Another quick post today! The first day of the craft show in Savannah went well and I really enjoyed meeting demonstrators from the area and nearby Beaufort. So here’s a “Shout Out” to the really nice girls I met today at the Springtime Made in the South show.
Today’s post is one of the projects I am selling at the craft show. These are the sweetest pastel colored ramekins that I have stepped up by adding some paper shred like an Easter basket and a little stamped Easter votive. I wrapped the whole thing in cellophane and tied off with Stampin’ Up! ribbon and I think it turned out to be a sweet hostess gift or Easter treat for a friend!
To stamp on a candle - - here’s the directions:
1. Stamp the desired image on a piece of tissue paper
2. Cut the stamped image out of the tissue paper and place on the candle. Hold in place with a small piece of Dotto if desired.
3. Cover the entire image with wax paper. Stretch the wax paper around the candle until it’s smooth over the image.
4. Heat the wax paper with a heat gun until the image begins to appear slightly “shiny.” The wax from the wax paper should have slightly melted and adhered the stamped image on to the candle.
Be sure to try it out! Easy peasy and so very cute. I have about a dozen of these at the craft fair and am selling them for $6.00 each. Have a great weekend!
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