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Pressed Flower Candles

Pressed Flower Candles

Pressed Flower Candles Materials : Flower Press   Flower Press Paper Mod Podge  8 oz.  Sponge Brushes (to apply Mod Podge with)  Pillar Candles  Tweezers (for easy placement of flowers) Instructions Have your pressed flowers ready. •    Apply Mod Podge® to entire candle. •    Add your ...

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Make Halloween Jack-o-Lantern Candle

Make Halloween Jack-o-Lantern Candle

Here is an easy to make, pretty Halloween Jack-o-Lantern candle holder that can brighten up your home this Halloween. This is a very easy craft to make from an old teacup. Instructions are below.   Image071-225×300   Materials required: An ...

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Candles with Pressed Flowers

STEP 1 Experiment with the flowers to get an idea of how you are going to place them on the candle. Once you start, you will need to work quickly, so be ready. STEP 2 Melt paraffin wax in the ...

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How To Make Sand Candles

How To Make Sand Candles

  Well it was the second last day of school today and in Kindergarten we had "Beach Day". I know you're thinking….."they have to go back on Monday!"….well that's the schedule this year..go figure. We made sand candles as our ...

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How To Make Votive Candles Tutorial

How To Make Votive Candles Tutorial

  How to make votive candles? (Without wick pins) Method 1 Because not everyone has wick pins (yet), the first part of this article describes how to make votive candles without wick pins, or the masochistic method. If you do ...

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How To Make Hurricane Candles Tutorial

How To Make Hurricane Candles Tutorial

  Learn how to make your own Hurricane candle's |(Method 1: without inclusions)   You can make two types of Hurricane shells: with or without inclusions in the sides of the shell. The two methods differ a little because in ...

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Decorative Candle Surfacing Techniques

Decorative Candle Surfacing Techniques

  As this article is about to show you, you don't need much to radically transform the appearance of a candle. There are many surface techniques (techniques that have an influence on how the surface of your candles looks like) ...

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