WRMK Foil Quill – Using Two Quills on the Same Project

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I’ve been wanting to experiment with the different sizes of foil quill tips, and this design from Daily Art Hub seemed like a good one for the bold tip.


Supplies I used:

When I inserted the image into Design Space, some of the spaces where filled in. This was easily fixed by closing the eye on the shapes that were filling the spaces.

I used the Cute Corner Card for my card base.

I added a drawn “thank you” from the Alexis Mattox – Emma Rae Phrases and Sentiments image set.

I made the words a different color so that the machine would pause, and I could change from the bold tip foil quill to the standard tip.

I plugged both quills into my power bank, and so they were both warmed up and ready at the same time.

The broad tip quill did the frame design.

When the machine paused for the different pen color, I put the adapter on the standard quill and put it in the machine.

I used the smooth side of yellow Bazzill cardstock. I tucked the card front into the corners of the card base. The great thing about this card base is that it doesn’t require any adhesive.

See my full foil quill tutorial here.

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