Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Epiphany Crafts Pumpkin Table Top Decor!

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Halloween Pumpkin Decor
Designer: Jennifer Priest

Epiphany Crafts Supplies: 
Epiphany Crafts: Round 14 Shape Studio, Round 14 Bubble Caps, Round 20 Button Studio, Round 20 Buttons, Square 25 Shape Studio, Square 25 Bubble Caps, Metal Charm Settings, Cabana Vintage Settings. 



Other Supplies: 
Blue Mood Beads Jump Rings
Hydrangea Hippo Triple Pearl Stick Pins, Round Top Stick Pins, Faceted White Bead, Lace, Ribbon
Cosmo Cricket Haunted Halloween Ribbon & Acrylic Stamp Set
May Arts Ribbon, Pom Trim
Pink Pasilee Decorative Tape
Patterned Paper by Bo Bunny Press, Cosmo Cricket, October Afternoon
American Crafts Foil Metallic Cardstock
Clearsnap Design Adhesives, Glitter in Charcoal, ColorBox Archival Dye Ink in Wicked Black, Smooch Spritz in Silver Foil, Carrot Cake, and Black Velvet
Faux Pumpkins by Michael's Crafts Stores, Dollar Tree, Target Stores
Darice Googly Eyes
Dollar Tree Faux Black Netting
Martha Stewart Starburst Punch
Bombay Company Candlesticks
Parylite Candles
Crate & Barrel Round Placemats


Designer Note: 
I created this centerpiece for my dining room table using faux pumpkins purchased at Dollar Tree, the $1 bin at Target and two from Michael's on sale. I embellished them with buttons, charms, and Vintage Settings created with Epiphany Crafts Shape and Button Studios and scraps of paper. This entire centerpiece cost under $20!! I repurposed some household decor items to add to the look and those were not included in the cost. 

Instructions: 


Apply Design Adhesives and glitter to the two largest pumpkins for a design element. Then spray the tops of the medium pumpkins with Smooch Spritz spray ink and allow it to drip.

Next, layer ribbons, tulle, and trims to make bows to adorn the tops of the pumpkins.  Add stick pins with decorative tape flags and starburst circle shapes.

Stamp bats and eyeballs onto scraps of paper and made them into epoxy embellishments using the Epiphany Crafts Round 14 Shape Studio and coordinating Bubble Caps. Then created buttons from Orange patterned paper scraps using the Epiphany Crafts Round 20 Buttons Studio and coordinating Buttons. Mount the epoxies to the tops of the buttons for a dimensional embellishments to add to the flags and stick pins I stuck in the tops of some of the pumpkins.

I created two eyeball charms using the Epiphany Crafts Charm Settings and the eyeballs I created with the Epiphany Crafts Round 14 Shape Studio. I attached these to the pumpkins using jump rings.

I then created black and white Buttons and Shapes using the Epiphany Crafts Round 14 Shape Studio and Round 20 Button Studio and added them in clusters to the large white pumpkin. I then stamped bats onto patterned paper and created Square 25 Epoxies using the Epiphany Crafts Square 25 Shape Studio. I aligned the bats so they would be diagonal in the square, creating a diamond, and then mounted these to the white pumpkin as well.

I added several Cabana Vintage Settings by Epiphany Crafts to the pumpkins, adding googly eyes to the centers.

Place three round placemats along the center of the table and spread a piece of black spooky netting over top. Add candlesticks from my bookcase and then arranged the decorated pumpkins among the candlesticks. Fill in any in the gaps with mini pumpkins for a beautiful table top decoration!



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Happy Halloween Treat Bag
Designer: Aly Dosdall


Epiphany Crafts Supplies:Vintage Settings
Round 14 Shape Studio, Round 14 Bubble Caps

Other supplies:
We R Memory Keepers




Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool: Scalloped Circle 25So how would you like a chance to win our NEW Scallop Tool and Scallop Bubble Caps? We invite you to leave a comment for us today! Let us know what your favorite Halloween candy is? Or how you like today's projects! For posting a comment...we'll enter you to win!


