Sunday, January 30, 2011

Transferring Ink to Candles

Making personalized candles is easier than you think.  Today with some help from the kids we made some candles to give to my parents on Valentine's Day. 


You will need some regular paper, tissue paper, tape, sharpies or markers, a candle, wax paper, and a heat gun. 


First, I taped a piece of tissue paper, about the size of my candle, to a piece of copy paper.  Markers will bleed through the tissue paper pretty easily so you will need something to protect your table, and it was easier for the kids to draw on the tissue paper when taped to the "paper".


When your little artist is done, remove the tissue paper from the copy paper.  Cut out your design, and place it on to your candle.  It is important to cut away as much of the excess tissue paper as you can.


Next, you are going to take a piece of wax paper that is larger than your candle.  Pull it tight around your candle, and use your heat gun to melt your design into the candle.  Moving the heat gun in a back and forth motion for about 30-40 seconds.  Be careful of your fingers, the heat gun will be hot. 

Once you have heated the entire design gently peel back your wax paper and make sure the entire design is adhered to the candle.  If not just repeat with the wax paper and heat gun.


A very cute gift for the Grandparents.  Don't you think?

It got me to thinking .... wouldn't it be cool if you could use images from the computer and do the same thing?  Just think of the personalized candles you could make. 


Guess what, you can! 

I very carefully taped a piece of tissue paper to a piece of copy paper, making sure there were no edges and the tissue paper was completely flat.  Then I crossed my finger and sent it through the ink jet printer.  Seriously, my husband would not have been happy if I had jammed up the printer.  So, I didn't tell him until I was finished and it had worked.  :) 


179 comments:

  1. Ohhhhhhhhhh too clever!!!! looks great..

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  2. Wow... both the hand drawn and the computer ones look fantastic... what a great craft for the kids (and mum!)
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  3. Oh they look great! and such an easy to follow tutorial!

    Thanks so much for linking to A Round Tuit.

    Hope you have a fabulous week!

    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  4. Oh, that is so cool. I love the personalized idea!

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  5. AWESOME idea and great tutorial. Love this project!
    Lowri
    http://papervinenz.blogspot.com/

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  6. Such a great idea and way to use stuff you have on hand!

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  7. OMG, this is great! I love it! I'm now following your blog to get more grat ideas! ♥ BJ

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  8. Such a cute idea. I would have never thought of something like that. I always just use vinyl to personalize things, but yours is super adorable.

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  9. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this idea!!! My 4 yr old loves to draw and I'm always looking projects to preserve her drawings. Great idea!

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  10. AWESOME!! SUPER job! How genius of you!
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  11. I think these would make a nice teacher gift too, quick, easy, and inexpensive. :) I'll have to try this one!

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  12. who knew it was that easy?! These would be so great with monograms... I'm thinking housewarming gifts. Love this idea!

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  13. This is an awesome project!! Love having the kids draw the design!!

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  14. i love this idea... i got all these candles that my mother in law gave me but had no clue what to do with them, thanks

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  15. What an awesome idea! Thanks so much for the tutorial! Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!

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  16. Wow! I agree, what a clever, creative idea! Thank you for sharing!
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  17. Ok, this is AMAZING!!! And, will make such great gifts for the future and also a cute way to personalize your home decor! Thank you again for linking up! We featured this on Sew Woodsy yesterday! Please make sure you grab a featured button and display it proudly!

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  18. Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!
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  19. That is a great idea! I am going to have to try that! I could get out of control! If you have not been by yet, I would love for you to come link up! Every month the best link gets prizes!

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  20. Very smart and creative too...love to do like this one soon....thanks for sharing Dear ... I am following you too...
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  21. How neat! That is an awesome idea! I can't wait to try it!

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  22. I've been looking for this for so long. Thanks! Life-saver!

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  23. Think a blow dryer would work in place if a heat gun?
    SOoooo cute!!

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    1. I was wondering the same thing!!

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    2. Only if your dryer is hot enough. Mine was not but other have had good results with their dryers.

