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Gin glass

  • Home Crafts
  • < 1 hour
  • Beginner

Tools and materials required

  • Gin glass
  • Brother ScanNCut SDX1200
  • Crafty Cutter self-adhesive vinyl: light pink, grey
  • Brother ScanNCut Hook tool
  • Transfer sheets
  • Brother ScanNCut scraper tool
  • Ribbon, grey


Using font FO-A101 add the sentiment Let the wedding day be-gin to the digital mat. Move the letters in the word Let so that each letter overlaps the previous letter slightly. Select each of the letters and then weld them together. Repeat this process for each of the words.


Select all of the words and centralise them horizontally and vertically. Group them together and resize to 0.89 x 2.30 inches. Once resized, ungroup the words. Add the pink and silver vinyl to the mat and scan it in.


Move the words Let the wedding day be- onto the grey vinyl and the word gin onto the pink vinyl. Select the half cut setting on the ScanNCut, and cut out the words.


Weed the waste vinyl using the hook tool. Use the transfer sheets to apply the vinyl words onto the gin glass. Use the scraper tool over the top of the transfer sheet to help the vinyl stick to the glass. Tie a grey ribbon around the base of the gin glass.