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Blue Eyed Baby Layout using Foil Quill

Baby Layout
It's World Card Making Day and I am sharing a layout using a FREE cut file from, my CAMEO® 4, and the new WRMK Foil Quill.  I just can't get enough of this little blue eyed baby! After 5 years here eyes are still this blue!

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Free cut file

OMGoodness - is going to be selling cut files!!  This is the first one and I was able to get an advance copy to play with. So, instead of actually cutting the file, I wanted to play with my new Foil Quill attachments from WRMK. I **LOVE** how it came out. Have you tried out the Foil Quill yet? If you have a CAMEO® or other electronic die cutter you will love what it can do.

Foil Quill WRMK
Excuse the bad lighting - I took this photo on the fly- but look how amazing the foil looks on this Raven cardstock from Bazzill. It was super hard to get a photo that showed how shiny it is. I was worried that it would not give a good transfer on textured cardstock (because that's all I use) but it worked beautifully. It's shiny and crisp.

VersaFine Ink
I dug through my stash and found some round, white, chipboard pieces that were the perfect size to fill in the larger openings. These are from Technique Tuesday, but they no longer make these. Which makes me super sad because I love them so much! I stamped the circles using various stamps and VersaFine ink - my all time favorite. 

Silver Foil

I inked the edges using Wheat VersaMagic Dew Drop ink. I added some fine details with a Sakura white pen in Bold. Just a few scattered doodles here and there, then followed those up with a few tiny silver pearls.

Blue eyed baby

I used several layers of paper - mostly Basic Gray and Kaiserkraft - under my photo. I matted the photo using Tutu Pink Bazzill cardstock. Look how beautiful those eyes are!! Yes, they still look like this!

Layered Layout

I broke out the sewing machine and added a layer of stitching around one of the mats. Do you outline your diecuts or punched pieces? I love the extra dimension it gives and it just makes it pop right off the page. The Stabilo Fineliner in black is my favorite. I buy the a dozen at a time!

Stamping on layout
I have really been on a kick of adding small stamped accents to my pages lately. I like how it looks - it's very basic but adds a lot to the layout. This stamp is from an old CTMH set and I used VersaFine Black to stamp it.

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