I created this trio of canvases as an accent in my bathroom. I recently learned how to create soldered jewelry for the very first time and I love the look but I don't have all the supplies at home to create pieces for myself. I knew the Epiphany Crafts Round 25 tools would be perfect for me to create my own faux soldered "glass" charms and it would be much easier than working with real glass. With real glass, adhesive has to be limited because the intense heat from the soldering iron will make it bubble and burn, damaging the image under the glass. With the Epiphany Crafts shape tool I could add stickers and small bits of ephemera, like a tiny dictionary paper diecut, without fear of them burning. I layered the stickers onto the paper while it was in the "view-finder" area of the Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio, placed the Bubble Cap on top and created the epoxy shapes.
Then I rolled the edges of the Round 25 shapes in Pigment ink and then rolled them in embossing powder. I set them with a heat tool, holding the Round 25 shape with a pair of pliers to avoid burning my fingers. The result is very much like a soldered glass jewelry piece!! I added these to some canvases I had decoupaged with dictionary paper to create a totally custom accent for the wall in my bathroom. Who knew that we could "solder" with some basic scrap supplies and the Epiphany Crafts Round 25 tool?