Candle Tutorial

Img_2039 Hello Stampers,

Here’s the tutorial for stamping on a candle.  If you need help, please don’t hesitate to contact me!!

The first picture is the supplies you need. Here’s the list:

Candle, Heat Tool, Black Stazon, Tissue Paper & Markers.

Stamp set: A Tree for all Seasons

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Img_2038_2  Good Luck and Thanks for stopping by!! 

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Date: 5:24 PM | Permalink | Comments (10)

Comments

  1. So neat, thanks for sharing!!!

  2. These are so awesome Angie! I didn’t know you could do it this way! I’ve always used Waxed Paper over the top of the tissue! Love the colour of candles you used for this!

  3. What a great tutorial!! I love your candles! So very pretty, Angie!!

  4. Wow, this sound like something I could do, was always afraid to do it, but think I can now.

  5. Sandra

    Wow! Looks easy! Great instructions! Pretty candle!

  6. Kickin’ tutorial, kiddo !!!!! You rock !!!

    Have a GREAT day !!
    Love ya
    Corinne

  7. awesome tuturial girlie .. I just love stamping on candles anf your are Wonderful..
    thanks so much sweetie pie..
    Love ya
    Dawn

  8. debbie

    hello i really like the candles and i think i can do that also but i want to know what you mean by tissue,is that normal tissue paper or something special ,i live in holland so maybe it means something else
    i think you make great and lovely things i love youre site

    greetings debbie

  9. debbie

    hello i really like the candles and i think i can do that also but i want to know what you mean by tissue,is that normal tissue paper or something special ,i live in holland so maybe it means something else
    i think you make great and lovely things i love youre site

    greetings debbie

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