It’s been an absolutely wonderful week for us here at Epiphany Crafts!
Endless eye candy from our own talented team of Designers along with the team at Maya Road!
We certainly hope if you’ve missed a day during this week, that you take a few minutes to go back to both blogs and see what we’ve shared with you this week!
We’re going out on a high note with a wonderful layout and mini album with instructional video too!
Plus be sure to comment to enter to win a very nice giveaway too!!
Coco Layout by Amanda Jones
Epiphany Crafts Supplies:
Epiphany Crafts Round 14 tool and bubble caps
Maya Road Canvas Heart mini album
Maya Road mists
Maya Road Mini Scallop Chipboard
My Mind’s Eye 6×6 Miss Caroline Paper Pad
Basic Grey chipboard alphas.
I also used the green mist to paint a messy border around the page.
Video Link: Epiphany Crafts & Maya Road Mini Book
Epiphany Crafts Supplies:
EC Round 25 Shape Studio and Bubble Caps
EC Round 14 Shape Studio and Bubble Caps
EC Star 25 Shape Studio and Bubble Caps
EC Pennant 25 Shape Studio and Bubble Caps
EC Oval 25 Shape Studio and Bubble Caps
Mini Book Base, Mini Triangle Banner Canvas Pieces, Kraft Typography Numbers – White, Kraft Decorative Journaling Tags – White
Paper, Stickers – Echo Park Paper
Paint – Americana
Foam Brush – Hobby Lobby
Corner Rounder, Distrezz-it-All – Zutter Innovative
Ribbon – May Arts
Smooch Spritz in Gold Glow – Clearsnap
Stick Pins – hydrangeahippo.etsy.com
3D Foam Adhesive – Tombow USA
Hello Card by Ginny Hughes
Epiphany Crafts Products:
SST-41 EC Shape Studio Star 25
SSA-43 EC Bubble Caps Clear Star 25
other products used-
embossing powder-American Crafts Zing
I used embossing powder on the Maya Road chipboard shapes.
I found I got the best coverage if I pressed the chipboard on the Versafine pad, not the other way around. Press hard to make sure you get the whole thing covered really well.
Then I sprinkled the embossing powder on the shape. I always do that on top of a sheet of paper, that way it is super easy to slide the unused powder back into the container.
When using a heat tool on a smaller shape it is best to point it straight down or else your shape will get blown all over the place! It takes a little trial and error, but easy to get the hang of it.
We’d like to invite you to go say a BIG HELLO to our amazing friends at Maya Road on their Facebook wall!
Simply post a hi then post on our Facebook wall that you’ve done so! For being such a good neighbor we’ll enter you to win a spot in the upcoming Big Picture Classes “Ten Types for Type!” We’ll give you through tomorrow, September 1st, to stop by before we pick one random winner. Lots of fun!!
And if that all wasn’t enough…we’re giving away a prize that includes Maya Road and of course Epiphany Crafts! Simply post a comment and let us know what perhaps has been your favorite project or projects this week! Or your favorite Epiphany Crafts Tool…or shoot even tell us your favorite Maya Road products! We’ll take any of those and enter you to win! We’ll select one random winner and share next Monday!
Be sure to visit the Maya Road blog for more ideas for using our Epiphany Crafts products along with Maya Road’s beautiful products.
Then tune in all this week for more tutorials and projects to help you recreate the projects we’ve shared. If you have not yet stopped by the Maya Road Design Team blog…you MUST! Their projects are outstanding…truly!
Speaking of outstanding…that’s exactly what we received from all of you who applied for our 2012/2013 Design Team!
We would like to personally thank each and every one of you who took the time to apply, send us your art and open your lives up to us!
Please know if you don’t see you name listed today..this is not the end of the road! Stop next week when we’ll announce our Guest Designers as well! It just might be YOU! Without further ado…