We'll select on random trick or treater next Monday to enjoy these treats!!  



And speaking of treats...we have a treat for one of our readers today! Congrats go out to:


 rush said...
i need to jump-start my creativity, and what would be better than a class where i will be gently guided through a process.
Congrats congrats! You're our winner for the BPClass taught by our own Aly Dosdall! Please email me at JSandvoss@epiphanycrafts.com and we'll get you all squared away! Be sure to stop by tomorrow for more Epiphany Crafts Halloween projects!! 

29 comments:

  1. Love these projects!! Especially Jennifer's tablescape with all the details!! Have to do this!

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  2. Jennifer, this is just AMAZING, love it so much! Impossible to think it came out to only around $20, even with a few things from home, WOW! My very favorite element here, besides all the awesome Epiphany accents, is the dripped Spritz...looks perfect!

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  3. Great projects! My granddaughter has a wagon full of pumpkins she grew waiting for some crafty inspiration..
    My favorite halloween candy is Reese cups - but really I love Taffy Apples - I was expecting my first child 30 years ago durning halloween - I became addicted to both! So they are my fav fall treats!

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  4. I love all the projects! I love your products and would be jumping off my broom if I won!! My favorite halloween candy is Peeps!! The ghost peeps are my favorites!! (not that any other shape taste different but in my mind they do!) Thanks for sharing your wonderful products with us all!!
    Deb C
    dsc105@live.com

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  5. Wow the table scape is crazy good!! ALL projects I've seen are fantastic, innovated & just down right creepy cute!!!! Oh, p l e a s e pick me I'm drooling like a zombie over your crafting & my all time fav. candy are Twix!! Oh, such chocolately goodness!!!

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  6. Love the set of pumpkins and the cute tag on the gift tag.

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  7. Those pumpkins are so cute!! Dress them up for halloween and thanksgiving!

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  8. Absolutely beautiful projects, I know I am going to making some of those pumpkins. TFS I am a new follower of your blog, can't wait to more inspiration. pammejo1@yahoo.com

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  9. Nice and simple.... and I would love to have the new toy!

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  10. I love your shape tools - adds so much and goes with anything! I absolutely love your table top decor - so stunning!

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  11. Great table decorations. I would love to have this set to play with.

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  12. I love Candy Corn and I love your projects, way to think outside the box! I would have never thought to put them on the pumpkin like that~very classy!
    Blessings,
    Bunny

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  13. Very cute projects. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  14. Candy Corn!! I love the creativity of decorating the pumpkins. Ty for the chance to win.

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  15. Mine is Candied apple the red crunchy yummo one wow and the scallop is to swoon over. Great new tool

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  16. I love your product and would love even more to win one. You know how food always taste better when someone else makes it. Well I bought a couple of your punches all ready but I'm sure I'ld have a lot more fun with the one you giveaway. Things are always nicer when they are free. LOL Tamalene Nelson

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  17. My fave candy changes each year. My fave at the moment is Take 5. As for the projects, I like the treat bag and gotta love the pumpkins.

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  18. Is there any Halloween candy besides candy corn? My grandmother used to always have them on her dining table for us to eat when we visited her. I would so love some more scrapbooking tools to play with.

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  19. I just love Jen's Halloween centerpiece. So very cute. I better get moving before the holidays are over.

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  20. i like candy corn...but only for the halloween period. i won't buy myself a bag, because it is way too much. i just eat other people's candy corn. i don't think i have ever seen candy corn in little sealed packets for trick or treat!

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  21. I love the centerpiece! So lovely!

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  22. Wow, awesome job!! It came are really pretty!!

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  23. Love the projects! And oh!!! My Fav candy for Halloween are the milk chocolate and peanut butter candies, wrapped in the foil pumpkin characheter faces =o)

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  24. Jennifer your decor is amazing! I just love dressing up the home for fall :)

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  25. Great projects! Candy corn for me!!!

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  26. Inspirations I must do! Thank you, Jennifer!

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  27. wonderful projects! peanut butter Reese for me!

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