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    3. Absolutely love this! But - I keep getting wax running out the bottom of the waxed paper, and I often have flat patches and lumpy bits when I am finished. I noticed that if I do it with expensive candles, the $10 spotlight ones, the result is smoother than with the same size $1.99 ones from the dollar shop. Am I getting too close with my heat gun, and does the wax need to come right through the waxed paper? I can sure see when the wax from the paper sticks to the tissue, but will that be enough to keep the whole thing in place?
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  24. Ficou linda as velas.
    Adorei o seu pap,obrigada por compartilhar.bjs

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  25. These look wonderful! Thank you for putting this up here.

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  26. Is a hair dryer hot enough to do this with?
    -A

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  27. Wondering the same thing... I don't have a heat gun, hair dryer work?

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  28. Tried it last night with a hair dryer and it worked!

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  29. It works with a hair dryer?!??!?! I don't have a heat gun - but I DO have a hair dryer!!!!

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  30. Wow, what a clever idea! thanks so much for sharing!!!

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  31. I sow this few days ago via pinterest, so I tried it and it turned out awesome. You can see my candle on tousledday.blogspot.com. Thank you for shareing and makeing our lives little simplyer :)

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  32. I just wanted to let you know I included this in my 2011 Ultimate DIY Gift Guide (101 tutorials/recipes)! :) http://danimariedesigns.blogspot.com/2011/10/2011-ultimate-diy-gift-guide.html

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  33. Do you think this would work with a laser printer?

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  34. I found this on pinterest im really impressed, can u use a hair dryer or is that not hot enough

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  35. Any ideas on what I could be doing wrong? I've tried several times using a hair dryer and it's been a total craft fail. The candle starts melting, the wax paper is dripping, and yet a few minutes later, after it has cooled, the tissue paper is still visible on the surface of the candle. If you let it sit the tissue paper starts peeling off. Could it be due to cheap candles? Advice would be appreciated, I'm not used to failing at a craft!

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  36. Can you use something else instead of wax paper?

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  37. You don't have to use wax paper, this can be done with just tissue paper and a heat gun... but the results are not as good, and I am not quite sure what else you could use that wouldn't stick to the candle.

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  38. I guess I will have to try again with a heat gun.

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  39. i absolutely love this idea! will have to give it a try. i already added this candle project to my 'stumbleupon' favorites :)

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  40. I do this but instead of markers I use stamps. I stamp whatever I want onto tissue paper, the follow steps above. :)
    The girls are making candles for Grandparents for Christmas.

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  41. Thank you so much for sharing this! I just found it on Pinterest, and I'm super excited! It's the perfect affordable gift with a personal touch! My parents will love it! Thanks again!

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  42. I just made 2 today, My son is going to be making a few for his grand parents for Christmas :) Thank You so much for sharing this!!!

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  43. I LOVE this idea! I linked to this post and did an adaptation on my blog this week. Thanks for the idea. http://icouldsomakethat.com/?p=357

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  44. This is soo cute! Just to clarify...the tissue paper stays on the candle? I would be worried about that when it comes time to burn the candle unless this is only for deco purposes.

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    1. I have tried it, and the tissue paper caught fire when the candle burned down, so use a LOT of caution or only use the candle for decoration.

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  45. My3Monkeys, yes the tissue paper kinda melts into the candle. I had no problem when I used my candles, but still it is always a good idea to use caution.

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  46. Love this project! I featured you on my blog round up of last minute gift ideas for parents and grandparents here: http://www.creativecarissa.com/2011/12/last-minute-crafty-christmas-gifts.html

    Come check out the post and grab a button if you'd like.

    Thanks again for sharing your great project.

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  47. great idea. thanks for sharing. I will try it out and take some pics on my blog. http://sandra-bart.blogspot.com

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  48. I used this idea for Christmas gifts. For grandparents, I printed a picture of my kids onto tissue paper and put it on the candle. They were a huge hit! For my MIL, I printed off the family farm brand and put it onto a candle...she loved it! One thing I learned...stick with a white candle unless you are certain your candle is the same color all the way thru. I bought some 2 pks of candles at Hobby Lobby, one white, one ivory. While working with the ivory, i got the wax too hot i guess and the outer ivory layer of the candle peeled of with the wax paper! I managed to somewhat fix it, but I had absolutely no problems with the white ones.

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  49. Hey there- I was wondering, would a hair dryer work instead of a heat gun?

    Great idea!!

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    1. You can, but the results are mixed... depends mostly on the hair dryer.

