Foil Quill Freestyle Pens: Project Roundup

Happy Friday We R fans! To get your weekend off to a great start we’ve got a roundup of project ideas featuring the new Foil Quill Freestyle Pens, so sit back, relax, and enjoy the eye candy!

Foiled Travel Globe

Keep track of the places you’ve visited on a mini globe with the Freestyle Pens! You can foil stars, circles, dates, or anything else you’d like. Try and fit that project in your electronic cutting machine!

Travel Globe featuring the Freestyle Pens by We R Memory Keepers

Foiled Journal Cover

Add beautiful foil designs to the cover of your journal or diary with the Freestyle Pens! You’ll have a keepsake like no other, or give one away as a unique and personalized gift.

Foiled Journal Cover featuring the Freestyle Pens by We R Memory Keepers

Foil on your Photos

Add foiled details, like dates, names or places, to your framed photos with the Freestyle Pens! Your precious memories will definitely shine.

Foil on a photo with the Freestyle Pens by We R Memory Keepers

DIY Foiled Paper

Make your own foiled paper with the Freestyle Pens and a sheet of plain cardstock! We love the swiss polka dot in foil on this sweet card.

DIY Foiled Paper featuring the Freestyle Pens by We R Memory Keepers

Personalized Foil Gift Wrap

Foil on the ribbon and packaging for your next gift with the Freestyle Pens! Can you imagine giving a gift with the recipients name of the ribbon in FOIL?!? So cool!

Personalized Foil Gift Wrap with the Freestyle Pens by We R Memory Keepers

Thanks so much for stopping by! We hope these projects have inspired you to create something amazing with the new Foil Quill Freestyle Pens! Have a great weekend.

Make Halloween Party Favors with the Freestyle Pens

Hey there We R fans, Laura here today. Halloween will be upon us very soon! I like to get a jump start on party planning ahead of time. Today, I am sharing how to embellish some cute Halloween party favors using the new Foil Quill Freestyle Pen.

Halloween Party Favors by Laura Silva for We R Memory Keepers featuring the Foil Quill Freestyle Pens

Plug in and allow your Foil Quill Freestyle Pen to heat up.

Start by filling a 4 x 4 photo sleeve with Halloween favors. I filled mine with some candy pumpkins, a jelly bracelet, stickers, an eraser, and a small bat ring. Use the FUSE tool to close the top of the photo sleeve to create a little bag.

Halloween Party Favors by Laura Silva for We R Memory Keepers featuring the Foil Quill Freestyle Pens

Next, use papers from the DCWV Happy Halloween stack to create a bag topper. To do this, cut a piece of cardstock 4 ½” wide by 4 inches tall. Use the scoring tool to score the paper at the 2” mark. Fold the paper in half and attach to the top of the bag using adhesive.

Halloween Party Favors by Laura Silva for We R Memory Keepers featuring the Foil Quill Freestyle Pens

Next, create two banner shapes to attach to the front of the bag using the banner punch board. The first strip of patterned paper is 4 ½” long and 2” wide. Then, cut a strip of black Foil Quill cardstock 2 ½” wide.

Using the Foil Quill magnetic mat, first lay down a blank sheet of paper (to catch any foil that extends beyond the cardstock), then the strip of black cardstock, and on top a sheet of orange foil. Use the magnets to keep everything in place. Extend the foil a little above the top edge and side of the cardstock strip.

Use the standard tip to draw a spiderweb and spider in the upper left corner. I drew a little spider hanging off the web and then wrote Happy Halloween.

Halloween Party Favors by Laura Silva for We R Memory Keepers featuring the Foil Quill Freestyle Pens

Cut the bottom of the black cardstock strip using the banner punch board to create a 4” long flag. I added a small Halloween puffy sticker to the bottom of each tag to give them a little extra dimension.

Halloween Party Favors by Laura Silva for We R Memory Keepers featuring the Foil Quill Freestyle Pens

The foil detail is so much fun! It doesn’t take much longer than simply writing on the banner shape with a regular pen or marker.

Halloween Party Favors by Laura Silva for We R Memory Keepers featuring the Foil Quill Freestyle Pens

Clip the two banner shapes onto the favor bag using a bat clothespin. These adorable Halloween party favors are perfect to hand out at your Halloween party, get together, or class party.

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Have you tried the new Foil Quill Freestyle Pens yet?

