Sunday, 17 April 2011

Pretty Palette challenge #5

This past week having the little monsters kids at home has just flown by. I can’t believe that it is sunday already, to be honest i still can’t believe that it’s already april or should i say half way through! It only seem 2 minutes since Christmas. It’s only 7 weeks till we go on holiday….oh my that has come round quick! Soooo today is the day for a new Pretty Palette Challenge #5 Here is this weeks pretty palette.
…and here is what i did with those colours…

I decided to create a little gift set. It has been ages since i decorate a candle! The images that i used on the candle were from the So fortunate’ digital set . The frame and sentiment are from theSentimental occasions labels digital set’ I really love the font in this set….and the frames…lol (I have a *thing* for frames right now) The paper is from ‘That hit the spot’

For the candle i printed the images onto some tissue paper. I then coloured the images with prisma pencils. Then using grease proof paper wrapped around the candle to keep the image held in place where i wanted it i used the heat gun to melt the image into the candle, easy peezy lemon squezzy eh!…lol . The candles are super easy using stamps too, just simply stamp onto the tissue paper.

Creating candles like this are a super easy way of creating personalised gifts, as you can include names and dates etc , or even (what i like to do) photo’s! Super easy,just print your chosen photo’s onto the tissue paper.
Please have a looksie at all the other dt girlies creations to get you motivated to join in with us Smile
Shaz xxx


Lada said...

Woooow, Shaz!!! It`s so beautiful!!!I love these elegant candles! Fine idea!!! You have the big talent to do such beautiful things!

Lynn said...

Shaz...your creations are wonderful! Love those candles!

Romaine said...

Shaz, love this! What an adorable set! In love this collection! Your creations make me dizzy with delight! So fabby!

Lisa Kind said...

Wow Shaz! This is a fabulous gift set! I can't believe ou printed on tissue paper! That's a first for me! Great job using the colors, too!