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  50. I did not read all the posts, so someone may have said this. You can stamp designs on the tissue paper and do this same process. I have even imbossed designs on the candle.

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  51. What about with a laser printer?!?!?!

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    1. It doesn't work as well with a laser printer because the ink sits on top of the paper, but with a inkjet the ink is absorbed into the tissue paper.

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    2. Could you maybe print the design onto the copy paper? Then lay the tissue paper on top of the copy paper and trace the design onto the tissue paper with the markers?

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    3. You could yes...I did this with one of my candles...turned out beautifully! :)

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  52. Hi, i absolutely loved this idea and i will be definately giving this a go! Can i just ask that it is safe to burn the candle with the design on there?
    Many thanks

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    1. yes, it is perfectly safe, the tissue paper kinda melts into the candle. I had no problem when I used my candles, but still it is always a good idea to use caution.

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  53. wow I love this idea, very cute!

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  54. Again, amazingly creative and lovely execution!

    Thank you for linking it up with us at http://www.finecraftguild.com/party/

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  55. Wow this is really cool! Thanks for sharing. :)

    Jamie
    For Love of Cupcakes

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  56. Thank you for this awesome idea! Today my kids and I made these for the Grandmas / Great Grandmas for Mother's Day. I took a recent photograph of the kiddos and printed it on tissue paper then placed it on one side of the candle. On the other side I put their names and "2012" - I had them hand write their names in marker on regular white paper, scanned them into the computer, then printed them onto tissue paper. SO much easier than trying to coach them not to write too hard on the tissue! To get the tissue through the printer I used masking tape on all 4 sides to attach it to the bond paper. Went through easily, no muss, no fuss!

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  57. @steffenson, thank you for the great idea of how to put the kids' names on the candle. I just made them tonight and they turned out beautifully. The Grandmas are going to love them on Sunday. I also wanted to say that I used a hair dryer and it worked great, even on a cheap candle. I set it on high for the heat and low for the blowing speed. Hope that helps the people trying to make the hair dyers work.

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  58. WOW!!!! And to think you can get candles for so cheap!!!! Great idea!!!

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  59. I love your ideas and love your blog, I am now following, Check and see if you like my blog & join if you would like to, xo http://razzledazzlestyles.blogspot.com/

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  60. What an awesome idea! I love this! Pinning it right now to my Crafting with the Kids board...Jenny Yarbrough on Pinterest.

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  61. does this work with colored tissue paper? or does it have to be white ?

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    1. I have never tried it with colored tissue paper but i don't see why it wouldn't work. I think it might be kind of cool. Let me know it you try it and like the results. i would love to see it.

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  62. amazing! i'll be using this!
    http://bisozozo.blogspot.com/

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  64. can u reuse the designs ? how many imprints can u get or need new one each time? thanks! love the idea

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    1. You will need a new design each time.

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  65. LOVE this idea!! could you use a hair dryer instead of a heat gun and still get the same results??

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    1. You can, but the results are mixed... depends mostly on the hair dryer.

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  66. LOVE, love, love this!!! I used a hair dryer and it came out perfect! Thank you!!

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  67. I use freezer paper instead of taping the tissue to printer paper. Cut a piece of freezer paper to 8.5" X 11" . Very lightly iron a piece of tissue paper to the shiny side of the freezer paper. It will stick to the freezer paper, making it a little bit stiff and allows it to go through your printer without wadding up the tissue. After you print your image on the tissue, carefully peel off the tissue from the freezer paper. Trim closely to your image on the tissue and proceed with the directions listed above. I use an oven mitt on my hand when using the heat gun so I dont burn my fingers.

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  68. I forgot to mention that Reynolds makes the freezer paper and it can be found on the same isle as foil.
    Juli

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  69. Is a "heat gun" different than a hair blow drier?

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    1. yes a heat gun works at a higher temperature and has a more concentrated stream of heat.

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  70. Please discuss me the procedure of the candle making and how i can decorate it .........

    buy and sell

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  71. Do you have to coat the candle with anything to keep the design from fading or smudging?

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    1. I have never coated the candles with anything and have never had a problem with fadling and smudging, but i also don't handle the candles very often. The ones I make are usally for gifts and decorations.

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  72. Hey there! Just wanted to let you know we featured you in our Favorite Find Fridays post over at Whimsically Homemade. We used one of your pictures and linked back to you. If that's a problem let us know and we'll remove it immediately. Thanks for your great inspiration!

