The Craft In Me

A blog devoted to all my crafty endeavors.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Wedding Candle





As I've mentioned before I have been on a candle kick but it seems to be slowing down, at least for the time being...



Ok, so I've always been a fan of crafts that are easy and simple yet leave stunning results, but this one is almost too easy. It requires no skill what so ever.



Up to this point I've liked the fact that my candles so far have all been burnable, this one, not-so-much. It's one of those just for show candles. And it's too pretty it be burned anyway.



I can picture this candle placed on a mantle with a framed wedding picture surrounded by some wedding keepsakes.




For this project, I used a white pillar candle which stands about 8 inches tall.







For the decorations, all I used were these stick-on rhinestones I found in the scrapbook section at Hobby Lobby.








The pack contains 4 different swirly designs.



The rhinestones are all connected so you don't have to worry about placing each individual stud.



All you do is peel and stick – literally – and you're done!




I think it's a bit more sparkly in person, but you get the picture. :)









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21 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Passing on a blog award to you! http://answerischocolate.blogspot.com/2010/06/paying-it-forward.html

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  2. This turned out great!

    Thanks for sharing at Saturday is Crafty Day!
    Laura @ along for the ride

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  3. This is so creative! I remember when I was getting married I had the hardest time finding a nice candle to use for my unity candle. Please link this up to Sister Sister Sunday if you have a chance!

    Thanks,
    Amanda
    http://blog.kuzakscloset.com/2010/06/whats-in-your-closet.html

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  4. That is so very elegant. It would make the perfect unity candle!

    New follower from Motivate me Monday (and you did motivate me, LOL)

    Kimberlee, from www.thespunkydiva.blogspot.com

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  5. I'm also a candle lover and would never have thought to get those little stick on thingies.. so creative, and easy (my kind of craft)..lol
    Thanks so much for visiting today.. and your kind words..
    I'm following you now!
    Sandy

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  6. Love all your candles!

    Thanks for linking up to the Mad Skills party!

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  7. This is gorgeous! Love the added bling and that pattern is beautiful. Fabulous idea! Thanks so much for joining The Sunday Showcase. I greatly appreciate it! Hope you have a wonderul week! ~ Stephanie Lynn

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  8. Thanks for your comment on my blog. I hope those shades turn out well for you. BTW-I love the textured copper earrings...You're great!

    http://throwitinthebagfashionblog.blogspot.com

    -Amber Bland

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  9. What wonderful ideas you have love the candle.
    thank you so much for sharing it with us!

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  10. This project made me heart go pitter pat. Well done.

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  11. This is just beautiful! Very elegant -- I wish I had seen this before I got married! :)

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  12. I just love this candle!

    Thanks for linking up to Make My Style Mondays. Hope to see you next week.
    Make sure you check out the wrap up and join follow friday!

    ~L~

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  13. I really love these! It totally dresses them up and looks very classy. I'm going to try this if I can find something similar to work with. Thanks for commenting on my blog.

    Heidi @Budget Wise Home

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  14. Hi Jalinda, I'm your newest follower. You have some really cool projects and I am so glad I found you.

    Love the candles. I have those same stick on rhinestones, I'm looking for a candle right now. :))

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  15. Would be so cute as a centerpiece for weddings. Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday:)

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  16. unbelievable! Looks like something that would be a fortune in Pier One or Pottery Barn!!
    You're too smart. :-)

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  17. Wow, that looks so elegant and $$$ expensive! $$$
    Thanks for linking up!

    Vanessa @ craft envy

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  18. Wow! Your candles are amazing! There's no way that candles this elegant can be as easy as you claim! Really? I'm going to add it to my growing list of things to try...thanks for the inspiration!

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Thank you so much for your comments! :)