Friday, April 20, 2012

a charming housewarming gift

Hi friends,

Today I have some fun projects to share with you from Epiphany Crafts. Over on the EC blog we teamed up with DCWV and Blue Moon Beads all week. Here is what I came up with for the cross promotion.
This charming teapot is perfect for spring and sure to make a great housewarming gift.

Flowerpot with chalkboard plant markers

Tip: I used embossing powder to change the color of my metal settings.

Epiphany Crafts Supplies:
Epiphany Crafts round 14 shape studio maker, round 14 bubblecaps, round 14 cabana setting, oval 25 shape studio maker, oval 25 bubblecap, oval 25 metal setting

Other Supplies:

DCWV Coral Couture stack
Blue moon beads: stone beads, gold chain
Versamark: ink (watermark)
WOW embossing powder: Sierra sunrise embossing powder
Ruby Rock it designs: pearls
Horizon: chalkboard plant markers
Target: flower pot, flowers
other: tulle
adhesive: Helmar’s quick dry 450 liquid glue

Text Me Layout

Epiphany Crafts Supplies:
Epiphany Crafts star 25 shape studio tool, star 25 bubblecaps

Other Supplies:

DCWV dots, plaids and stripes stack
EK success: zig zag border punch, swiss cheese border punch
Die cutting machine: Slice just chillin’ teen card
adhesive: Scotch (ATG), liquid: Helmar’s quick dry 450
other: string, jump rings


Did you know that you can pierce through your Epiphany Crafts Bubblecaps to make cute hanging charms? It’s simple, I just take a paper piercer and poke a hole through my bubblecap.
The epoxies are flexible so a standard paper piercer should push right through without any troubles just be sure to not pierce to close to the edge, or the epoxy might tear.

For my next step I attached standard jump rings that I picked up at my local craft supply store and hung my star bubblecaps from string.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed my Epiphany Crafts projects today. Stop by the Epiphany Crafts blog today for your chance to win an amazing prize package with two Epiphany Crafts tools, DCWV paper stacks and more!


  1. So creative, Gina! I have a feeling I'll be doing a "text me" layout in the near future (my DD is getting a phone soon). Eek! LOL!

  2. Love what you did with the stars!

  3. darling tea pot!!!! great LO and yes I did !!:):) ****wink, wink**

  4. wow!!! Great projects!