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  73. Awesome! Could you upload a photo of the taped-to-printer-paper tissue paper set-up? :)

    Thanks to Steffenson for mentioning masking tape! :)

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    1. It is similar to the 2nd photo from the top. I just carfully taped a piece of tissue paper larger than I needed to a piece of plain white copy paper and feed it into the printer.

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    2. I print on tissue paper which i then decopatch on to tiles to make coasters and the method I use is to spray a piece of copy paper with repositionable glue (such as Crafter's Companion Stick and Spray - I'm sure lots of other brands are available) and then I felt it to make it a little less sticky before laying my tissue paper over. Then run it through the printer and then carefully peel the design off the copy paper. It's a delicate process, but when I first started I taped the edges and my particular printer made the tissue buckle and crease as it pulled it through so this is an alternative method if anyone is suffering with that problem.

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  74. You can do this too with stamps on tissue paper. Just stamp on tissue paper place tissue on candle, secure or just hold it and use a hair dryer . The tissue paper will melt into the candle.

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  75. would a hair dryer work instead of the "heat gun"?

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  76. I'll bet you could use some of those stamps you have lying around for the same effect.

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  77. Just draw directly on the candle....probe solved

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  78. What can i say but :AWESOME: this will be great for the girl scouts to do. Love the idea

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  79. I love this idea and hope to make them for a benefit dinner for an animal rescue group, using our logo and pictures of some of our animals up for adoption.

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  80. Just finished one got an anniversary gift . So easy and looks very professional. Just to be clear the tissue paper is stuck to the candle between a layer of wax from the wax paper. Great idea thanks so much!

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  81. WOW! that's so simple, I love it! Now I just need to think of what to put on my candle!

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  82. Hi,
    I love this idea.Do you seal it with anything or it will be as is?? thanks

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  83. I need help I have done just like it says to do and I cant get it to work plz help what am i doing wrong plz email me and let me know i really need one in memory of my son thanks Tina

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    1. my email is tinacam911@yahoo.com

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    2. What problem are you having? Like what are you doing? Step by step. I can help out, I just did my first one today and it worked out beautifully.

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  84. Thank Youuuuu <3 :D This is great! Check out my blog inluvwithcrafts.blogspot.com Follow Back ;)

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  85. This is awesome! I'm always looking for new craft ideas, especially around the holidays. This is great, and inexpensive too! Cannot wait to try with my daughter!

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  86. You could place the tissue paper over copy paper that has the design printed out from the computer, then trace. Less worry then printing tissue paper & same design can be traced over & over for multiple uses!!

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  87. do you really have to use a heat gun or would a blow dryer work!?!?!?!

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    1. i used a blow dryer, mine came out perfect

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  88. Oh no! I see more candles in my future. Thanks for the info on how to do this.

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  89. What a great idea! My son is in Beavers and they are always looking for craft ideas - this would be perfect!

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  90. Great idea. I would still be worried about jamming my paper in the printer. lol

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  91. Just tried this, worked awesome!! I used my hair dryer, with no problems. Thanks!!!

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  92. Thanks for this. I've just followed your blog, so that I can see what other gems you have on here.

    I Love the blogging sharing that goes on in this mad technology world we live in. A definite upside of it all :-)

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  93. Would a hairdryer work as a heat gun? And where can I get copy paper?

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  94. Would a hairdryer work as a heat gun? And where can I get copy paper?

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  95. Where do I go to get images off the computer ?

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  96. I'm a bit concerned that the tissue paper could act as a wick and, under certain circumstances, cause a much bigger fire than you want from a candle. Adding flammable things to the outside of a candle is always a possible problem, though perhaps the tissue is too thin to do anything.

    Only thing I could recommend for this process would be to limit the design to the very bottom inch or two of the candle, where the exterior wax may not melt anyway.

    Don't mean to criticize something fun, but as a candle-maker who's concerned about candle safety, felt obligated to say something.

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  98. i just tried this for my grandmothers 83 birthday gift. i was fearful bc i bought my candles for $1 at doller general then read on here everyones problems. i used cheap candles and a hair dryer and it worked AMAZING im so excited thanks so much grandma will love it :D

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  99. Hi im in Queensland Australia and I was just wondering could you use greased proofed paper or baking paper instead of wax paper?
    I cant seem to find wax paper anywhere.

