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Epiphany Craft Tool Review

Hey kids!  It's Cindy for the SBC blog today.  I've got a review of the Epiphany Craft Tool to share. 

TiP:  Look for sheets in your 12x12 paper stacks that can be cut apart and used to embellish your projects.

Epiphany Craft Scalloped Circle 25 tool
Epiphany Craft clear scalloped circle 25 epoxy bubble caps


1.)  Flip open the bubble top of the craft tool
2.)  Insert paper
3.)  place the clear scalloped epoxy bubble cap into the opening of the craft tool
4.)  press the epoxy down firmly
5.)  close the lid
6.)  press down firmly to cut the shape out
7.)  open the top and remove your new customized embellishment

1" diameter
So, you can use this tool to make embellishments to match any project :-)  Very fun! 

Add'l items:
The Paper Studio - Christmas on Amesberry St. stack - all patterned papers
Elegant Edges Cricut cart - stamp @ 4 3/4"
brown ink for edges
Tim Holtz distressing tool
red organza & grosgrain ribbons
Glossy Accents - to adhere the bow and the epoxy embellishment

I hope you have a blessed day.  Thanks for stopping by!

Cindy---In Love with PAPER


  1. OMG, I love this! I didn't this even existed! Thank you for a great tutorial today! ~ Marilyn

  2. aw, this looks like the tool I passed up when I gone shopping at the Unclaimed Baggage (crafts section) just recently. Didn't know what it was for, and instructions on pkg wasn't clear. Now I will have to go back to look at it again. Thank you for sharing your tutorial.


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