 

Supplies

4 x 4 Waterfall Sleeves

FUSE Tool

DCWV 12 x 12 Stack – Happy Halloween

Trim and Score Board

Banner Punch Board

Foil Quill Cardstock

Foil Quill Freestyle Pen Kit

Foil Quill 4 x 6 Foil Sheets – Flamingo

Foil Quill Magnetic Mat

Pebbles Midnight Haunting Puffy Stickers

Pebbles Trick or Treat Bat Clothespins

Travel Journal with the Freestyle Pens

The Foil Quill Freestyle Pens are my new favorite of all tools! I immediately fell in love with them. Without much preparation or equipment you can start right away. And it’s so easy. I will certainly use the pens often.

Travel Journal with the Freestyle Pens by Steffi Ried for We R Memory Keepers

I used the All-In-One Kit for my project. The pens have different sizes (Fine Tip, Standard Tip and Bold Tip). So I tried them first. I could see exactly how each pen writes and what the result looks like.

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For my Travel Journal I wanted to design the background with leaves. For this I cut out sheets of paper in different shapes (paper is from the Horizon collection of Pink Paislee).

Travel Journal with the Freestyle Pens by Steffi Ried for We R Memory Keepers

Before I started with the pen, I used wash tape on the cardstock (underside) and taped it on the mat so it doesn’t slip. Now stick the foil over the cardstock. I was careful so that the Washi Tape is not stuck on the Cardstock. This makes it easier to remove.

Now plug in the Freestyle Pen and heat it up. Meanwhile I stamped my cut out leaves on the foil. So I already have the shapes to trace them with the pen. Here I used the pen with the standard tip.

Travel Journal with the Freestyle Pens by Steffi Ried for We R Memory Keepers

After I foiled the first two leaves, I added leaves to my cardstock in other places. Until the background was filled with golden leaves.

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At the end a few cut out leaves were glued on and the page was finished. Since this side of the spread is very colorful, I kept the other side with the photo rather simple.

Travel Journal with the Freestyle Pens by Steffi Ried for We R Memory Keepers

I hope you like my project and I have already planned more pages with the Foil Quill Freestyle Pen in my album. Thanks a lot for stopping by!

Steffi

Supplies:

Foil Quill Freestyle Pens
Foil Quill Placement Tape
Ink
Pink Paislee Horizon Patterned Paper

 

 

 

 

Halloween Pocket Party Favors

Hello, friends!  It’s Rebecca and I hope you are in the mood for some Halloween treats today!  It’s only August, that’s true, but I just got the cutest spooky paper pad from DCWV and I couldn’t wait to use it to create some party favors.  It’s called Witches Brew, it’s available at Joann Stores, and I paired it up with some of my favorite WRMK tools like the Banner Punch BoardPocket Maker Punchboard, and the Happy Jig for some scary goodies!

Halloween Party Pocket Favors by Rebecca Luminarias for We R Memory Keepers

Halloween Party Pocket Favors by Rebecca Luminarias for We R Memory Keepers

After choosing some chilling paper patterns, I created pockets to house some fun-size candy.  I followed the instructions on the Pocket Maker Punchboard to make 4.25″ x 5″ notched pockets.  You could use the pocket style with the flap, as well, but I thought it would be enticing to give a little sneak of what’s inside so I opted to leave the top open.

Halloween Party Pocket Favors by Rebecca Luminarias for We R Memory Keepers

Both pocket styles are easy to make with the board, but the notched pockets come together super-quick and if you have a lot of them to make, it might save you a little time.  After assembling the pockets, I filled them with the candy treats, then tied black ribbon around the pocket, resting it in the notch; that keeps the candy from spilling out and holds the ribbon in place.

Halloween Party Pocket Favors by Rebecca Luminarias for We R Memory Keepers

Next, I chose some matching papers to create banner tags with the Banner Punchboard.  Most of the tags are about 3″ x 3″, give or take.  I paired each tag with a small card that I trimmed from the Witches Brew stack.  They offer really cute designs and sayings, and what I like most about this collection is that the colors are a more complex palette for Halloween than standard bright orange, purple, and green.  Some of the papers will even work well for non-Halloween projects.

Halloween Party Pocket Favors by Rebecca Luminarias for We R Memory Keepers

With my Crop-a-Dile, I secured the card and tag together with black eyelets to stop them from ripping when I slid the ribbon through the hole.

Halloween Party Pocket Favors by Rebecca Luminarias for We R Memory Keepers

The final touch was a pipe cleaner bat that I made with the Happy Jig.  You can use wire if you’d rather, but I found that 12″ black pipe cleaners were just the right length for the bats, and I can let my kids help make them!  The pipe cleaners are a bit more malleable than the wire for their small hands, but they still hold the shape well.  As a bonus, they lend some fuzzy texture to the packages!

