3 Different Ways to Use Your Epiphany Crafts Tool

      Hey there everyone! It's been so long since I've made a design team post, but I am back at it again with some fabulous ideas of how to use your Epiphany Crafts tools in a new way! I am excited that Julia Sandvoss has joined the  Epiphany Crafts  team as our Design Team/Social Media coordinator. I've worked with her before, and she is the sweetest, most helpful lady EVER!! She's designed our new blog, and set up some really fun assignments that will share  Epiphany Crafts  products and ideas ALL MONTH LONG!


    Today I am going to share with you a fun idea for a Halloween party--a trio of mini treat bags that showcase three different ways that you can use your Epiphany Crafts tool!


Trio of Mini Treat Bags

You can use the 14 Button tool to anchor a banner to the front label of a bag which creates a nice focal point

Threading the buttons with string makes it look vintage!

Another fun technique that showcases the versatility of Epiphany Crafts tools is using them as punches to create a chevron border.

On this treat bag I used my 25 Square tool to create punched squares. I then trimmed the squares in half to create triangles. I then adhered those triangles to the paper block, creating this border--SUPER EASY

The last technique that I'd like to share with you is using your tool to make an embellishment on your project

To make this cute little pumpkin embellishment, all you need is your 25 Oval toolPunch some ovals using your tool, fold the ovals pieces in half and adhere the backs together. Make sure to trim a stem to complete the look

I hoped these little techniques showcased the versatility of these tools in some new ways. It's always fun to discover new uses for a tool!

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2 comments:

  1. Gorgeous, fun & festive. Love these! :)

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  2. I was just wondering where you were and what you've been up to! So glad to see this post--Gorgeous envelopes! LOVE those little bat!! LOVE LOVE LOVE :)

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