Mother’s Day Treats with Epiphany Crafts

Hi there! Jennifer here, and we have been celebrating Mother’s Day here on the Epiphany Crafts blog.

Today I’ve created a necklace and card to share with you using the Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Round Tool and Bubble Caps.

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I used the Round 25 Tool along with one of the rhinestone charms to make a necklace, then slipped it into a small jewelry box.

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And here’s the card to go with! I kept the colors nice and soft and added a flower. I also added some machine stitching to give the card some texture.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!


 

Need a gift for Mother’s Day? Want to make something unique and different from all the rest!

We’ve got just the ticket with these printables! Just use your Epiphany Crafts Round 25 Tool and your Epiphany Crafts Charms for a unique and special gift!

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Downloads available here.

Then select your Round 25 Tool, Bubble Caps and Charms and get busy creating something special for Mom!

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It’s Time for Our Next Design Team Call!

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That’s right!

We’re looking to add to our talented team and we hope YOU will apply to join us!

 

We are looking for 6-8 Designers for the Epiphany Crafts Team.

****International Applicants are Welcome!****

 We provide for all of our design team members:

 Free Epiphany Crafts Products

Exclusive previews to any of our upcoming products

Name, Bio and Gallery on our Blog

Link to your own personal blog from our Blog

Private Message Board from DT members only

Compensation for projects used at trade shows or in on air presentations.

Requirements for design team members:

      6 month term (May 15-November 15)

2 layouts/card/projects or video a month

Post your project on your blog and galleries and Pinterest

Ability to take great photos!! We need to see the projects shine as well as our Epiphany Crafts products!

Ability to share about your project and Epiphany Crafts on your blog, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram (we love engaged and active designers!)

Able to meet deadlines!

To apply:

      Submit 5 layouts/card/projects that best represent your style. These do NOT need to be new however one
      project should show a creative use of buttons and/or epoxies. Preferably use Epiphany Crafts products.

Provide us with your Name, Address and Email

A link to your scrapbook galleries if applicable

Mention any current or past design teams

Short Bio about you

A link to your blog/Facebook/Twitter/Pinterest Profiles etc

Please send your entries to: info@epiphanycrafts.com

Deadline is May 5th!

*{happy easter}*

It’s Easter week! We’re celebrating!

I made a card using the round and heart tools. This card was super fun to make, the tools are a perfect match for adding embellishments to the eggs. Check out the fun details:

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Here’s a close up.

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Thanks for letting me share with you! Hope you’re having a great Easter Week if you’re celebrating it! Happy Passover too!


Have you heard? We’re celebrating our 9,000th Facebook Fan! That’s right! And to celebrate we’re giving YOU a chance to win an amazing assortment of some of our most popular tools! So what are you waiting for? Enter to WIN!

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day Project.

Looking for a last minute touch of green for your St. Patrick’s Day outfit?

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We have digital downloads to fit the Shape Studio Tools Round 25 available on our website!

You can see them here.

Simply choose your design and add the matching Bubble Cap.

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I used our Round 25 Charms in the center of an inexpensive flower from Michaels to create a hair clip. Add a pin back and it can double as a brooch! To turn the charm into a setting, simply use a pair of pliers to remove the charm’s “loop.”

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You can also add it to a necklace. Easy and quick St. Patrick’s Day accessories- now don’t get pinched!

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Monster Bookmarks…

Hello everyone! It’s Diana here today to show you how to create some really adorable monster bookmarks.  I was inspired by an image I found on Pinterest.

Books are always a wonderful gift to give, so I thought I would create some bookmarks that could be given with the books (or with the bookstore gift card!).

These bookmarks are super easy and quick to make.

What you’ll need for this project:

First, select a patterned paper you want to use for the body of the monsters and cut a 4.5″ x 4.5″ square.

Next, cut this square in half from corner to corner.

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Fold these 2 triangles in half and adhere the open edge with a line of glue. This creates 2 corner bookmarks.

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Next create the eyes for the monsters.

Select a contrasting piece of patterned paper and punch out 2 circles using your Epiphany Crafts SST-14 Shape Studio Round 25. Adhere these to the bookmark.

Then using your black cardstock, Epiphany Crafts Round 14 bubble caps and SST-02 Shape Studio Round 14 tool, create 2 “pupils”.

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Adhere these “pupils” to the centre of the circles on your bookmark.  You now have your monster eyes.

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Cut out some triangles from coordinating papers to make some teeth and adhere them to the inside of the bookmark on the top side.

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Didn’t I say this was a quick and easy project? 😀

Here’s another way to make slightly different eyes for your monster bookmarks.

From your black cardstock, punch out 2 “pupils” using your Epiphany Crafts SST-02 Shape Studio Round 14 tool and adhere them to a piece of patterned paper.

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Then, using your Epiphany Crafts SST-14 Shape Studio Round 25 with coordinating bubble caps, place your bubble cap on top of the patterned paper with the “pupil” on it, close the top, push down and viola! Another monster eye!

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I made 4 monster bookmarks and  every one I made is different. Some have only eyes and teeth, some have eyes, teeth and ears, some eyes, noses and horns!  The possibilities are endless!

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So what are you waiting for? Go and make your monster bookmarks today!
:-)