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Epiphany Jewelry


  • Epiphany Shape Studio™ Punches
  • Epiphany Shape Studio™ Charm Settings
  • Epiphany Shape Studio™ Bubble Caps
  • Decorative Papers
  • Jewelry Findings
  • Key Chains
  • Rhinestones
  • Hot Glue
  • Decorative Beads
  • Craft Thread

  1. Choose the shape of the Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio™ epoxy bubble cap shape that you will be using.
  2. Choose the correct punch that works with that shape.
  3. Choose the decorative papers that you will be using with your project.
  4. Open the lid to the punch, and insert paper until you have reached the desired section that you want to use on your project.
  5. Peel the epoxy bubble cap shape off the clear backing paper and insert into the center of the punch with the sticky side down.
  6. Close the lid on the punch tool and press down firmly so that the bubble cap will adhere to the paper. Do this until you feel it punch through the paper on the bottom.
  7. Open the lid and remove the bubble cap.
  8. Repeat this as many times as you like to make charms for your project.
  9. To stick the bubble cap to the face of a charm setting, use double-sided tape, stick to the backside of the bubble cap and peel off the paper on the tape and stick down to the surface of the charm setting. Press firmly to make sure it sticks well.
  10. If you are making a bracelet: use jump rings to connect the charm setting shapes to your bracelet.
  11. If you are making necklace: after sticking the bubble cap into a charm setting shape, use any type of necklace, chain, ribbon, hemp, etc.
  12. If you are making a key ring: use a large jump ring to attach to the key ring. Then to that large jump ring, add beads that have been strung together using jewelry brass pins.
  13. The back side of the charm settings can be embellished with rhinestones that have been hot glued into place. We used Stickles™ in complimentary colors to accent and fill the little spaces in between the rhinestones. Let dry.
  14. If you are making a braided bracelet: braid craft thread or embroidery thread and secure on ends with jewelry findings. Slide on as many charms as you like attaching the jump rings into the threads to secure in place.