Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Stamped Candles x 2 !

Wow, am I behind on blogging!!! My plate has been overflowing lately and I found myself a little burned out and exhausted. After cutting back for a couple of weeks, I've got to get back into the swing! So, this post will be short and sweet.......maybe! ;)

This stamped candle is one I made for the Our Daily Bread designs' blog tutorial last month....see the full tutorial HERE. If you haven't tried making a stamped candle, you have GOT to give it a go.....so easy and fast too!!! This image and scripture verse are both from the ODBD set, "You Will Find Refuge"; the crocheted ribbon is by May Arts and the velvet ribbon I got on clearance at Michael's....not sure of the brand.


My second attempt at a stamped candle was for Bible Verse Thursday a couple of weeks ago....the theme was "Gifts", so I used the snowflake image and scripture verse from the ODBD set, "Peace & Joy". The pearls are by Zva Creative, the lace ribbon is Offray, and once again, the velvet ribbon came from Michael's. It's not very visible, but the snowflake was colored with a Glitter Pen after coloring with the Almost Amethyst marker from SU.


Thanks so much for stopping by today! Stay tuned for a new Bible Verse Thursday Challenge tomorrow, plus some updated news from Christian Paper Crafts. God Bless!

8 comments:

Natalie said...

Angie, those are both gorgeous, almost too pretty to burn :-)

I hope you've taken the time to really refresh yourself for the New Year. God's blessings to you dear sister!

Candace said...

Angie, these are both sooo beautiful!!!

alienanessa said...

You did a phenomenal job on those two!!! The bird one is so stunning, and I guess I didn't think this technique would allow for such vivid images, but it does!!

Chrissy said...

What wonderful candle. Absolutely love these.Going back up to go to tutorial, and will definately have a go, if successful I will be back if not....I'll show you a card lol
Luv CHRISSYxx

Gloria Stengel said...

These are stunning, Angie. You are a craft queen! Hugs.

Shore Girl said...

Know the feeling of an "overflowing plate" - hope you'll be refreshed soon!
These candles are BEAUTIFUL --- I must have a go at it sometime when my own plate is a little less full!
Gorgeous work!

Chrissy D said...

Angie- your creativity just oozes out of you, doesn't it? Beautiful candles!

Traci S. said...

How did I possibly miss these? They are fantastic. (That was one of the weeks I was so ill, I only came to the computer to post on the blog...sorry!)

Angie, these are both so stunning! I can not wait to look at the complete tutorial. I hope I have the materials on hand...I want to make one this weekend...if I am up to it. They both are just so beautiful. I love how clearly the Scripture shows...such small details so clear!

Thank you so much for making a tutorial and everything to share this! It is wonderful...I am so excited!

He IS Able,
Traci S.