Life is a Journey Travel With Me – Fleur’s Travel Project

This summer to document my travels I am using a Midori style book and I created some notebooks to go inside. I bought this cute fabric Fauxdori from CakePaperie on Etsy and made some fun charms for it using the Epiphany Crafts Round 14 and 25 tools and the coordinating charms.

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I also created a midori sized notebook with plain paper to add some photographs and other items.

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I also found some notebooks at Michaels that fit inside so I recovered them with the same collection from Crate paper and added some fun embellishments with the Epiphany Crafts Chevron 25 and Round 14 tools and coordinating Bubblecaps.

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I can’t wait to use this pretty book to document my summer travels.

Supplies: Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool Round 14, Shape Studio Tool Round 14 Bubble Caps, Epiphany Crafts Round 14 Metal Charms, Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool Round 25, Shape Studio Tool Round 25 Bubble Caps, Epiphany Crafts Round 25 Metal Charms, Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool Chevron 25, Shape Studio Tool Chevron 25 Bubble Caps, Midor – CakePaperie on Etsy, Paper, Stickers and chipboard – Journey collection from Crate Paper, Notebooks – Michaels

 

Cape York Roadtrip|Travel Week|Tarrah McLean

Hi there Epiphany Crafts fans!

It’s Tarrah back with you today to share a layout with you for travel week!

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A couple of years ago my husband and our eldest son went on a huge

roadtrip with some friends to the very Northern tip of Australia….

of course they had to get evidence that they actually got right to the tip!

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I have used the round 25 tool with the round bubble caps and the heart 25 tool

with the heart bubble caps to create embellishments that compliment my travel themed layout….

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Thanks so much for joining me here on the Epiphany Crafts blog today! We would love to see what travel themed projects you create with your EC tools, be sure to share on our Facebook page what you have created!

Happy crafting!

Tarrah x

Let’s Go!

Hi everyone it’s Manda here and this week is Travel Week on the Epiphany Crafts blog.

Travelling is one of my favourite things to scrap and I am lucky enough to get away on a trip or two each year so my passport is one of my most important possessions so it seemed the perfect subject for this weeks theme.

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I used the Pink Paislee Atlas Collection for this layout and a cut file that I designed and knew that the Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Chevron Tool 25 and co-ordinating Chevron Bubble Caps would fit perfectly in between each cut out.

 

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After I cut the planes out I paper pieced each with papers from the Atlas 6×6 Paper Pad, this was fairly easy to do because of the size of the cuts and didn’t take too long. Then I took the paper scraps and made co-ordinating chevrons to go in between each cut.

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Once I added my embellishments and title I realised I had some blank space between the title and the photo which made the layout look not quite right but no problems, I just added some more chevon bubble caps!

Thanks so much for visiting,
Manda

SUPPLIES:

Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Chevron Tool 25
Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Accessories Bubble Caps Chevron 25
Pink Paislee Atlas Collection (6×6 paper pad, chipboard stickers, tags, die-cut ephemera)

Welcome Paula – Documenting a New Life

Hi everybody, it’s Katharina again. Today I want to share a very special minialbum with you. I created it for a very close friend, who was pregnant with her first child, to document her pregnancy and the first days of her daughter’s life.

 

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I started off with Pink Paislee’s new Instagram minialbum from the Citrus Bliss collection. Those flamingos fit the theme perfectly, and who doesn’t love pink flamingos? 😉

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The papers from the Citrus Bliss collection offer lots of tiny patterns, which match my Epiphany tools perfectly ♥ Therefore I created various epoxy shapes to randomly embellishment the pages of my album.

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I also created a charm using the round 25 tool and the charm setting, which also functions as bookmark.

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My friend loved the album tremendously, which made my heart super happy ♥ This is the most beautiful way to keep our memories.

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Thanks for stopping by. Happy crafting!
Katharina

stars & stripes

if you live near a target (or you are on social media at all) you know about the one spot, the place where your dollar bills disappear, lol. well i picked up a cute little wooden sign for the 4th of july and it was cute but needed a little something. so epiphany crafts tools to the rescue paired with some paper crafting goodies.

i started with the sign and a leftover red scrap of paper. one of the things i love  about epiphany crafts tools  is they work perfectly for using your scrap pieces of paper. i put some gold star shaped stickers on the scrap of paper and used the epiphany crafts pennet tool and bubble caps. to make some cute embellishments to glue on the sign.

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i also picked up two old schoolbooks at a thrift store that i thought would be cute with the sign…and since they were a little worn looking the sign seemed to stark white. i used some distress ink and a sponge to make the sign match the books better.

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after that i glued the pennets on the sign and added a couple gold star stickers right onto the sign.  next i made another larger pennet glued onto a skewer that was then glued to the back of the sign. on the large pennet i made a prize ribbon with an epiphany round 25 bubble cap as the center. lastly i used a wooden star card i colored with color shine and added some glitter  to put with the sign.  also if i had realized it, i also would have bought the epiphany crafts star tool so i could have put a gold star in the center of the wood cut out card to make it even cuter!

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after it was glued together and i was happy with it i put it on my mantle.

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products used

epiphany crafts- pennet tool, pennet bubble caps, round 25 tool and round 25 bubble caps

heidi swapp- gold star stickers, september skies paper, color shine, hello beautiful wooden card and glitter

bazzil cardstock

tim holtz distress ink and applicator

misc- yarn, gold pen, ribbon