    Thanks

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    1. I am not sure if greased proofed or baking paper will work because I don't know what it is made of.

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  100. I did a candle similar to this using a stamp. You can check that out here. I hadn't thought about using Sharpies (I <3 Sharpies!) or putting the tissue paper through the printer... the printer idea was just GENIUS!! This brings personalized candles to a hole different level... If you can print clipart and Google images, you can print family photos!! :) Thanks for the idea!

    -Carrie
    Floating Through First Grade

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    1. Wow. That should have said "whole" different level... I'm very late in correcting this, so I've already done the damage. Haha. Darn phone! Lol

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  101. How long do you have to blow dry it for?

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  102. Just made three of these for Christmas presents for the grandparents and a good friend. Overdid the blowdryer just a bit on the last one, but they all still turned out nice. My daughter now wants to invest in the "heat tool" so she can make more. LOL

    Thanks so much for the idea!

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  103. Tissue paper? Do you mean like Christmas tissue paper?

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  104. I was wondering..could you use a hair dyer if you don't have access to a heat gun?

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  110. I've been doing this for years. Works great with stamps, printed images, etc. Made a bunch of table decorations for my mom's party that became take-home party favors for the guests.

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  111. HELP
    whenever I made these candles after some minutes tissue paper gets off from candle

    can anyone help me out???
    I use butter paper coz I havent found these kind of tissue paper here

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  112. Help!! LOL
    What am I doing wrong??
    I followed everything exactly and I used Sharpie permanent markers w/ultra fine tip but I either had colors bleeding or the wax paper wax started melting and turned yellow and stained the candle and sort of ruined the picture?!?
    Did I hold the heat gun too close for too long??

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  113. For sake of time, and the fact that I didn't own a heat gun and my hairdryer didn't work well, I actually used my hair straightener as a heat source, and it worked perfectly!...As long as you apply the heat evenly; otherwise it will make the candle flat.
    The only issue I had was when I used a red sharpie, in melted into a yellowish color around the edges. Every other color looked great!
    Great idea, thanks for sharing! Im using this as my topic for a demonstration in my speech class.

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  114. What a great idea, thanks for sharing.

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  116. hi..can i use a tracing paper instead of wax paper? i couldn't find it here in my place :(

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  117. hi..can i use a tracing paper instead of wax paper? i couldn't find it here in my place :(

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  120. Found this on one of the pages I follow on Facebook (I can't remember which page or would give them credit too, I saved your blog to my favorites)

    I was all set out to buy a heat gun but we started sorting through my dad's tools (he passed away) and found a brand new heat gun.

    I am making candles tonight for MIL, SILs and my mom. I am putting the kids names on their candles. Can't wait to see how they turn out. I'm so excited and can't wait to check your blog out more.

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  121. What a kool idea, thanks for the tip, going to make a new line in my beeswax candles now, gotta be animal prints i think.....

    You can find my creations at Veebeez.co.uk once i have made them, i can't wait.

    Keep up the excellent work.

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  122. Help I keep getting bad results...I even got expensive wax paper...now I seen people writing keep wax paper on... please someone help...

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  125. This worked FABULOUSLY on my baby's baptism candle. Thank you sooo much!

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  127. Do you think this will work on the flameless candles as well or do you think the heat will melt them. I had flameless candles in my windows for a very long time and eventually the heat from the sun disfigured them somewhat but that was after an extended amount of time. It would be great if it would work on them for those who don't like to burn candles, but also because it preserves a gift.

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    1. NOT sure if you have tried it yet but it works I just did it

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  128. Anyone know if this could this be done on the plastic decor flameless candles with the lights rather than wicks?? Need to know asap :) thank you!!

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  130. ok so I tried it and I could not get it to work is there a special tissue paper to use or what? please email me back asap I am trying to have my kids to it for chirstmas presents. mindy_aguayo@yahoo.com thankx

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  131. Does anyone know if you can use different colored tissue paper on the white candles? Does it come out good?

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  132. So does the tissue paper stay on and or is the ink suppose to bleed off it to the candle?

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  133. Just did this and it came out perfect!! Made one with my son and nephews handprints for their grandma for christmas <3

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