Round and round…

Hi everyone!

Diana here today to share with you a winter layout I created using my Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Round 25 and Round 14.

We were asked to create a winter themed project and it’s too late in December to create Christmas cards, so I decided to create a layout.  However, where I live, we haven’t had ANY snow, therefore I have no current day winter photos!!  I have tons of older winter photos I hadn’t scrapbooked yet, so I did a little reminiscing and found these adorable ones of  my son taken on his first Christmas!

I kept the layout quite simple using patterned paper and embellishments from the same company so everything co-ordinated and then created additional embellishments using my Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Round 25 and Round 14.

Making your own customized embellishments is SUPER easy with the Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio tools!  First, select the patterned paper you want to make your embellishment from…

place a co-ordinating bubble cap into the tool…

press down…

And VIOLA!!! A customized embellishment!!!

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I also made my own letter “O” for my word “Rosy”!

I made a couple more embellishments with the Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Round 14 also.

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And here’s my completed layout:

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I absolutely love my Epiphany Crafts tools and having the ability to make my own customized embellishments!  And they come in so many different shapes! Check them all out here!

Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you have the merriest of holidays!

Products used:

  • tools – Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Round 14 and Round 25 with co-ordinating bubble caps
  • patterned paper/stickers – Bella Blvd. – Christmas Cheer collection
  • adhesive – Tombow MONO Multi

★{Share a Little Holiday Twinkle…}★

There’s still time to send a little


to someone on your list…and spread a little cheer!

You can create this card and tuck in some star garland and send it on it’s way! Using a Star 25 tool, you can create some festive, sweet garland in no time at all. Punch out stars in coordinating colors and patterns and then using a 1/8″ hole punch create buttons holes so you can thread them onto the twine. I added some punched snowflakes for some extra sparkle and shine. I tied knots in between each shape so they wouldn’t be a jumbled bunch if/when they get taken out of the pocket.

EPC 12-19-14, Shannon M.

Tucked in the envelope, you will find, a sweet garland of stars, snowflakes & twine!


EPC 12-19-2014, CLOSE UP GARLAND, Shannon M.


Thanks for letting me share some Christmas cheer with you! Wishing you the happiest of holidays!

Christmas with Epiphany Crafts

Hello everyone! Chelsea here with you to share a fun Christmas layout.

Recently I found a reindeer costume for my dog, she only kept it on long enough for me to get a cute picture. I thought a Christmas tree on the layout would go perfect with her picture. To create the tree, I cut ribbon and washi tape in different lengths. For the tree trunk I used the square 25 tool and bubble caps. The ornaments are my favorite! They were created using a silver glitter paper, the round 14 tool, and bubble caps. I added small wood veneer stars for extra ornaments and a large wooden star at the top.







This Christmas tree would look great on a card also! I hope you are inspired to create a fun tree today!

Thanks for stopping by!

Cold Hands, Warm Hearts

Hi, Kelly Jo here. Did you know that I’m originally from the Buffalo, NY area, aka The Land of Snow? I have fond memories as a kid playing in snow drifts that were over my head and digging snow forts big enough to sit-up in. So when we got a ‘snowstorm’ here in Connecticut, I was the first one to start digging the coolest snow tunnel ever!


I had some clear snowflake stickers I wanted to use, but they needed some extra pop. I turned them into custom embellishments with the Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Accessories Bubble Caps Round 25 and Bubble Caps Round 14.


I love using the Epiphany Crafts tools with glitter paper. The epoxies seem to magnify the glitter! Only problem is that it’s hard to get anything to stick to glitter. To solve that problem, I used the Shape Studio Tool Heart 14 to punch out my glitter heart. Then I added a drop of Glossy Accents to the top of the glittery heart shape before I hand applied the Shape Studio Accessories
Bubble Caps Heart 14
. (I hand apply the epoxy because I do not want to add glue inside my tool.) Apply light pressure and Voila!. Custom glittery heart.


I’ve used my Epiphany Crafts tools with lots of different types of media. What have you turned into a custom epoxy shape?


Merry and Bright

Hey there Epiphany Crafts fans! Sarah here to show you a super fun way to use your Flower bubble caps (which just so happen to be buy 1 get one free right now!! wooohooo!!)

I was thinking about snowflakes the other day, and it came to me that the Flower bubble caps would be awesome to make your own 3 dimensional snowflake embellishments! First I dipped the adhesive in Rock Candy Distress Glitter, then used my hot glue gun to adhere them onto the snowflakes. then I topped them with a cute woodgrain star sticker each and voila! You’ve got some custom snowflake embellies!


Here’s some close ups:








See! You don’t HAVE to use them to make flowers, just because that’s what they’re called! I’d love to hear your ideas for these flowers too!!

Order the Tool of the Month Flower for only $14.95 here!