Flower Up Your Projects with Epiphany Crafts!


In honor of our March Tool of the Month, we are revisiting some of my favorite projects with the Button Studio Flower!

Perfect for all you Spring and Easter layouts, the Tool is only $14.95

and the Flower Buttons are Buy 1, Get 1 Free!

Order yours here and enjoy these adorable projects!

user posted image
user posted image
user posted image
user posted image
Happy Birthday, Tweetie Card by Designer Tamara Tripodi

Epiphany Crafts Supplies:

Flower 20 w/ adhesive clear buttons
Round 14 With clear bubble caps

Misc. Supplies Used:
Echo Park Paper ‘Hello Summer’ kit
Twinery twine
Glue Arts U Cut it Foam
Glue Arts glue glider
American crafts solid cardstock in white
October Afternoon button (light blue)


How to fold a 5×5 easel card:

Start with your card base trimmed to 5×10″ and a 5×5″ piece of cardstock.

user posted image

Score at 5″ and 7.50″
user posted image

Fold the card in half, then fold the bottom part down, like so:

user posted image

Use a glue runner, double sides tape, or glue, and adhere the 5×5 piece to the bottom half of the card, like so:

user posted image

Then your easel card is done! Add some EC bubble caps, buttons, etc. as ‘stoppers’ to hold up the front of the card.

user posted image

user posted image

One Day Layout by Designer Mandy Koeppen

Epiphany Crafts Supplies:

Epiphany Crafts Flower 20 Button Studio
Epiphany Crafts Flower 20 Buttons

Other Supplies:
American Crafts Pattern Paper
Echo Park Pattern paper
My Mind’s Eye Pattern paper
Martha Stewart label
American Crafts fabric heart
7 Gypsies paper tape
Studio Calico Chipaboard letters
My Mind’s Eye Bling
Target Paper Tape
DaFont.com- Typewriter from 286

Add a little bling to the center of the flower buttons.When I’m in the EC booth at the expos I always share this little idea with the ladies that love the flower button tool but don’t know if they’d use it as much since it’s a button not epoxy.It’s like getting 2 different ways to create your custom embellishments with 1 tool. Use as a button and thread string thru it or put some bling in the center and now its a cute little embellishment.

Happy Spring!










Hexagon Love With Fleur Smith

I try and participate in card swaps when I can it gives me a chance to make some cards and get some really awesome card inspiration from other paper crafters.  I used the Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool Hexagon 25 for this card.


First I punched out a hexagon on the lower right side of a 3.75 x 5 inch piece of white cardstock to make a peek-a-boo for my stamp to show through.  I then misted the paper with some aqua and pink misters and punched several hexagons from patterned paper and arranged them around the hole.  To finish it off I added some enamel dots.


I love how these cards turned out and can’t wait to share them with my fellow swappers.


Supplies:  Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool Hexagon 25, Epiphany Craft Bubble Cap Hexagon 25, Patterned Paper – Dear Lizzy Serendipity, Mists – Tattered Angels and Studio Calico Mister Huey, Enamel Dots – My Minds Eye, Cardstock – Michaels.

♥{Epiphany Crafts = Hex-cellent!}♥

♥ It’s HEXAGON week ♥

We’re sharing some great ideas for using the Hexagon tool for you!

I created this “missing you” card. There’s a multitude of people I could send it to. The Hexagon 25 tool was the perfect embellishment for this card. I LOVE how perfect Epiphany Crafts tools are. They are so versatile and I love how you can stack a hexagon of different patterns and textures. Take a look at at all the different layers the hexagons helped create.

EPC:HEXAGON WEEK:2-2015, Shannon M.

♥ Here’s a closer look at those fabulous hexagons! ♥


The Shape Studio Tool Hexagon is available for an amazing price at hsn.com! The kit includes 2 Sheets of Hexagon Bubble Caps and the Hexagon Tool for just $17.95! The Retail Value is $29.93!

Order yours here.

epiphany crafts + planner love

hi Lindsay here with my planner for 2015! it’s more than a planner though its a memory planner…and i love it! put it together with epiphany crafts tools and its awesome.

i’ve always loved calendars and planning and being organized, but have defiantly been slacking the past few years. i am taking the heidi swapp capture 30 class and i am excited to get back on track this year. plus putting pictures and one little thing everyday in the planner is making me love the planner even more. when the year is over it will be amazing to hold my whole year in one hand with all the little everyday things that happened and the big stuff too.

when i started working on my memory planner i thought my epiphany tools would be great inside to highlight some of the days. so i epiphany-fied my planner. i used several of the tools as punches and with the bubble caps. also i discovered heidi swapp’s new marquee love line’s glitter paper is the perfect glitter paper for epiphany crafts tools and bubble caps. super sparkly but thin so it works perfectly.

planner + epiphany_1

planner + epiphany_2

planner + epiphany_4

planner + epiphany_5

planner + epiphany_10

planner + epiphany_11

i used the pennet tool as a punch to make the little banner on top of the picture sleeve along with the heidi swapp glitter paper and vellum

planner + epiphany_13

planner + epiphany_16

planner + epiphany_17

for the bubble cap on the 3rd i just added some stickles, let it dry then put the round 14 bubble cap on top

planner + epiphany_19

planner + epiphany_21

planner + epiphany_22

i made a small envelope out of vellum to tuck a few drawings my daughter did in it. the epiphany crafts round 25 tool and charm was perfect to keep the envelope flap closed.

planner + epiphany_23

planner + epiphany_24

planner + epiphany_26


hope your year is off to a great start and your are making beautiful memories!


products used

epiphany crafts-

round 14 tool, bubble caps

round 25 tool, bubble caps, charm

heart 25 tool

pennet tool

chevron tool, bubble caps

heidi swapp-

hello beautiful line, planner, marquee love glitter paper, september skies line, clear stamps, 2×2 cards

maggie holmes –

open book flowers, washi tape

teresa collins-

gold alphas

tim holtz-

tiny attacher


washi tape, ribbon, stickles, glossy accents,



Button Up Your Favorite Memories with Epiphany Crafts

I love the buttons that you can create with the Button Studio Tools.  I made a mini album for my “day in the life” photos I took and once I was finished the album had a hard time staying closed so I used the button to attatch some ribbon to keep the mini album closed.



I created the button using the same coordinating paper and used my Crop-a-dile to make a small hole punch in both sides of the cover.




I also created a few more buttons as embellishments inside the album.








Supplies – Epiphany Crafts Button Studio Tool Round 20, Button Studio Accessories Buttons Heart 20, Patterned Paper, puffy stickers and Thickers – Amy Tangerine Plus One collection, Arrow Clips – Two Peas in a Bucket, Binding and Cover – Bind-It-All, Floss – DMC, Twine – Americn Crafts, Ribbon May Arts

Don’t forget! Our Button Studio Tool Round 20 is our Tool of the Month!

The Tool is only $14.95 and the Button 20 are Buy 1, Get 1 Free!

Order here.