Friday 3 April 2009

Roses on Paper. Wowzers!!!

Over on Roses on Paper this week the Challenge is a Little Illumination

You had to decorate a candle. Well I had been given instructions already this week by the lovely Jackie over at Thanks again Jackie. The Roses on Paper Blog also has a tutorial blog so there is instructions on it too.

I only had these 3 White candles in the house. All my other ones are brightly coloured Yankee Candles so I decorated the middle one. I did it then was bitten by the bug and have done the others now too. Feel a candle shopping spree coming on!!! LOL Don't think I will be able to burn the candles but they are so pretty.
  • White Candles
  • Dawn Bibby Stamp
  • Marvy Le Plume Pen
  • Heat Gun
  • Gem.

I can't believe I managed this. It was really easy once you know how. Right off to get off to bed as have a headache and feel a bitty yucky. Thanks Jake for sharing your cold son. Hee hee



Jodi said...

Very pretty candle, and a great idea to use them on those tapers!! Thanks for playing with us and good luck!
Jodi =)

Peta said...

It's fun, isn't it - great job on the candles, they look awesome. Thanks for joining in our challenge, Peta

Jackie said...

Hazel, these are really lovely, hadn't attempted long thin ones, I'll have to have a go.


Rosette said...

They are super lovely dear :)) I love how they pretty they look! Thanks for giving us some illumination :)

Beryl K said...

Wow Hazel, that is brilliant
Beryl x

Anonymous said...

Hi Hazel.

Sorry i have not commented in a while, been mad this end, just had a nosey and wow, you have been busy, everything is fab hun,
HOW CUTE ARE THEM CANDLES, nope don't think i could burn them
Take Care,
Hugs Angel

Iris Wiechmann said...

Hazel your candles are so very beautiful! Thanks for taking part in our challenge and good luck to you!


stampingtink said...

How classy and beautiful! You've inspired me to try the thinner candles. Thanks so much for joining our challenge and good luck!

Oma said...

Just one word: Gorgeous!

Lynda Nielsen said...

Oh these are very beautiful, and Elegant candles. I wonder, was it harder to do them when they are the thin type of candle? I might have to give that a try too. =)
Lynda =)

Anki said...

Love your candles. They are wonderful. Glad that you wanted to join us for this fun challenge. Kram - Anki

Summer... said...

Beautiful, beautiful! And what intricate work too, on such tapers! Thanks so much for participating! =)