*{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!


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Hippity Hop Easter Treats

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For my project today I decided to cut some cute little treat boxes with my Silhouette Cameo. There are SO many treat box files to choose from in the Silhouette online store, the possibilities are endless!

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I loved these little boxes, they were easy to dress up with ribbons & stickers, and of course, some Epiphany Crafts bubble caps to match!

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Now I just need to fill these little boxes up and they will surely make my kids happy on Easter this weekend! Thanks for stopping by!

Products Used:
Epiphany Crafts- Scalloped Circle 25 Tool & Bubble Caps
Simple Stories- Fresh Air Simple Sets
May Arts- Ribbon


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Easter Treats Week and Printables

Hi there!  It’s Lorrie here with a Easter Treats project.  The Epiphany Crafts tools make it super simple to personalize treats for any occasion.  Of course, I used the Shape Studio Round 25 tool.

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The Round 25 is my absolute favorite and it comes with a variety of fun charms and accessories that are perfect for just about every project you make.

Another favorite of mine are the Sour Cream containers.  They make fun party favors.  I’ve included a brief tutorial on these super simple gifts as well as a free download of the Happy Easter sentiments you an use with your Epiphany Crafts Round 25 tool.

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Click on the photo below to download your Happy Easter Greeting.  They can be printed on a 4 x 6 piece of cardstock and are sized to fit the Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Round 25 Tool and Accessories.

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“Bunny in the hole” pillow boxes…

Hi there!

Diana here today sharing with you a quick and easy Easter treat decorating idea – “Bunny in the hole”.

I added my “Bunny in the hole” to some clear pillow boxes I had, but they can also be used on cards, as tags or on any other type of treat box!

To make this project, take out your 2″ and 1.5″ circle punches (but if you’re like me and don’t have these punches, you can cut the circles out!), your Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Round 14, some black card stock, white card stock and pink card stock.  Now you’re ready to start.

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First punch or cut out as many 2″ black circles as you need – these are the “holes”.  Then punch or cut out out the same amount of 1.5″ white circles.  Next make the bunny feet by cutting out ovals from the white card stock and then smaller pink ovals for the centres of the feet.  Finally make your bunny tails using your Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio 14 tool and coordinating bubble caps.  Put your bunnies together and then adhere it to you packaging.

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Once you have your bunnies attached, fill up your packaging with whatever treats you want.  I chose Smarties because they’re MY favourite!
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Then to finish off the boxes a bit, I wrapped the them with some curly ribbon and attached a little embellishment where the ribbon crosses.  I made the embellishments using my Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Round 14 and coordinating bubble caps and patterned paper from Simple Stories Daily Grind collection.

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So, there you are.  A quick and easy Easter treat decorating idea.  I hope you give it a try!

Here’s what I used on this project:

  • Tools – Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Round 14 and coordinating bubble caps
  • Card stock – Bazzil, Co-ordinations
  • Patterned Paper – Simple Stories
  • Adhesive – 3L My Stik, misc. pop-dots
  • Ribbon – unknown

Thanks for stopping by!

 


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Go Round On the Ice

Hello!  Malika on the blog today.  I have a layout to share with you that feature Epiphany Crafts circle tools.  One of the most basic shapes, but so many uses for them!  I have used three different sizes on this project, Circle shape tool 25, 20 (crafty band size) and 14.  Today I have used my circles with clear acrylic shapes, rub ons and vellum stickers!  No one ever said, you had to just use paper!  I love that the patterned paper shows through the acrylic shape and the Epiphany Craft epoxy.

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You can see how I layered an epoxy over top of a rub on here.  Layering things up makes me very happy and though this is a small thin layer, it still counts as one!

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Here are some close up pictures of the vellum and acrylic stars under Epiphany Crafts epoxies.

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The “status update” and red triangle were rub ons, so I put them on white card stock first and then punched then out with the circle shape tools.

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I love discovering new things to do with my shape tools and epoxies.  Link up your ideas in the comments here!