Maya Road Sheers and Alcohol Inks…

Sep 10, 2008

Every­one I know loves can­dles so I plan on accent­ing sev­er­al like this one for the hol­i­day sea­son and giv­ing them as house­warm­ing gifts. I’m also think­ing about using them as place­cards for each din­ner guest at Thanks­giv­ing. All I need to do is tie the sheer oval around indi­vid­ual clear votive hold­ers. Then when the can­dle is lit the sheer will have a stained glass effect.

These would also be cute on a child’s table set­ting by tying some around clear plas­tic cups and fill­ing them with can­dy corn or tying them around linen nap­kins to use as nap­kin rings. I could go on and on as there are so many ideas for this lit­tle cutie.

This can­dle accent was cre­at­ed using a Maya Road Sheer Oval Key­chain Set, Alco­hol Inks by Ranger in Ter­ra Cot­ta, Lat­te and Pearl, Maya Road Jonathan Chip­board Alpha­bet, Adiron­dak Metallics Acrylic Paint Dab­ber in Gold and Gold Glit­ter from the Regal Glit­ter Col­lec­tion by Melis­sa Frances.

To get the embossed look I ran one of the Oval Sheers through my Cut­tle­bug using the Tex­tile Emboss­ing Fold­er. It is attached to the can­dle with tulle.  This project takes about 5 min­utes from start to fin­ish.

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