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Monday, December 25, 2006

Well you asked for it!

Several folks who received these candles for Christmas asked for instructions so here they are! This is my first tutorial!

What a wonderful Christmas I have had! I received so many wonderful gifts among them a cuttlebug embossing machine. I have been drooling over one since I saw many wonderful cards made with the machine. Tomorrow I go out in search of the elusive folders that are part of the process. Hope Michael's has some or I may need to order over the internet prolonging the wait!!

I am so excited today I received word that I was picked the winner of Erika Martin's blog contest. So I will pay it forward and create my own New Years giveaway! I have a Night of Navy stamp Pad to give away! To enter follow instructions below.


To enter this drawing please do one of the following:


1) Leave a comment on this post regarding the candle tutorial!
2) Sign up for my E- mail list. To do so please E-mail me at this address. vkillmore@tully.k12.ny.us


Make sure to check back for the winner on New Years day ;-)

Thanks Virginia

14 comments:

Erika Martin - Stampin' Mama said...

Love the new tutorial! I've never had luck with candles, so I'll have to try it out with your technique! Thanks for sharing!

(I already have the Night of Navy ink pad, so please don't enter me in the drawing.....I just wanted to tell you what a wonderful job you've done.)

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your first tutorial....love it. Just made three candles, you inspired me (as always!) Laura

~Fee~ said...

wow! the candles are adorable! and thanks soooo much for sharing this great and easy to follow tutorial!!!!
will try this soon (have saved it in my favorites :-) )

love & smiles from germany
sylvia (aka ~fee~)

Anonymous said...

I love my candle, I only wish I had not missed the day you made them.

Anonymous said...

Kathie Hurn

Anonymous said...

Jill said count me in!

Anonymous said...

Your candles are gorgeous! I'm emailing the link to my daughter. She will be so excited about your tutorial!!
Anne Marie

Anonymous said...

Wow...Just Beautiful. Read your tutorial. Sounds easy enough even for me. The last candles I tried had drip marks running down the sides. What a mess. I'll let you know how mine come out.
Sheila

Sharron Lynne said...

I love the white trees on the blue background on your candles. I have only tried a few candles and have kept them very simple. Your tutorial has given me the incentive to try something a little more complicated on mine. Thanks for sharing.

Lynne

Kelston said...

Your instuctions are very easy to follow. Thanks for sharing them. I always say that I'm not very creative but I am an EXCELLENT copier of other people's creativity! :)

Anonymous said...

The candles are so pretty. The tutorial was easy to follow. Now I intend to check out the rest of your "Blog". Happy New year Virginia! (I'm new at this, but having a fun time) Connie

Renee said...

Wow! You made that look so easy! Candles are beautiful....I may need to try this!

rahlfyr@myclearwave.net

Anonymous said...

Great tutorial!! I just love the end result..tfs

Anonymous said...

Love the tutorial. This is something I will definately have to try. doverdi aka Diane D.