Button fun with Epiphany and Tattered Angels

As you could have seen in the previous posts Tattered Angels is teaming up with Epiphany Crafts this month, now how fun is that. Their tools are so clever and easy to use!

So cards it is, probably the least of my creating skills :) but here you go:

The base if this first card is a TA embossed tile. I sprayed it with Chalkboard Sprout, Glimmer mist Key Lime Pie and a little bit of Rum Punch in the corners. The lovely Prima flower was sprayed with Key lime pie too.The embossed parts are colored with Peeled Paint distress ink. I punched 3 flowers from a strip of Pink Paislee paper using the Epiphany flower tool and then punched a border at the side. After adhering the strip to the tile I applied the Epiphany flowers to give them the background color.

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For the next card I used a tag that I sprayed with Glimmer Mist Trunk Bay, Sun Sisters, Rum Punch and Chalkboard Sprout and Inchworm. I used Pink Paislee paper for the flower buttons and applied little Prima crystals on top.


Finally I made this card for which I stamped on white cardstock using the Timeless Romance stampset and embossing it with lime colored ambossing powder creating a resist. The I sprayed the cardstock with Glimmer Mist Patina, Olive Vine and Marmelade. I stamped some circles on the card using a tine bottle top and Glimmer Glaze Orange Crush. I stamped in the middle of the heart with a text stamp and saw only when I had taken the pisture that I used it up-side-down :(

Anyway, to do this I stamped the heart image on a piece of scrap paper, cut out the middle of the heart with a craft knife and put the paper on top of the embossed heart. Then I stamped into the open heart space.


Thank you for stoppign by today!

Happy misting!


4 Responses to “Button fun with Epiphany and Tattered Angels”

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  1. Kim Boken says:

    Just lovely..love the colors you used!

  2. Great job…love the colors…

  3. nat kalbach says:

    those are amazing! love them

  4. Mandy C says:

    Birgit those are fun and imaginative color combinations