Epiphany Crafts Holiday Blog Hop

Happy Holidays! If you are here via Samantha, then you are in the right place for the Epiphany Crafts Holiday Blog Hop.

Our lovely Design Team has created some wonderful holiday projects, brimming with inspiration and of course, Epiphany Crafts epoxies, buttons, and tools! Visit each Design Team members blog to see what inspiring projects they have to share. Leave a comment on each blog. When you reach the last blog, you’ll receive the final instructions on how to enter to win a fabulous prize pack filled with Epiphany Crafts goodies, straight from Santa!!

My ornament was created from a frozen juice can lid.  I added a sentiment from Cosmo Cricket’s Mitten Weather line, some coarse glitter, and used my Crop-a-Dile to punch 2 holes.  One hole is for the string to hang it and the other is for the Epiphany Crafts epoxies.  I used the round shape studio tool to create 2 epoxies using red foiled paper and then I sandwiched them back-to-back around a jewelry head pin.  I love that I got to use some of my jewelry items on this ornament.

Thanks to my hubby for getting my pictures uploaded… finally.  I hope you thought this ornament was worth the wait.

Now head over to Julie‘s blog; your next stop on this blog tour.

I know my blog has been long neglected but it’s just so much easier to post what I’ve been creating on Facebook.  I have Great plans to post my creative stuff here and if you keep checking back, it just may help kick me into gear.

Thanks for checking out this fun blog hop. Hope you are inspired.

Merry Christmas!!!

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45 thoughts on “Epiphany Crafts Holiday Blog Hop

  1. Marilyn

    I’ll be checking back. I made a bunch of ornaments using juice can lids—tin punched some and then mod podged some photos to some. Anxious to see what you made.

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  2. Laura #1943

    Kelly Jo….what an awesome way to recycle…and create a stunning addition to the tree !! LOVE the teardrop from the main ornament !! Simply stunning !! (..and thanks, Nate !)

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  3. Angel

    I love the retro look you got with your ornament from the orange can lid. Great to do with kids
    and helps them think green at the same time. Thanks

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  4. Groovy Deb♥

    KJ that is one wonderful ornament you have created! I love the idea of turning an oj lid into something priceless!

    TFS and for sharing the link to the blog hop! I’m having a great time checking out the ornaments and most especially the blogs 🙂
    Deb♥

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