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Decorating candles

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Plain candles are blank canvases waiting for your personal touch, ready to be enhanced with the exact look that you want or pattern you love. Find out how to make your own candles in your kitchen with readily available supplies, but if you prefer, these projects are also perfect for decorating storebought varieties


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  • ISBN: 157990243X
  • Páginas: 128
  • Tamaño: 22X26
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2001

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Contenido Decorating candles

Plain candles are blank canvases waiting for your personal touch, ready to be enhanced with the exact look that you want or pattern you love. Find out how to make your own candles in your kitchen with readily available supplies, but if you prefer, these projects are also perfect for decorating storebought varieties. What could be easier than applying temporary tattoos--try boldly elegant tribal motifs, single roses, or mottos. If you have a little more time, craft a beautiful bouquet of delicate paper-filigree flowers using a traditional quilling technique to embellish a pillar. Or, give a candle your own seal of approval with sophisticated medallions made of sealing wax. You'll always have just the perfect gift, table centerpiece, or mood enhancer.

Review:

 

Bored with plain, off-the-shelf candles and don't want to go to the trouble of making them from scratch? For an easy approach to filling your home with a wide variety of candles, check out Terry Taylor's Decorating Candles. Using paint, metal mesh, carving, beads, wax
appliqués, pressed leaves, and other materials, Taylor and contributing designers adorn pillars, tapers, pyramids, and multiwick candles with a multitude of looks. Directions are basically good and most processes simple, but there is one important caveat: although Taylor cautions us to use common sense when applying flammable materials to candles (choose large pillars that will leave a thick shell of wax around the flame, for example), many of the projects utilize paper, cardboard, ribbons, and other substances that could easily go up in flames. But the designs are generally attractive, and the ones that aren't heatproof can still serve as lovely decorative accents without being lit. --Amy Handy

 

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