Wednesday, November 16, 2011

We Enjoy Tattered Angels and Epiphany Crafts!

Don't you?

We're back!

With more ideas using Epiphany Crafts and Tattered Angels!

Today Designer Nicole Martel has a sweet layout that perfectly captures a day with her sweet son! We loved how she used a Mister Rogers quote and our Bubble Caps to highlight tiny stickers that might be normally overlooked. Designer Irit Shalom has a beautiful mini book filled with details and embellishments that just come to life with our Epiphany Crafts products! Don't you agree??

I Enjoy You Layout
Designer: Nicole Martel

Epiphany Crafts Supplies:
Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool Round 14
Epiphany Crafts Vintage Settings (Cabana)
Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Bubble Caps Round 14

Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper
Patterned Paper: Pink Paislee, Scarlet Lime
Stickers: Lily Bee Design
Baker's Twine: Scrap Pantry (Etsy)
Cork buttons: Pink Paislee
Mists: Tattered Angels
Thickers: American Crafts
Dew Drop: Robins Nest
Butterfly punch: EK Success
Leave punch: Creative Memories
Adhesives: Creative Memories

Tip/Technique: Use a plain bubble cap to highlight small stickers. 

Perfect Love Forever Mini Tag Book
Designer: Irit Shalom

Epiphany Crafts Supplies: 
Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool Circle 25 with Bubble caps,Felt flower 

Other Supplies:
Mini tag chipboards, birds, swirls: Tando Creative
Inks: Clearsnap
Mists: Tattered Angels
Masks: Tando Creative
Circle Images: Bottle Cap Co
Paints, glitter: Ranger
Stamps: My Minds Eye, Viva Las Vegastamps
Stickers: My Little Shoebox
Metal key: Tim Holtz for Advantus
Twine: Twinery
Flowers: Prima 
Embossing powder: Ranger
Other: Ribbons

Techniques used on this project:
" Perfect tag": White ink stamping, heat embossing, resist misting all over the tag. White enamel painting with high spots misting over a wet paint.
" Love" tag: Mask misting, brown ink stamping, chipboard bird misting with glitter spots over. 
" Forever" tag": Double masks misting, stamping over a misted bird, misting and edge inking (swirl)
The white silk ribbon was misted too. 

So how would you like a chance to create these projects with both Epiphany Crafts andTattered Angels?

Yes...well then all you need to do is post a comment here! Let us know if you've made some handmade Christmas Ornaments for your tree...or what your favorite handmade holiday project is? Feel free to share a link too! We'll pick one random winner next Monday and announce that name right here!!

Be sure to share with your friends the link to our Blog! 


  1. I try and make some every year to add to the kids and grandkids ornaments.

  2. we make at least two or three ornaments every year, my kids love it! we are aiming for a homemade Christmas.... cross your fingers!

  3. I don't know how to share a link? and am simple minded, It's hard to under stand a lot, But I saw the little green thing and thought that, that would be cool to make and crock, LOL I really would love to try the gizzmo this year for all the cards I like to make at Christmas

  4. I love some ornaments I made out of frozen juice can lids and I mod-podged family photos on them. LOVE these ornaments.

  5. I believe that handmade ornaments make our tree very special. I try to make a new ornament each year.

  6. First let me say I love your blog and your products! And would love to get your shape tool, vintage settings & bubble caps to add in my embellishments when creating the handmade altered boxes and cards I make for friends and family at Christmas!

  7. Last year I made handmade ornaments for the family. They were a big hit but I didn't have a chance to make one for myself so I'll be doing that this year. Thanks for the chance to win.

  8. Fabulous stuff 2day! I haven't made any ornaments yet this year, but last year we made Candy Cane Reigndeer & hung on the tree, we took shatter-proof round ornaments n gold, green & red & painted our hands w/ white acrylic paint & put our hand print on the ornament, then took black, orange & green Sharpie markers & drew details on the finger prints 2 make it look like 5 snowmen & dated them! We will probably make those again this year just 2 c the difference n size of our 2 boys hands from last year 2 this year;) Not sure what else were gonna make 2 hang on the tree. Following via GFC & on FB! Thanx~prhmangel(at)gmail(dot)com

  9. cute layout, like the embellies. wonderful mini album made from the puzzle piece cutouts. love the color,the birds. thank you for sharing and a chance to win.

  10. Great stuff! Like Amanda (above) we made the same kind of ornament with a handprint and drew hats and faces on the snowmen!

  11. Haven't made anything yet - but the favorite thing I have handmade for Christmas was a red stocking with a geen top, toe, and heel. However, my gauge was off, and it ended up being 3 times normal size, but my kids got a kick out of it anyway !

  12. I made a few ornaments last year for our tree. They were very simple. I think maybe I should start a new tradition with the kids and make new ones with them each year. Thank you for the chance to win some of your amazing products!

  13. For some "Hi" cards to family members I've made teeny-tiny pictures of hubby and I and used the number 25 shape tool and bubble's to put on the cards. So cute ! Oh, sorry....not very humble is that? he-he But, then again, we are cute and married 52 years. :-)

  14. Great projects. I have spent alot of time making Christmas cards this year. Here is a link to my favorite one I have made so far,

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  16. Currently, my favorite holiday craft is making pop-up gift card holders.

  17. How fun, I would love a chance to play with Epiphany and Tattered Angels, TFS

  18. love that layout and the puzzle pieces are so cute.

  19. super cute layout nicole!! i heart epiphany crafts and tattered angels!! thank you for chance to win! :O)

  20. I don't usually make my own ornaments but this year I made my family some bulbs with our initial on them. It was fun and might just have to start a new tradition. :)

  21. The puzzle pieces are so cute. Working on handmade star ornaments this year!

  22. Well right now O'm preparing and christmas album or this year, I'm so happy or that because is my first! I'm sharing your blog in my twitter and FB page too! Big HUgs.. Maggy :)

  23. My favorite homemade items for Christmas is framing different Christmas cards. I love the beauty of the cards. I add embellishments and frame them and decorate every room. It is a great way to display last year's cards. The ones you can't get rid of! I live to do frames and give them for gifts also.

  24. WOW! Awesome projects! I am currently working on snowmen and Christmas cards. Thank you for the chance to win that awesome prize pack!

  25. I love that tag mini book made out of puzzle would be perfect for my sister since she always has a puzzle out on a table.

  26. Love your product and love reading the blog for ideas! Perhaps, I need one new tool for each day of Chanukah this year!

  27. I have big plans for making some pinecone ornaments this holiday. Of course they'll be made with paper and styrofoam. I also have some banners in the works. Should be a Jolly Holiday! Hope I win!

  28. my favorite project during the holidays is making cards. btw...those little puzzle pieces are so darn cute!

  29. I love your products and also Epiphany. I saw a video Heidi Swapp did with some of your products and pink paislee products and it was GORGEOUS!!! I would love to make some beautiful 3d ornaments. I also enjoy making mini albums so that is what I would probably do with supplies! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Deb C

  30. beautiful projects. I haven't made any ornaments yet but the months are still young :)

  31. Gorgeous projects today!

    I'm looking forward to starting on Christmas cards soon. Yes...I'm behind!

    amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com

  32. Haven't made anything with my puzzle pieces lately. Thanks for the reminder.

    My favorite holiday project is making creative boxes/packaging for the gifts I give. So many cute ideas and I manage to find new ones each year.


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