3 Ghosts

My favorite thing to do with my KNK software is to scan and trace. The software makes it so easy! One of my first attempts was an acrylic stamp and since then I’m hooked!

For this month’s project, I took a simple stamp

and scanned in just the plastic piece with the black outline of the image to make my cutting files. And since I have to use files in multiple ways, I didn’t stop with the simple scrapbook page:

I also made it into a rhinestone design for a T-shirt:

and for a cute little Trick or Treat canvas bag using iron on vinyl:


Hope I’ve offered some inspiration for the upcoming holidays! If you’ve never tried the scan and trace wizard, why not start today?

All supplies were purchased from KNKUSA except the T-shirt, bag and background paper.

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About Barbie469

I am a 3 machine KNK owner. I started with the "Yella Fella" and now own 3 (Groove-e, 24" Maxx and a 15" Maxx). I mainly cut rhinestone designs and vinyl for various projects. I also use it for scrapbooking and cards.

10 thoughts on “3 Ghosts

  1. I love how you did this, Barbie!!! SUCH a clever use of stamps… especially for someone like me who has a lot of them but they are VERY underutilized! 🙂

  2. VERY cool! I think it’s great for people to see how they can trace their stamps to create original paper patterns.

    Thanks, Barbie!

    • Thanks Chad! It’s my most favorite thing to do now and it’s such an easy process.

  3. Thanks Sandy! You “enabled” me to build my own stamp collection, just for this purpose. I’ll never look at acrylic stamps the same way again!

  4. Very nice! I love how you used the same image for multiple projects. I really need to learn the scan and trace feature better.

  5. Barbie – I second Esther comments on how you’ve taken a relatively simple graphic and created a wonderfully diverse set of projects – I love it. It has made me look at some of my current craft supplies in a whole new light!

  6. Thanks for the inspiration. I really appreciate how you consistently think outside the box.

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