“Sweet Bliss Ring with Upcycled Gift Holder” by Jennifer Priest
Epiphany Crafts Supplies:
Epiphany Crafts Flower 25 Shape Studio
Epiphany Crafts Vintage Settings Empty Packaging
Epiphany Crafts Round 25 Shape Studio and Bubble Caps
Epiphany Crafts Jewelry Settings Rings
Epiphany Crafts Jewelry Settings Metal Charms Round 25
The Coral Couture Collection by Die Cuts With a View
Pearl Bling, Chipboard Nestaboard by Want2Scrap
Paint by Americana
Ink by ColorBox
Stamp by Stampin’ Up!, Michael’s (Damask)
Scalloped Circle Punch by Marvy Uchida
Ribbon, Lace, and Pink Metallic Shred by hydrangeahippo.etsy.com
Diction Stickers by Authentique Paper
I love the packaging that the Epiphany Crafts Vintage Settings come in–it is perfect to re-use as a gift holder. Even if you don’t have any Epiphany Crafts packaging to use, this same technique can be applied to any clam-shell style shallow packaging you might have otherwise thrown into the garbage.
Use the paper sheet from inside the packaging as a template to cut patterned paper for the inside of the package. If you are using white backed paper like the Die Cuts With A View paper used here, cut two pieces of paper and adhere them back to back.
The Epiphany Crafts Vintage Settings packaging has a hole where the package blisters out to make a space for the products (or our gift) to sit. Punch a scalloped circle from coordinating paper and use the paper from the packaging to line up the circle on to the new paper cut to go inside the packaging.
Insert the paper into the packaging and use a pen to mark the hang-hole. Remove the paper and punch the hole with a punch. Return the paper to the package.
I created the ring by adding a couple of word stickers to the patterned paper and creating a Round 25 Shape with the Epiphany Crafts Round 25 Shape Studio. I snipped the hook from the Epiphany Crafts Jewelry Settings Metal Charms Round 25 with diagonal wire cutters and applied the Round 25 Shape to the center of the Charm. I then applied the Charm to the Ring Jewelry Setting. I rolled some metallic pink shred into a finger like shape and mounted the ring onto it. I applied 3 self-adhesive bling pearls to the top of the Round 25 Shape to give the ring more height and dimension.
Then I inserted the ring and a little but more shred into the packaging and snapped it closed. I tied the top closed with a piece of ribbon and a piece of lace, attaching a chipboard gift tag I painted and then stamped with “to/from”. I then added flowers punched from scrap paper using the Epiphany Crafts Flower 25 Shape Studio–did you know you can use any of the Shape or Button Studios without Caps or Buttons to make punchies?!
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