Hi there friends. Shape tools are very versatile. In this card I used the oval tool to create my own tulip flowers using pattern paper. Read on to learn how you can recreate this card.
Shape Studio Tool Oval 25 SST-37
Shape Studio Accessories Bubble Caps Oval 25 SSA-39Cardstock- WorldWin Papers
Pattern paeprs- Lucky Charm, Dear Lizzy, American Crafts
Letter stickers- Dear Lizzy, American Crafts
Pen- Millennium, Zig
Mist- Candy Apple, Tattered Angels
Adhesives- Hampton Arts, Scrabpook Adhesive by 3L
To recreate the tulip flowers you will need to punch out oval shapes from pattern paper using the Oval tool. Punch as many as you would like. Papers with smaller prints are best for this project.
Cut a notch on one long end of the oval shaped papers. Adhere them to the card, adding some with foam adhesive for extra dimension. Connect the flowers to the jar/pot with stems created with a black pen.
Add a bubble statement with your card sentiment by using a negative space of a oval shape as a template. Write down your word inside the shape. This will ensure that when you punch out your shape, it won’t cut off any of the letters in your sentiment.
Punch out the word, adding a bubble sticker over it before punching. Adhere to your card.
Thank you for stopping by and if you’ve used your shape tools to create your own handmade embellishments, comment below. I’m always on a hunt for new inspirations on how to use my shape tools in innovative ways.
Till next time- Grace
Hey there! Jennifer here today, and I want to share a card I made using the Hexagon tool!
Along with some hexagon die cuts I had in my stash, I used the tool along with some bubble caps to create some cute and trendy embellishments for this card.
Another thing I love to do is stitch through my letters, whether it’s on a card or scrapbook page. It gives a bit of extra texture and you can even sew through chipboard! Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today!
Let’s face it…our NEW Epiphany Crafts Hexagon Tool and Bubble Caps…are pretty fun and fine!!
And with five sides to work with…you can make new shapes as you combine them together!
Point in case…these fab projects made with our Hexagon Tool!
Hello My Name is Duke Layout
Epiphany Crafts Hexagon Tool and Bubble Caps
October Afternoon Papers
Epiphany Crafts Supplies:
Hexagon Tool and Bubble Caps
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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.
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.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
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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!
Simply right click to save the images. Then open in your photo program and print at a 4 by 6 size.
Then select your Round 25 Tool, Bubble Caps and Charms and get busy creating something special for Mom!
Hi friends! I’m so excited to share with you my first project as an official member of the Epiphany Crafts design team.
Quilting has become a hot trend in paper crafting lately and I thought of incorporating that trend in a Thank you card using the Square tool. I also wanted to add an extra “gift” to the recipient of this card so I added a charm with it.
Let me show you how I made my card….
Thank You Card by Grace Tolman
Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool Square 25 SST-38
Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Accessories Bubble Caps Square 25 SSA-40
Epiphany Crafts Metal Charms Double Square 25 38-46
Pattern paper- Lime Twist, My Mind’s Eye
Card base- Yellow cardstock, WorldWin Cardstock
Ribbon- Seam binding, source unknown
Twine- Carribean, The Twinery
Thread- Coats and Clark
Others- Pencil and ruler
2. I used a yellow cardstock for my base and I cut it to a 4x 5 ½” card size. Next, I made some slight pencil marks around the front of the card. I’ll use these marks to make sure I center my square papers on my project.
3. After I had created my grid, I went ahead and adhered my paper squares on my card. I used a repositionable adhesive so it doesn’t move around when I do my machine stitching on the squares.
4. Then I added some straight stitching on the card. I tried to mimic the “x” stitching that I normally see in quilts for this project.
5. I also added some machine stitching all around the paper pieced background to ground the design.
6. Next, I punched out a pretty floral design from one of the papers in the Lime Twist collection. I added a bubble to create an epoxy finish on it and then adhered it to the jewelry metal charm.
