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Not only do we have one incredible project but we have three! Talented Designers Natt Smith, Lisa Wilkinson and Christine Ousley each have unique projects that we think you’re going to love today!
We loved how Christine used our Scallop Tool and Bubble Cap to create the perfect centerpiece for her card…don’t you?
I love making cards because I feel like I can really embellish them. I really dressed up this card with some glass Dew Drops and a Scalloped Circle Embellishment using my Epiphany Crafts Studio Tool
I first cut some background paper from The Robin’s Nest. I wanted to pull the yellow’s and blue’s into the rest of the card, so I cut out a doily with my Silhouette using a file from Lori Whitlock and then embellished it with tiny Dew Drops in blue and Raindrops in white from The Robin’s Nest. I love the sparkle that it added to my card. I also inked the edges with Weathered Wood Distress Ink by Tim Holtz.
Then I cut out a 3D flower from another digital die cut file from Lori Whitlock and paper from The Robin’s Nest. I inked all of the pieces with Weathered Wood and Mustard Seed Distress Ink by Tim Holtz.
The focal point is my favorite and really ties it all together. I punched out a piece of the patterned paper in just the right place using my Epiphany Crafts Scalloped Round Studio Tool and capped it with a clear bubble top.
Try adding some dimension to your next card. It’s really fun and really makes an impact.
Epiphany Crafts Supplies Used:
Epiphany Crafts Scalloped Round Circle Studio Tool
Epiphany Crafts Scalloped Round Circle Bubble Caps
Other Supplies Used:
Dew Drops in Cowboy from The Robin’s Nest
Tear Drops in White from The Robin’s Nest
Patterned Paper from The Robin’s Nest
Tim Holtz Distressed Ink
Lori Whitlock 3D Flower digital die cut
Lori Whitlock Doily digital de cut
Hello everyone! Today I have a fun card to share with you !
This week we are doing something fun with Robin’s Nest scrapbooking supplies.
It took me a while to think of what I could do with all the cute dewdrop in a bottle. I decided on using diamond shape dew drops to add some accent into a card.
- Epiphany Crafts star tools
- Epiphany Crafts star epoxy
- Robins nest white and clear dewdrop diamond shape.
- Pattern papers
- Silhouette diecut machine.
On this card I decide to use a lot of pattern paper without breaking them by plain paper. It might look a bit busy but that’s the keys to make they have more details on a simple card.
All I did with this card was cover card base with dark blue pattern paper.
Then adhere diecut sheet that I cut out onto it with foam adhesive.
Add stripe of glue on top right of a card and the arrange dew drop diamond shape on to it by clear and pearl.
here is the final look !
And this this how lovely dewdrops turned out on my card
This mini has lovely Robin’s Nest and Epiphany Crafts Products in a perfect marriage. I love how they can be used both together and apart for embellishing your projects.
On the inside cover both the scalloped circle tool and epoxy were used with the Robin’s Nest teardrops to create a decorated pinwheel.
On this spread the Shimmer Diamonds fit so nicely into the cut file that was used, the little scalloped circle finished this design off perfectly!
and here the dew drops make a perfect little heart
I was so thankful to be able to try some of the gorgeous dew drops with my Epiphany Crafts tools! Thank you, The Robin’s Nest!
Love You Mini Album by Lisa Wilkinson
The Paper Bakery March Scrapbook Kit
Elle’s Studio Tags
The Robin’s Nest Dew Drops
Epiphany Crafts Scallop 25 Shape Studio Tool and Scallop 25 Clear Bubble Cap
Epiphany Crafts Pennant Shape Studio Tool and Banner Clear Bubble Cap
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