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Dazzling Jewel Candles

Laura Nicholas

Get all the major supplies needed to make these projects with the Dazzling Jewel Candles Bundle or you can order them separately.

Autumn Leaves Candle
By Laura Nicholas

cancle, Dazzles
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Laura's Tip: Back the stickers with copper mesh, curving them for a 3-D effect.



  1. Back the large leaves with copper mesh and trim flush around the stickers.
  2. Secure to the candle with glue dots, as shown.
  3. Add small acorn stickers around the leaves.
  4. Add some sparkle with the crystals to the leaves and swirls.

Boo! Candle
By Laura Nicholas

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Laura's Tip: Create a scene with the stickers. Add crystals to the eyes for a spooky feel. Purple crystals to the boiling pot adds extra brew to the pot.



  1. Adhere the witchs pot at the bottom of the candle. Attach purple crystals to above the pot as steam. Finish with stickers and cut apart crystals.
  2. Add candy corn and spider stickers around the pot.
  3. Attach the web sticker to the top edge of the candle and hang a spider from the web.
  4. Add bats and "Boo!" and then add eyes near the Boo! with orange crystals for the eyes.

Snowflake Candle
By Laura Nicholas

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Laura's Tip: The border sticker helps to frame the candle at the top and bottom.



  1. Cut the border sticker in half and attach to the top and bottom of the candle.
  2. Adhere two corner stickers near the bottom, then add small snowflake between them. Add two corners to ends of top border.
  3. Attach a large snowflake at the center, with smaller snowflakes surrounding it.
  4. Add crystals to the center of the Dazzles and the borders.

Project comments

Written by Sally Mangold
 6 years 4 months ago:
All of these project with candles and dazzles are wonderful so easy and lovely.


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