Saturday, 6 February 2010

Stampin' Royalty #5 Take 2


I'm going to a very good friend's birthday party tonight. I love giving hand made presents so I thought I'd have a go at making her a stamped candle. I've seen these everywhere. The fifth challenge at Stampin' Royalty is Anything But A Card. I've already entered my mini flippy album, but I thought I may as well enter my candle too.

You basically stamp your image on tissue paper, trim it, then lay it on your candle in position. You then put waxed paper over the top and use your heat gun to 'melt' the tissue paper into the candle. I own a little "Hand made by Tina" stamp so I also included it on the back of the candle. The whole thing took about 10 minutes to make, but I reckon it looks fantastic. I can see myself making more for gifts this year!

Stamps: Baroque Motifs
Ink: Garden Green, Rose Red

Catch you later



  1. It does look fantastic Tina. I love making those candles and I love that stamp set! Great Job! Just to let you know that I got your candy in the post on friday. (only have mail 3 times a week here) sorry for the delay!

  2. Great job Tina... I've always wanted to try this techniqu! Looks amazing... thanks for playing with us at SR!

  3. Love it! Great technique! Thanks for playing with us at Stampin' Royalty!

  4. Stamping on candles truly takes talent. I tried it and melted nice big indents in the sides of my candles Opps!
    Yours look awesome. :-)
    Thanks for playing with us again at Stampin' Royalty!

  5. I love that! I love candles & I love stamping. How perfect a combination...

    Thanks for playing with Stampin' Royalty!

  6. Fantastic; simple yet very effective. Great stamp set to use :) Your friend will love it!!

  7. Pretty! I would love to try this sometime! Thanks for playing along with us at SR!

  8. I'm so happy you entered this candle too. Very cute - we're so glad you came to play at Stampin' Royalty.


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