Halloween Party Pocket Favors by Rebecca Luminarias for We R Memory Keepers

This is an easy and fun Halloween project that will come in handy this year when we celebrate my son’s birthday in mid-October.  I’m thinking of having a Halloween costume birthday party for him and I’ve already got a head start on the favors!

Halloween Party Pocket Favors by Rebecca Luminarias for We R Memory Keepers

 

Supplies:

Pocket Maker Punchboard
Banner Punchboard
Happy Jig
Crop-a-Dile
Eyelets

DCWV Inc Witches Brew 12×12 Stack available at Joann Stores

Make Halloween Treat Bags with the Mini Evolution

Hello We R Fans! Kimberly here with a Halloween treat project. I love making Halloween treats, but time is always of the essence. So, using a few We R Memory Keepers tools, I was able to put together some really fun treats in no time flat! Plus, I can always get the helpers around the house to put these together, because the tools are that easy to use.

DIY Halloween Treat Bags with the Mini Evolution by Kimberly Crawford by We R Memory Keepers

After placing your desired treats in a small, plastic bag, seal the ends with the Fuse Tool.

DIY Halloween Treat Bags with the Mini Evolution by Kimberly Crawford by We R Memory Keepers

The Fuse Tool will seal the bag and hold all the treats inside. To use the Fuse Tool, begin by plugging it and giving it a few minutes to heat up.

Note: Put candy in the bag BEFORE sealing. Helpful hint. 😀

DIY Halloween Treat Bags with the Mini Evolution by Kimberly Crawford by We R Memory Keepers

When the tool is ready, place the Fuse Tool ruler over the end of the bag, making sure that the bag is flat and aligned. Follow the edge of the ruler, slowly, with the Fuse Tool. Be sure and place the bag on a heat-resistant surface before sealing it closed. The tip of the Fuse Tool gets very hot, so use caution.

DIY Halloween Treat Bags with the Mini Evolution by Kimberly Crawford by We R Memory Keepers

Once the bags are sealed, it is time to create the toppers. Trim these adorable patterned papers from DCWV down to size. By scoring the paper in the middle, it creates a topper that covers both front and back.

Mini Evolution, Embossing Folders and Embossing Tape by We R Memory Keepers

To create the tricks and treats tape, take out the We R Memory Keepers Mini Evolution, Label Tape, and a Label Embossing folder. The Label Tape is sticky once the backing is removed, making it the perfect sticker for the treat bags.

Mini Evolution, Embossing Folder and Embossing Tape by We R Memory Keepers

Pass the tape, inside of the embossing folder, through the We R Memory Keepers Mini Evolution. When embossing with folders, use the two clear plates. Also be sure to have the Label Tape color facing up to get the cool embossed look.

Mini Clear Cut Star Punch by We R Memory Keepers

For a little more color on the treat bags, add some stars punched from paper with a Clear Cut Punch-Mini.

DIY Halloween Treat Bags with the Mini Evolution by Kimberly Crawford by We R Memory Keepers

After assembling the toppers, adhere them to the bags. One line of tape on the inside-back, and one line of tape on the inside-front keeps the bags secure.

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What kind of treats do you like to make for Halloween?

Supplies:

We R Memory Keepers:

DCWV:

  • Happy Halloween 12×12 Stack

American Crafts

  • Sticky Thumb-Adhesive Runner

 

New Release: The Works All In One Tool

It’s Friday, and it’s a New Release Day so this is definitely one of our most favorite days ever! We’re so excited to introduce The Works All In One Tool!

The Works All In One Tool by We R Memory Keepers

The Works All-In-One Tool by We R Memory Keepers combines over a dozen must-have tools into one convenient design!

The Works All In One Tool by We R Memory Keepers

It features sections that are perfect for trimming and scoring, and special attachments that can create custom banners, envelopes, tabs, tags, pom poms, tassels, bows, and so much more.

The Works All In One Tool by We R Memory Keepers

The Works All In One Tool by We R Memory Keepers

The Works All In One Tool by We R Memory Keepers

The Works All In One Kit by We R Memory Keepers

The Works All In One Tool by We R Memory Keepers

The Works All In One Tool by We R Memory Keepers

It also folds into a 9.5 x 15-inch size that’s ideal for smaller storage spaces.

