it’s august!

And that means there’s a new gallery full of inspiration at Write.Click.Scrapbook.  This month’s theme is layouts without photos.  Seeing as I’ve hardly made any layouts without photos, this was a good challenge for me.  I’m not sure why I haven’t done more of these pages because I really like the ones I’ve seen. IContinue reading “it’s august!”

epiphany crafts projects

I thought I’d share a few recent projects I made for Epiphany Crafts.  First, a layout:   I used Lily Bee papers, die cuts, and rub-ons.  The flower centers were made with the Round 14 Shape Studio Tool.  I just love being able to create custom epoxies to match whatever line I’m working with.  IContinue reading “epiphany crafts projects”

epiphany crafts, vintage street market, and a project

Last project!  So this Party Games kit totally reminded me of my childhood with it’s vintage game, circus, and zoo images.  So fun!  It totally brought back memories of when I was in 3rd grade and learned how to make napkin carnations for Mother’s Day.  So…I decided to use the yellow crepe paper in theContinue reading “epiphany crafts, vintage street market, and a project”

epiphany crafts, vintage street market, and a card

On Monday I told you about a special cross-promotion going on between Vintage Street Market and Epiphany Crafts.  Well, I wanted to share another project I made–a boy birthday card.  I used the back side of one of the sheets from the Party Games kit, and some more of the fun tags.  I added aContinue reading “epiphany crafts, vintage street market, and a card”

epiphany crafts, vintage street market, and a layout

This week Epiphany Crafts and Vintage Street Market have teamed up to bring you some awesome vintage-inspired projects. Check out the Vintage Street Market Facebook page and the Epiphany Crafts Facebook page to see them. Here is a layout I created using the Party Games Sheets and Tags crafting kit: The fun and colorful natureContinue reading “epiphany crafts, vintage street market, and a layout”

mother’s day gift idea

I made this for my Momma (no peeking, Mom) for Mother’s Day–and one for my Momma-in-law, too. I used various flowers from my stash (paper, silk, felt, etc), some Epiphany Crafts custom button and epoxy tools (Round 20 Button, and Round 14 Shape) plus some of their adorable felt flower settings. For full instructions visitContinue reading “mother’s day gift idea”