Candle Tissue Art Transfer Craft


Posted by Merryn | Posted in YouTube tutorial | Posted on 30-09-2017 | 11,749 views

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Let’s make a candle tissue art transfer craft today.

We’ll need large plain candles, tissues, poster colors, paint brush, wax paper, scissors, hairdryer and work gloves for this craft.

Paint your favourite item on the tissue and let it dry.

Once dry, cut along the picture.

Peel off the extra layers of tissues leaving only one layer.

Place it on the candle and wrap tightly with wax paper. Heat with hairdryer until the tissue sticks onto the candle.

The result is simply amazing; a personalized candle!

Watch this video tutorial on how to personalize a candle with this tissue transfer art.

Sand Candle Art


Posted by Merryn | Posted in YouTube tutorial | Posted on 25-07-2016 | 12,142 views

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The boys love craft so much that they even got their hands busy while on vacation. I signed them up for a couple of craft activities and making Sand Candle Art was one of them.

Sand Candle Art

Watch this video on how to make a sand candle art. We can DIY this at home. The only question here is where can we purchase the gel for the candle?

Candle Polka Dots


Posted by Merryn | Posted in Art Crafts, YouTube tutorial | Posted on 10-11-2010 | 11,298 views

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Today we are going to make a different kind of art. An art that requires the use of candle and flame. This requires close supervision of an adult. NEVER let your kid do this unsupervised.

Candle Polka Dots

First, I demo to my son how I lit a candle and let the wax drip on the art block.

Once I’m confident that he understands, I let him try.

He then paint the art block with various colours

Light a candle and let the wax drip on the colours.

Use a sponge and paint the whole art block with a darker color. We use black 🙂

Once the paint dries, use a coin to scrape off the candles and you’ll get beautiful dots of colours!

A beautiful work of art 😀

Coming up – See how we use the same technique to create a Christmas themed art 🙂