The Works All In One Tool by We R Memory Keepers

This package also comes with a detailed instruction manual and a URL for video instructions so that you can learn the ins and outs of this versatile tool, and a set of easy-to-use accessories to help you finish the job!

The Works tool starts shipping to retailers on August 23rd, so watch for it in stores and online sometime in the fall.

DIY Dry Erase School Schedule

Hello everybody ! Soraya here today to share a cool back to school tutorial with you ! If you want your kids to be autonomous with their school life, let’s make an erasable timetable together ! You will need : the Marker Airbrush, the Journal Guide, the Magnetic Alphabet Stencils, the Supreme Ruler and some felt markers !

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On a white cardstock, trace 6 tables : 5 for each days of the week and 1for saturday and sunday. Use a black pencil to outline them well.

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Protect your cardstock using white papers and determinate the place where you want your title to be. Use the Marker Airbrush to spray some pink color on it. Then with a black marker, write down the title « My 2019-2020 Timetable ».

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To write the days of the week, trace the letters with the Magnetic Alphabet Stencils on top of each table. The Marker Airbrush combined to the stencils is fantastic ! Shift the stencils a bit to the right and the bottom then trace the letters again with a black pencil. Love how it turned !

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Now use the Journal Guide to place all the « hours » buttons with the circle shape. This is so easy and fun ! Choose the squares for the week-end tables.

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Add some colorful decoration with yellow and blue washi tapes. Create the shadows around the tables with the same colors and add some triangles around the title. Then fill the circles with hours and add some stickers as reminders at the bottom of the page.

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Now you can laminate your timetable and enjoy writing and erasing as many time as you want !

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And here is the erasable timetable for school !

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I hope you had fun joining me for this fun back to school tutorial, happy creating everyone and until next time !

Soraya.

 

Supplies :

Supreme Ruler

Marker Airbrush

Magnetic Alphabet Stencils

Journal Guide

 

Make a Wall Calendar with the Foil Quill

Hello everyone! It’s Eva on the blog today, sharing a quick tutorial for a DIY Wall calendar using the wonderful Foil Quill Pen.

DIY Wall Calendar featuring the We R Memory Keepers Foil Quill and the Park Lane Je Ne Sais Quoi 12x12 Paper Pad available at Joann Stores. Project created by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers.

I don’t know about you, but I always like to start the school year with a blank calendar. I put all my kid’s activities in there and also all the things I need to take to school, that way I don’t forget anything! The bigger the better, so I created an A3 wall calendar perfect to use on your or your kid’s desk.

To start this project I cut my paper into 7×11 inch rectangles.  I decided to use a new Park Lane Paperie stack, it’s called “Je ne sais quoi” and you can find it at Joann Stores. The thing I love about these stacks is that they have double-sided patterned paper but also include some specialty paper and cardstock in coordinating colors!

Park Lane Je Ne Sais Quoi 12x12 Paper Pad available at Joann Stores

I used the cardstock and some 12×12 Foil Quill sheets to create my letters. The cardstock worked great and I love that now I don’t need to cut my foil, I simply put it on top of my sheet and send to the machine.

We R Memory Keepers Foil Quill available at Joann Stores

After I foiled my papers, I removed the tape and sent the file to cut the border. Tip: Don’t unload the mat completely after your machine has stopped foiling so your design doesn’t move!

We R Memory Keepers Foil Quill available at Joann Stores

DIY Wall Calendar featuring the We R Memory Keepers Foil Quill and the Park Lane Je Ne Sais Quoi 12x12 Paper Pad available at Joann Stores. Project created by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers.

Next, I used my Laser Square to align all my elements: the patterned paper background, the letters and the calendar.

DIY Wall Calendar featuring the We R Memory Keepers Foil Quill and the Park Lane Je Ne Sais Quoi 12x12 Paper Pad available at Joann Stores. Project created by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers.

I didn’t include the day’s names because I wanted to stamp them. I used the Mini Precision Press and some coordinating ink. Did you know you could use the acrylic plate without the base? Very easy and perfect stamping every time!

Mini Precision Press by We R Memory Keepers

I love how my calendar turned out! It is very simple and you can reuse it every year, just change the names of the month! And look at that rose gold foil! Amazing right?

DIY Wall Calendar featuring the We R Memory Keepers Foil Quill and the Park Lane Je Ne Sais Quoi 12x12 Paper Pad available at Joann Stores. Project created by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers.

The patterned papers are beautiful and they fit my home décor perfectly!

