Fleur Smith – Pennant Stamps

I have fallen in love with planning all over again, when I was younger I always had a planner and would doodle in it and glue pictures and stickers in it. Now the whole planner craze has come back and it’s so much fun! For the Pennant stamps this month I decided to make some page flags for my planner. I stamped all the different fun patterns in the stamp set on patterned paper then added some stickers and the coordinating Epiphany Crafts Bubble Caps.


I love these coordinating Stamps and Tools sets it makes it so easy to personalize your projects.


I used the MAMBI Happy Planner with The Planner Society’s planner kit to create this fun weekly spread.



This page flag set is perfect for all you planners out there, some of the stamps even have  spaces where you could write what you want on them.













Supplies: Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool Pennant 25, Epiphany Crafts Bubble Cap Pennant 25, Epiphany Crafts Pennant Stamp, MAMBI Happy Planner, The Planner Society planner kit, Ink – Versafine

December Planner Fun From The Planners Guild!


I have always been a “planner girl.” Back in high school I had my trusty old Filofax. It was a gray vinyl with black speckles and had a cool Velcro closure! In high school I switched to one by Avery and my roommate and I used to right down one sentence about our day in each of the calendar pages. Then came the digital age…everyone kept talking to me about “syncing my calendars” and keeping everything on my phone and setting up “reminders.” Of course, I fought this and instead of actually doing it, I printed out the pages from iCal and kept doing it by hand. And yes, I still use a yellow notepad to write “notes,” I just can’t help myself.

So of course, I was the happiest when I heard Planners are back! Wait, I can combine my love of scrapbooking and writing things down…this is awesome! I chose the “Happy Planner” by Me & My Big Ideas. I love it. There are a lot of planners to choose from, but this one has everything I need- lots of big pages, great graphics, and plenty of room to decorate! Of course, I didn’t stop there. Wouldn’t it be great to have a themed product  line, that not only works in your planners but also in your scrapbook, Project Life, December Daily, and more? So The Planners Guild was born. I figured I would get a jump on December and get my month done with our November Kit.


First of all, there are a ton of stickers in this kit! Over 70! So after my month was done, I have plenty left over for other things!


There are die cuts too- so I created a covered list where I can write down my Christmas gifts and hide it away from prying eyes. I just used one of the circle stickers from the sticker sheet as the “hinge.”


I printed the “Don’t Peek” on my printer because my handwriting looks like someone is leaving a ransom note…


I used half of one of the page tabs to go across two days. See what I mean about my handwriting?



The Star strip acts like a checklist, so when things get crazy in December, I will be able to make my “To Do” list and check it off when it’s done.


There is just so much stuff in this kit! I barely used any of it and got my month done in no time at all. There are more die cuts, 6 X 6 paper squares to make notes, handmade clips, mini clear stamps, and product from other companies…plenty of stuff for multiple projects!

The Planners Guild is a monthly subscription kit. The Kit ships between the 16th-20th of every month. I’ve seen January and it is adorable! You can see all the details here. The last day to sign up to receive the December Kit “Reindeer Games” is November 15th. So don’t wait!

Happy Planning! Oh, and did you see something on my calendar for Epiphany Crafts we haven’t announced yet?

Dishwasher magnet…

Hello everyone!

Diana here today sharing with you a dishwasher magnet I made using the SST-50 Shape Studio tool Pennant 25, coordinating SSA-52 Pennant 25 bubble caps AND the new Pennant Stamps available through our Savvy Shoppers Club! Have you joined yet?

I don’t know about you, but at our house, for some reason, NO ONE ever sees the “clean” light on our dishwasher! So, I decided I would make a sign so everyone knows if the dishes are “clean” or “dirty”.  Nothing is worse than having to run your dishwasher a second time because someone decided to put their dirty dishes in the dishwasher full of clean dishes! LOL!!

This project is really easy to make.

Start with a light piece of cardboard as the base for your magnet to keep the magnet a little more sturdy.  Choose the papers you want to use.  Scraps would work well for this project!  I chose papers that coordinate well with our kitchen.

Cut one piece of paper the same size as the cardboard to cover it completely and then the second paper a little smaller, leaving a bit of a border.

Next, choose the letters you want to use to spell the words “clean” and “dirty”.  They have to be small to fit inside your pennant tool.  You can also write the letters out if you wish.  Stick the letters down on your paper leaving a bit of room to stamp around them.

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Next, take your Epiphany Crafts pennant stamp (there are 24 to choose from, but for this project I chose the stitched outline) and stamp around the letters.

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Using your Epiphany Crafts SST-50 Shape Studio tool Pennant 25 and coordinating bubble caps, punch out your letters.

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The Pennant stamp really make the letters POP!

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Next you will glue your letters to some embroidery thread or thin ribbon.

There are 5 letters in the words “clean” and “dirty” and we are going to create this magnet so when you turn it upside down the words will flip over.  When you are gluing your letters onto the thread or ribbon, you are going to glue them back to back.  You will attach the letter “y” behind the letter “c”, the letter “t” behind the letter “l” and so on so when the magnet is turned upside down the words read properly.

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Once your letters are attached to your thread or ribbon, you can attach it to your magnet base.  I chose to staple mine on.  Attach your string of words to approximately the middle of the base.

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Once you have your string of words attached, stick your magnetic strips onto the back and then finish by embellishing the front!

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Say good-bye to double washes FOREVER!! 😀

Click on this link to see a short video on how the magnet works!

Products used:


Happy Is a Way of Life | Clear Stamps | Tarrah McLean

Hi there Epiphany fans!

It’s Tarrah joining you today, I would like to share a scrapbook layout with you that I recently created incorporating the Round 25 Tool and round bubble caps along with the awesome new Epiphany Crafts Round Clear Stamps! I just love the choice of 10 stamps you get, they co-ordinate perfectly with both the Round 14 tool and the Round 25 tool and bubble caps!

I chose the stamp that had small dots right around the diameter and used this stamp with some Staz On ink to enhance my round epoxy shapes that I made with a die cut and the Round 25 tool and bubble caps.

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A close up of one of the handmade epoxy shapes with the stamp circling the outside..

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Another close up…


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Thanks so much for joining me on the EC blog today! I hope I have inspired you to get some of these wonderful new clear stamps and co-ordinate them with your EC tools!

Happy creating…

Tarrah x

savvy shoppers = savvy gift givers…

if you haven’t joined the savvy shoppers club you NEED to!  i love epiphany crafts tools, they make gift making super fast and it looks like you spent forever on it. the day i got my pennant stamp set i needed a quick little card/gift for my parents anniversary. so i pulled out the stamp set, my pennant tool and some instax goodies. i was done within 10-15 minutes.


For all the details on the Savvy Shoppers Club click here.

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so here’s a quick look at what i did because it was super quick and easy!

i had taken a picture with my phone of a picture of my parents the night they got engaged and then i sent it to my instax printer.

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next i added a heidi swapp instax mini sticker frame to the picture. then i used a pennant stamp that said love at the top from the savvy shoppers stamp set. made it into a bubble cap and then used the pennant tool and glitter paper to make some plain pennants. used glue dots to attach to the picture and set it in a wood block photo holder from the same instax line, added ribbon and done.

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my parents loved it!

products used

epiphany crafts – pennant tool, pennant stamp set, pennant bubble cap

heidi swapp – instax stickers, wood block frame

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misc – ribbon, glue dots, gold paint marker, glitter paper