Scan N Cut Saturday – 5 Ways To Add Foiled Detail With Your Scan N Cut

This week I took a look through some of the available options for adding foiled detail with your Brother Scan N Cut. The official kit isn’t the only option so it’s worth a look if you want to explore this feature…

In the video I will briefly talk about Toner Sheets, Toner Pens, The Official Foiling Kit, the We R Memory Keepers Foil Quill and glue pens.

So, just hit play!

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4 thoughts on “Scan N Cut Saturday – 5 Ways To Add Foiled Detail With Your Scan N Cut

  1. Great informative video John.
    I have done a little foiling using my laserprinter and laminator.
    I would love to try a glue pen, never thought of trying that.
    Thank you so much for sharing, stay safe and have a wonderful day.

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  2. I started with the brother kit but found it difficult to find the pens as they weren’t readily available so i got the W R memory keepers and that works well I also have preprinter laminate sheets from TTL also ther foil pen which is very thick the sheets are good as you can print your own designs.

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  3. Useful information as usual – thanks John. I personally use the We R memory keepers foil quills and find them easy to use with good results.

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