Dreamweavers Pinterest Challenge (damask candle)

The challenge at Dreamweaver Stencils this month is to create something from a pin on Pinterest that’s inspired you. Lord knows, I’ve pinned plenty that inspires me. The problem is, there aren’t enough hours in the day!

Here’s my inspiration…

Damask Candle

And here’s what I made…

how to make your own Damask Candle by jessica griffin dreamweavers stencils and embossing paste

DamaskCandleDetail

Materials used: 
LX 7001 Damask

Matte Black Embossing Paste
Metallic FX Pewter
Transparency
Candle
Continuous Glue Lines

Directions: Mix Matte Black embossing paste with Pewter FX and apply the mixture over Dreamweaver’s Damask stencil. Once the paste is dry, use Glue Dots Continuous Glue Lines to adhere the transparency to the candle.

Dreamweaver Stencils offers a large variety of background stencils, great for a variety of projects. Using transparencies allows you to change out the patterns as often as desired with out replacing the candles- which can be expensive! It also allows you to use a metal stencil on a circular object. Dreamweaver Stencils also offers a large variety of colored pastes, and Metallic Powders.

Visit the Dreamweaver Stencils designers for more inspiration!
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9 thoughts on “Dreamweavers Pinterest Challenge (damask candle)

  1. The candle is beautiful. I love the pasting on transparence tip to be able to use on circular objects!

  2. I am always amazed at what you come up with! What a creative ideas…I never would have thought of the pewter in black and it’s stunning…doing a closeup pix of that was helpful too.

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