Registered: November 6, 2004 Location: Where ever the AF sends us Posts: 145
Sat, Jan 01, 2005 @ 10:26 AM
I actually got the dirrections from a few posts on this great site. So hope this is easy to understand. First you stamp you design on white tissue paper (works best for any color). Then I cut it out with sissors close to the image. I took a glue stick and placed all those images on my candle where I wanted them. Then I tool a sheet of wax paper and wrapped it around the candle and heated the whole thing up slowly (not just the image). It is actually similar the seeing the embossing powder melting. Then you peal the wax paper off. If you want to shine it up a bit you can take some old pany hose and rub it all over them.
It is able to burn. As it burns down the tissue paper burns away.
------------------------------ Jessica Trainor
"I have measured out my life with coffee spoons(and stamps)" T.S. Eliot
Registered: January 25, 2005 Location: Scott AFB, Illinois Posts: 245
Wed, Feb 02, 2005 @ 2:48 PM
Why do you use wax paper? We are doing these tomorrow evening for our spouse's group and were not going to use wax paper. Also, can you see the glue from the glue stick underneath? We just held the tissue paper on to melt it. Thanks! Kristy