DIY Wall Calendar featuring the We R Memory Keepers Foil Quill and the Park Lane Je Ne Sais Quoi 12x12 Paper Pad available at Joann Stores. Project created by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers.

Are you ready to start the school year? With a BIG calendar you are not going to forget anything!

DIY Wall Calendar featuring the We R Memory Keepers Foil Quill and the Park Lane Je Ne Sais Quoi 12x12 Paper Pad available at Joann Stores. Project created by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers.

Thanks for joining me today and have a great day!

Eva

 

Supplies:

Foil Quill kit

Foil Quill 12 x12 foil

Laser Square

Mini Precision Press

Park Lane Je Ne Sais Quoi Paper Stack

How to Make a Traveler’s Notebook

When I travel, I often write a traveler´s notebook. However, I often do not write it until after our holiday at home. I have time and with the photos I find it easier to decorate.

Traveler's Notebook by Steffi Ried for We R Memory Keepers

At the beginning of July I taught workshops in Santiago, Chile. I took notes during the trip. What I did, what I saw and so on. And when I was back home, I created the Traveler´s Notebook.

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First, I put all the tickets, city maps, bills, etc. on the table. The appropriate papers selected, the tools from WRMK Journal Studio, as well as a Journal Inserts from Crate Paper.

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Since I like to mix different papers for my Traveler´s Notebook, I took the Journal apart. Therefore, I cut the binding and cut more papers in the same format with the trimmer. Then I mixed some empty pages from the Journal Inserts with the patterned papers and bound them together again with the Book Binding Tool. This is very fast and makes the album more interesting. One of my favourite tools J

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The Interchangeable Self-Ink Stamp with the usable mini stamps is great for my Traveler´s Notebook. First I made a small bag out of Vellum. For this I used the tool Pocket Maker Punchboard.

The bag is for the plane tickets. Therefore, I decorated it with the airplane stamp.

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I love the Magnetic Symbol Stencils. I have decorated a big photo with them. With a white waterproof pen it works great.

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I like it very much to decorate my album with small details. On another page I used the stencils again. First I put the numbers on the white cardstock with the template. Then I punched them out with a Circle Puncher. Now thread the numbers onto a yarn with sequins. With the Crop-A-Dile holes punched in the side and the yarn with the date wrapped around the paper.

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After the Traveler´s Notebook was filled, I tied it together. For this I punched out the title with the Alphabet Punch Board. The cover was designed with colorful acrylic colors and the title was glued with 3D glue dots.

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I tied the album together with a rubber band. For this the backside of the album cover is reinforced. Then small embellishments are attached to the tape and tied together. Now thread the rubber from the inside through the loop and pull it through the loop. So that the rubber is fastened on the back of the album. Now it can be pulled around the album to close it. Ready J

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The Journal Studio tools are very practical. It’s quick and easy to make your pages beautiful. I like that very much.

See you next time.

Steffi

Planner Divider with the Mini Laser Square

Hello everybody! Soraya here today to show you a fun tutorial to make your own summer divider for your planner using the absolutely cute Mini Laser Square! You will need some liquid inks, a water spray, a plastic bag, a brush pen and a thin marker, some washi tape and tne Planner Punch Board.

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First of all, trim a white cardstock according to the right dimension of your planner. Mine is the Mini Memory Planner by Heidi Swapp so my cardstock measures 17×9.5 cm. Use the Trim & Score Board for an easy cut. Then punch the holes with the Planner Punch Board refering to the chart of planners you have on the back of the punch.

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On a plastic bag put some drops of liquid ink : yellow and pink. Spray some water to dilute the pigments then flip the bag onto the paper and spread the color. Use a heat gun to dry it well.

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Time to play with Mini Laser Square! Place your cardstock on the tool and use some washi tape to secure the paper. Turn it on and place the laser where you want to write on the cardstock. With a black brush pen, write “july” on the line. So easy and so fun!

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Then add the rest of the title “for ice cream” going down the laser line by line! Use different tips of brush pen and marker to give a dynamic effect.

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Add some washi tape accents to your divider. You can also place a little ice cream in the middle of the title!

Planner Divider Mini Laser Square by Soraya Maes for We R Memory Keepers

And voilà! Your divider is now ready to sublimate your planner spread!

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I hope you had fun joining me! Happy creating everyone and until next time!

Soraya.

 

List of supplies :

Mini Laser Square

Mini Memory Planner

Amy Tangerine washi tapes

Planner Punch Board

Trim & Score Board