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Christmas Candle



Hello Friends

I am getting into the Christmas mood and have been making some presents this week. This is one of them! How cute is this?? I have wanted to try  stamping on to candles for a while.  I thought this wee girl stamp would be perfect for my candle. This stamp is called No Greater Gift  from Unity she is so cute.

It is pretty easy all you need is a candle, some tissue paper and wax paper. All you need to do is stamp and colour your image on to the tissue paper. Then cut around it. Place the image on to your candle and get some wax paper and put it over the top of the image.Then very gently heat the wax paper with your heat tool you will see it melt the tissue paper into the wax. I absolutely love the way it turned out. I think it will make a really nice Christmas gift :) 

Thanks so much for stopping by

Mandi xox

Challenges
Unity Friends With Flair
Unity Be Inspired Challenge
Crafty Catz - Christmas Challege 255
Simon Says Stamp Monday  - Ornament
Artistic Inspirations - Anything Goes
Crafty Calender Challenge Christmas

Comments

  1. OMGoodness - this is gorgeous! What a fabulous idea and a wonderful gift!

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  2. This is so beautiful and such a wonderful gift idea. I love this adorable image Thanks for sharing

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  3. WOW wow WOW
    Your candle is DELIGHTFUL Mandi - LOVE IT!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing this cool technique!!!

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  4. This will definitely make for a fabulous gift! You did an amazing job! I just might have to try this technique...thanks for sharing!

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  5. This is stunning & beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing how to do it! :)

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  6. This candle is awesome Mandi. You beat me too this one.

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  7. Such a pretty image and beautiful candle. Thank you for joining Artistic Inspirations, good luck.

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  8. Wow! LOVE that you stamped on the candle!

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  9. This is stunning,such a lovely creative idea.xxx

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  10. Flippin amazing Mandi! I would love if someone made one of these for me. I'll have to try this technique.

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  11. this is just such an amazing project! thanks for telling us how to transfer the image... its so beautiful!
    -Rachel
    rwkrafts.com

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  12. This is so pretty! I really need to try that technique soon, it's lovely!

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  13. love your project thanks for joining us at artistic inspiration and good luck
    hugs Tonnie DT

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  14. Oh Mandi, the Phyllis Harris on a candle is a fantastic idea! So pretty!

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  15. This is fantastic! I've been wanting to try this but with my luck I'd melt the candle.

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  16. I just LOVE this beautiful candle! Your image turned out so, so cute and the whole candle is just fabulous. What a wonderful gift ♥

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  17. Fabulous candle. Anyone would be happy to get this as a present. Thanks for playing along with us at Crafty Catz this week. Cindy-Dt

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  18. Wow! This is incredibly creative! The image you chose is so endearing-- her smile made me smile! Then you added some bling and made this out of red and silver, which is classic Christmas! It is traditional and modern at the same time. I love everything about it and am so grateful for the inspiration you've shared. Thanks for submitting this to our Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!

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  19. What a lovely idea and so beautifully done. Hugz

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  20. Really creative idea, thank you for sharing. If you don't mind me asking, what did you use to color on tissue paper?

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    1. Thanks so much :) I used alcohol markers they do tend to bleed a little so I used them very lightly :)

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  21. Lovely this is stunning. I love the image. Great way of showcasing it. This is so pretty. I love the addition of the buttons. Thank you for sharing your talents with us over at Crafty Catz. Hugs Nina

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  22. This is so pretty Mandi - Love the image and the sparkle that you achieved!

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  23. This is gorgeous. Someone's going to be delighted to receive this gift.

    Thanks for joining in our latest challenge at Crafty Calendar Challenge and good luck.

    Jo x

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