I know, I know. It's August. What's with all the snowflakes? I just love this set and it's new to me so I got a little happy. But I promise next week I'll be over the snowflakes when my new goodies arrive. I cannot guarantee that there won't be Christmas, though.
I have a bunch of these candles that I got really cheap last year that have just been sitting in a drawer. They have a nice sweet smell to them and are a great substrate for stamping.
To stamp "on" a candle, first stamp onto white tissue paper. I stamped the snowflake in Night of Navy onto
the tissue paper and trimmed around the image. Then lay your image on your candle and wrap it with a piece of wax paper. Use your heat tool to melt the tissue paper into the candle. DO NOT OVERHEAT. Your candle will warp. Then repeat with any other images. On this candle I put the word "Joy" underneath this snowflake and I also put a snowflake on the backside of the candle.
Quick, easy, and cute.
Stamps: The Snowflake Spot
Ink: Night of Navy
Paper: Tissue paper
Accessories: Wax paper, heat tool
Technique: Stamping on candles