These folding envelopes are really quick and easy to make using Brother Canvas Workspace and your Brother Scan n Cut machine.
You can use these envelopes in your scrapbooking projects or art journals. And if you use pretty paper you can use them to write sentimental notes to your sweetheart, or write a special message to a loved one and pop it in with a gift.
Watch the video below to see how to create them.
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Elaine Rickard says
Thank you very much. I am finding it sometimes hard to keep up with your instructions as I familiarise myself with the canvas software. However I hope that will improve as I attempt more designs. I really appreciate your support and quick response to my request for help yesterday
Glad to help out Elaine.
Tonya Taylor says
Hey Wanda & Paula I have been trying to subscribe to your site but everytime I sign up it tells me to look for an email to Confirm my subscription but I have not gotten one. Can you help me? I really want to get signed up so I can enjoy all you offer. Thanks
We have you registered as having been subscribed since 2016, and our records show that you have been receiving our newsletters. The last newsletter was on 12 Mar 2018. If you are wanting access to the crafty downloads page, here is the link http://premium.alandacraft.com/crafty-downloads/. We have changed the way in which these files are accessed and you will need to create and account and password. Simply add one of the free files to the cart and follow the prompts. Let me know if you have any problems.
Francis allen says
Hi all new comer to all this I have tried making a few cards and bits and pieces
Some turn out ok others just get ripped to pieces even though I did a test cut on the card first really confused .com all help much appreciated I have a brand new brother cm900 thanks videos are a great help
It might be worth just checking the blade if you are getting bad cuts. Could it be blunt? How much have you cut with it?