Welcome to day two of our new releases at MHK Designs. This set, Realistic Roses, has one gorgeous image and three beautiful sentiments.
As I'm not confident putting tissue paper through my printer I used some basic copy paper, the design was printed three times across an A4 sheet, one to colour and two spares....just in case.
The flowers were coloured with alcohol markers, then the image was fussy cut before being put on the candle. The image was held firmly against the candle with greaseproof paper and then 'melted' into the candle using a heat gun. I did the image first and then the sentiment later. You can see the edges of the paper disappear under a layer a wax and become almost invisible. If you use a coloured candle try to print on paper that has a close colour match.
A project like this would make a great table centre for Valentines Day, a wedding or just a thoughtful gift to someone special.
I would like to enter this project in the following challenges:
Doodle Pantry - Anything Digital
Digital Delights - Anything Goes
That is just a gorgeous candle!!! It looks like using copy paper works just fine...but if you ever want to use tissue paper just attach it to cardstock with washi tape then run it through your printer :) Hugs...JanieReplyDelete
This is amazing, Rocky!ReplyDelete
Wow! Gorgeous project!ReplyDelete
Thanks for playing along at Doodle Pantry's AIMPDC 24!
Debbie (DP Creative Team)
Doodle Pantry AIMPDC
Debbie's Dash of This and That
How creative!! Great gift idea. This turned out so beautiful!!ReplyDelete
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I just love when you make candles, Rocky! This one is PERFECT for Valentines or even just because--or as a CHRISTMAS gift! LOVE this, my friend! Thanks so much for all your hard work for this month's release at MHKDesigns! Sending HUGS! :) Mynn xxReplyDelete
This is the perfect time of year to be thinking of decorating candles as gifts. Great idea!ReplyDelete