wrap lace around the pincushion hiding stitched slit and secure with fabric adhesive.  Layer flowers, and secure with bead and thread.  Pinch leaf shape and tuck under flowers, secure with fabric adhesive.


DIY Mini Pincushion Sachet



I am a paid ambassador for the Brother ScanNCut.  All projects and opinions are my own.

Easy DIY Sticker Tutorial


Do you have someone who loves to scrapbook in your life (like yourself)? Using my ScanNCut2, I can create custom stickers, quotes, and phrases to add to my current scrapbook project. Watch my tutorial to see how quickly I created my stickers! I hope you enjoy this project as much as I did!


By: Rebekah Meier




Step 1.  Remove film from one side of Mixed Media Adhesive Sheet.  Place book pages onto the sticky adhesive sheet. 



Step 2.  Place book page face down onto Standard Mat.   


Step 3.  On the ScanNCut menu, select desired sticker shapes.  I chose several but did not use all of them.  Scan mat into the ScanNCut to make sure all stickers will fit onto the book page sheet. 

Step 4.  With cutting blade set to 7, touch cut button.  Remove stickers from the sheet. 


Step 5.  Apply paper to tag using Mixed Media Adhesive Sheet.  Wrap ribbon around the center of the tag.  Ink edges of flowers with the loaded cosmetic sponge.   

Step 6.  Remove remaining film from the back of the sticker and place onto the tag.   




I am a paid ambassador for the Brother ScanNCut.  All projects and opinions are my own. 


Black and White Geometric Pillow

Black and White Geometric Pillow

by Rebekah Meier for Brother

I love creating projects that look complicated and time-consuming, but in reality are simple to make.  Case in point is this easy and trendy geometric pillow design.  I created the pillow using the drawing feature with my Brother ScanNCut2 machine.  Using the drawing feature with a fabric marker, I was able to have the ScanNCut draw a perfect circle and fill in the design with the “Fill Pattern” option for the ScanNCut2.  I hope you enjoy making your pillow as much as I did mine!



Brother ScanNCut Machine 2

Universal Pen Holder

Standard Mat

Fabric Marker

Black and White Canvas Duck Fabric 1/2 Yd. Each

Sewing Machine

White or Black Thread





Polyester Fiber Fill



Watch this video here!

Step 1.

First, cut one 12” square from white cotton duck fabric.

Step 2.

Apply 12” square to Standard Mat and load into ScanNCut2.

Step 3.

Set up the ScanNCut2 to draw one 8” circle and select the “Fill Pattern” option.  Make sure circle is centered on the mat.  Place the universal pen holder in the blade carriage, and then select the “Draw” tool, place the universal pen holder in the blade carriage, and draw the circle and fill design.  Tip:  use the grid lines on the screen to accurately center the circle.

Step 4.

When the drawing is done, remove the universal pen holder and marker. Unload Standard Mat.

Step 5.

Cover the design with a pressing cloth (a scrap of fabric or muslin), and press with hot iron.

Step 6.

Cut the following from black cotton duck fabric:  2- 2 1/2”x12” and 2- 2 1/2”x15 1/2” strips, 1- 15 1/2”x15 1/2” square.

Step 7.

Place one 12” strip on top of the pillow with sides even.    Machine stitch 1/4” from the edge.  Finger press strip away from pillow top.  Using iron, press strip.  Repeat using the remaining 12” strip to the other side of the pillow.

Step 8.

Following step 7, machine-stitch the remaining two strips to pillow top.  Cover with pressing cloth and press well.

Step 9.

Place black canvas duck fabric square (edges even) with the right side of pillow top.   Using a 1/4” seam allowance, machine stitch around pillow leaving a 3” opening to turn right side out.  Trim 1/8” from corners and seams.  Turn right side out.  Use a chopstick or other tool to push corners out.

Step 10.

Stuff pillow with fiberfill to desired firmness.  Use a needle and thread to hand stitch opening closed.


Disclosure: Rebekah is a paid consultant and has received products from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.

Tropical Serving Tray


Whether you are having a relaxing weekend or entertaining guests, this Tropical Serving Tray will be very handy. A purchased inexpensive plain wood tray can be transformed quickly with a built in ScanNCut2 pattern design and a little paint.


Brother ScanNCut2 Machine
Brother ScanNCut2 Standard Mat 12″x 12”
Brother ScanNCut2 Standard Cut Blade
Brother ScanNCut2 pattern AR-0030 & BO-A001
Wood tray, approximately 9” x 11”
White acrylic craft paint
Scrapbook paper, one 12” x 12”- tropical design
Thin acrylic sheet, cut to fit interior of tray
Craft knife
Ruler & cutting mat
Craft glue


View video here

Place scrapbook paper design side up onto the Standard 12” x 12” Mat. Load mat into the ScaNCut2 Machine.

With ScanNCut2 Machine, set pattern design #AR-0030.  Adjust size to fit the interior of the tray.   Touch OK then cut, and start.

Repeat, cutting two of border design #BO-A00, measuring 11” x .75”.

Using the paintbrush, paint wood tray with diluted white acrylic paint (1 part paint to 2 parts water). Let dry.

Apply dots of glue to the back side of the cut doily design and center onto the inside bottom of tray. Repeat adhering one border design to each side of tray.
Using a craft knife, ruler and mat, cut acrylic sheet to fit the inside dimensions of the tray. Place ruler against acrylic sheet and score with craft knife.  Repeat several times.  Using hands, gently apply pressure to scored line, and break.  Repeat with other sides.  Remove film from both sides of the sheet and insert into the tray, covering the cut design.  Acrylic sheets can be purchased at home improvement, art,  and hardware stores.

Refer to photo, glue one border strip to each long side of tray.



If you have room on your paper, cut additional sizes of border strips and save for future projects, such as card making.

Cut an additional doily shape to use as a stencil for another project.

If you have your own doily or other design, scan into the ScanNCut2 and cut.