Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Celebrate...woo hoo!

Good Morning!  I am so happy that you are joining me today as Helmar and Epiphany Crafts are teaming up for a fabulous two weeks of amazing projects!  Be sure to check both company blogs throughout the next two weeks, you are not going to want to miss this!

Today I have created a card using a variety of Helmar glues and Epiphany Crafts Round 14 tool and Bubble Caps!
Have you ever used the Epiphany Crafts tools?  If not, you are going to love them the instant you try them!  Here is how I used mine...
1.  Line your paper up in the Round 14 Tool.
2.  Place a Bubble Cap over the paper in the hole.
3.  Put in the insert piece and close the lid, then push to punch the paper (which also adheres the Bubble Cap)!
4.  For my card, I created a scallop border underneath the sentiment banner.  To do this, you will need to punch three circles (as shown in steps #1-#3) and then cut the Bubble Caps in half.
5.  You can see two of the circles have been cut in half in this photo.
6.  Cut and adhere your paper mats on to your card base using Helmar's Adhesive Runner.
7.  Place 1/2" White Zapdots on the back of the sentiment banner and then adhere to the left of the card.
8.  Use Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive to adhere the Bubble Caps under the sentiment banner.
9.  Finish the card by adding in some twine!

Cardstock: White (The Paper Studio), Blue & Black (Momenta)
Pattern Paper: Doodle Floral 6x6 Paper Pad (Momenta)
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Momento)
Stamp: Studio G
Twine: Charcoal (The Twinery)

Thanks so much for coming by!  
Be sure to check out Helmar and Epiphany Crafts for more projects!


Bev said...

really cute and love the cute accents and fun easy technique

Jingle said...

I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE this card! Seriously. I love this. Just say'n.

Lalo said...

WOW this card is a celebration!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Jamie! Cute card!


jordanbev5 said...

Haven't ever cut my Epiphany charms in half before! Thank you for the idea!!! Loved your card too!!

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