I used the Acetate & Tissue technique but did it on glass instead of acetate. And I stamped on the tissue instead of the glass using just basic black ink. the idea is the same though. Oh, and I used Liquid Laminate instead of the other products. The right pic is with the flash on, but you couldn't see how pretty the candle flame looked, so the pic on the Left is without the flash.
Date: Monday, August 23, 2004 GMT Views: 3697
Registered: July 30, 2004 Location: Keizer, OR Posts: 5494
Mon, Aug 23, 2004 @ 8:03 PM
Wow! I like this idea so much better then stamping on candles (because I want to burn them - without starting the house on fire!) Now I'm going to need to search all of the second hand stores for glasses so that I can make these as gifts! Thanks for sharing
Registered: May 17, 2004 Location: Milwaukee, WI Posts: 1013
Wed, Aug 25, 2004 @ 12:59 PM
Kulat4, I actually did it on the outside of the glass. A drop of Liquid Laminate and a drop of ink, smear around, then put the tissue on, make sure there's no bubbles. I have no idea if crystal effects would work (I've never used crystal effects). Thanks for all the great comments ladies!
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Registered: July 16, 2004 Location: ... in the middle of nowhere in Wisconsin. Posts: 12085
Fri, Aug 27, 2004 @ 6:15 AM
This is sooooo pretty. My brain just flashed on with design ideas for the holidays. I'm going garage sale shopping for glassware. You are so awesome for sharing this. Is the candle a tea light or a votive?
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