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Remove backing from the double-sided adhesive and lay the leaves right side up on the sticky surface. They should not touch or overlap. 2. Place the tracing paper on top. 3. Use the scissors to cut as close to the leaves as possible. The tracing paper will make the cutting easier because the adhesive won’t stick to the scissors. 4. Remove protective backing from the leaves and apply to the candle. 5. Dip the candle twice in the dipping wax. Candleholder: A vintage plate 38 07 chapter 5/11/01 2:36 AM Page 39 Chapter 7 Alphabet and Swirl Sticker Candle Instructions Materials: • 3" x 6" medium-blue pillar candle • Colorful alphabet stickers • Assorted shape stickers (I used orange swirls) • White dipping wax • Stainless steel pinch bowl • Lime-green metal paint 1.
Spread out the fringe. 5. Dip candle in dipping wax one time. 08 chapter 5/15/01 8:10 AM Page 49 Chapter 8 Santa Instructions Materials • 9" x 3" red crayon-top candle • 3" x 3" very heavy card board for feet • Black acrylic paint • Wax glue or tacky glue • Sheet wax: 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" white (beard, mustache, and eyes) 3" x 7" black (belt and boot tops) 3" x 4" red (sleeves) 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" kelly green (mittens) 1" x 1" dark pink (nose) bright pink (cheeks) gold metallic (buckle) • White whipped wax 1.
Peel off the backing paper and make a tight roll with the first color. 3. At the end of the first color start the second color and then the third and last color. 4. Roll the cane gently in between the palms of your hands. 5. Make several canes of different color combinations. 6. Use the cane cutter to cut slices of the cane approximately 1/8" thick. 7. Apply the cane slices to candle with the wax glue. 8. Dip the candle twice in the dipping wax. Candleholder: Black wrought-iron platform candleholder 45 08 chapter 5/15/01 4:33 PM Page 46 Candles Creations: Ideas for Decoration and Display Christmas Village Instructions Materials • Candles— 2" x 2" x 4 1/2"—1 each of blue and green 2" x 2" x 2" - white 2" x 2" x 6" -yellow • Sheet wax — black, brown, lavender, dark green, lemon yellow, red, and dark red • Craft knife and mat • Ruler • Wax glue or tacky glue • Acrylic paint—buttermilk and black • #0 liner brush • White dipping wax 1.