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Stamped Snowflake Candle — LeNae Gerig





  1. Stamp two 9” long borders of mini snowflakes onto the tissue paper. Stamp 1 individual large snowflake and 8 individual mini snowflakes.
  2. Cut the 2 snowflake borders into 3/8” wide strips. Cut out the individual snowflakes around the shape without getting too detailed.
  3. Use a very small amount of glue stick on the back of each stamped piece to tack them into position on the candle.
  4. Cut the wax paper into a 6” x 16” rectangle. (The wax paper should not be taller than the candle and wrap completely around the candle with enough left over to form a handle). Wrap the wax paper around the candle, holding the ends together to form a handle. The wax paper should be tight against the tissue paper images.
  5. Heat up the embossing gun and moving quickly, waving the nozzle over the images, slightly melting the wax and absorbing the tissue paper. This process takes only a few seconds. Slowly peel the wax paper off the candle while the wax is still warm. Embellish the large snowflake with a snowflake brad.
  6. Tag: Use the ribbon to make a loopy bow with 6 loops. Tie the center of the bow with a length of ribbon to secure. Stamp a white tag with the “Celebrate White Christmas” and embellish the center with a snowflake brad. Secure to the candle by inserting a pin through the bow and tag and then into the candle.
  7. Remove ribbon and tag when burning. Do not leave candle unattended when burning.

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