Candles tutorial

Hi

I am going to try to do my first tutorial!

I will show you how I do when I decorate candles.

This is what you need:

  1. Candle
  2. heat gun
  3. stamps
  4. stamping ink
  5. sandwichpaper
  6. oven mitt, you might  burn your hand otherwise.

Put the sandwich paper on your desk

Select the stamp of you choice

Stamp and cut out the image, you do not need to cut it on the lines!

I colored the hearts with a gold pen.

Put the images on the candle.

Take a sandwich paper and fold around the candle.

Put on your oven mitt  and turn on your heat gun for about 10-30 seconds. You unfold the paper and check if your images are stuck on the candle.

Done!

Unfold it!

And now your candle are done!

This is a candle my daughter made yesterday, she is 12 years old and I only helped her with the heat gun.

Please be careful with the candles, do not leave them unmonitored.

I hope you liked this, if you have any questions please contact me and I will try to answer them!

//Caroline

Annonser

Tags till December Daily 2017

Hi

I made tags like Ali Edwards to put in my December Daily 2017. My questions to my family to answer are:

Favourite  Christmas food, favourite Christmas drink, favourite Christmas candy, favourite Christmas gift and favourite Christmas memory.

Close ups!

December Daily 2017

Hi

I started my December Daily this year with this page:

 

I started with an overlay from Ali Edward’s main kit, the star is also from that kit.

I made the tag last year to go on a Christmas gift but it got lost in my scraproom, so when I found it I did a happy dance and decided to use it in my DD this year.

And finally a close up!

December Daily part 3 day 14-21

Part 3 of my December Daily.

 

 

We started a new tradition! We got together the whole family and put all of us in different teams to decorate a gingerbreadhouse. Our kitchen was a mess afterwards but it was so much fun to see all the kids age 7 to 19 and their parents working together. We will do it in December again!

This is my favourite place in our house. I can just sit next to it and relax!

//Caroline