7 December 2012 – Candle Delight!

At the recent Stampin’ Up! Heartfelt event held in Brisbane, there was a gorgeous table setting display by a fellow demonstrator, Jacqui Crouch, using the Ornament Keepsakes stamp set and matching Holiday Ornaments framelits.

It was a setting to die for!!  I loved the candle that she had decorated so I took a few photos and got a candle and whipped it up!!

I made 8 petals for the base and attached each petal to a chipboard circle using my trusty hot glue gun.  I then cut 3″ pieces (or 3 scallops) of Crumb Cake Scalloped Tulle Ribbon and glued it between each petal and then the centre of each petal.

I then made a belly band to go around the candle using the Delicate Designs embossing folder.  I sponged it with Crumb Cake and cut out the scallops by hand.  I attached it to a Cherry Cobbler band and put two rows of crochet trim.  I used the Snow Flurry die to create the snow flake and sponged with Crumb Cake.  I then used the Boho Blossoms punch and added a large pearl in the middle.  See?  Easy Peasy!!

candle 1 candle 2 candle 3

Stamp Set: Ornament Keepsakes

Paper:  Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler, Chipboard

Ink:  Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake

Accessories:  Big Shot, Holiday ornaments framelits, Delicate Designs embossing folder, Crumb Cake Scalloped Tulle Ribbon, Snow Flurry Die, Boho Blossom punch, crochet trim, large pearls.

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3 thoughts on “7 December 2012 – Candle Delight!

  1. This candle is just gorgeous Rebecca! I would love to make one but am not sure what you mean about the base of the candleholder. Thanks for sharing!

    • Thanks Janine! I cut out a circle from chipboard and then attached 8 petals evenly around it to make the base. I then added the tulle around it. The candle just sits on top of it all. I haven’t attached it in any way. Hope that helps! Rebecca

      • Thank you so much for that – yes, it does make sense and I can’t wait to make it! Thank you so much for your help Rebecca!

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