7. Then I wrapped some pink seam binding across the bottom portion of the card and tied the ends into a bow. I then threaded some twine through the top of my charm, finished it off in a bow and then adhered that to the card. I love added little charms to the card. It’s an “extra” gift you can share to the recipients.
8. The last thing I did was work on my card sentiment. I found this tag as part of the Lime Twist collection but it already had some words on it. To make it work with my card, I cut out a scrap of white cardstock, trimmed it to just cover the words and then added my sentiment with stickers.
And there you have it. A card that’s ready to be given to a friend. They’re going to love your card and even love the charm that you created especially for them.
Welcome to a new week!
We’re pairing up for the first time with our friends at The Robin’s Nest!
Well known for their beautiful Dew Drops!!
Designers Tessa Buys and Christina Hereen kick off this week…
I love the Robin’s Nest tear drops. I thought the green tear drops made perfect flower leaves, so I created a trio of spring-themed cards complete with an Epiphany Crafts center.
First, cut book pages to size. Using a highly pigmented white ink (or watered down acrylic paint), paint flower petals onto book pages. Allow to dry. In the meantime, create round 14 epoxies using book pages and Epiphany Crafts tools. Next, use a pen to outline the petals and draw the stem. Attach epoxy centers and Robin’s Nest leaves using Diamond Glaze or a similar product. Adhere book page to card.
Epiphany Crafts Supplies Used:
Epiphany Crafts Round 14 tool
Epiphany Crafts Round 14 bubble caps
Other Supplies Used:
Tear Drops – Robin’s Nest
Pen: K and Company
Adhesive: 3M and Diamond Glaze
Other: book pages
Hello, it’s Christina here to share my project using Robin’s Nest and, of course, Epiphany Crafts.
I used the Purse file from the Silhouette store to cut the treat bag from Robin’s Nest patterned paper and added a closure using Epiphany Crafts tools. To create a closure for the treat bag, start by punching a circle using the Round 14 Tool and Robin’s Nest paper.
Remove the prongs from an Epiphany Crafts brad setting and adhere a magnet to the back of the brad.
Adhere the brad setting to the front of the flap of the treat bag.
Adhere a second magnet to the front of the treat bag and you have a quick and easy closure.
I filled small glassine bags with tea bags and homeade treats and added them to the treat bag. This is a quick and fun way to send someone a warm surprise on a rainy day.
Epiphany Crafts Studio Shape Round 14 Tool
Epiphany Crafts Round 14 Brad Setting
Epiphany Crafts Studio shape Pennant 25 Tool
Robin’s Nest Glitter Discovery Girl Patterned Paper
Robin’s Nest Two Lips Tear Drops
Purse Studio File
Hero Arts Wet Cement Ink
Basic Grey Magnetic Snaps
Recollections White Cardstock
Papertrey Ink Cloud 1 & 2 Die Collection
Papertrey Ink Teas For Two Additions Stamp Set
Be sure to visit the Robin’s Nest Blog for more ideas using our two products!! Also be sure to visit us tomorrow as we’ll announce our Lucky St. Pat’s Winner! We’ll see you then!!
Lucky green! My favorite color!! It also happens to be my birthstone and the color of my eyes. So this was a fun project to create!
I actually have a friend who has a birthday around St. Patrick’s Day so I decided to make a birthday card and gift for her using Lucky Green!
First I cut out the card from Kraft cardstock using my Silhouette. Then I used the Heart Shape Studio Tool to create the shamrock and covered the punched paper Jillibean Soup paper with the heart bubble caps. It’s a rather simple card but that is what I love about it.
I also cut out a bag topper with the same style and filled the bag with green goodies.
Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool Heart 25
Epiphany Crafts Bubble Caps Heart 25
Jillibean Soup patterned paper
Silhouette die cuts by Kolette Hall
Hope your day is Lucky Green!!
Don’t forget to visit our Epiphany Crafts Pinterest page for endless ideas on how to creativity use our Epiphany Crafts Tools and Accessories!