Hi crafty peeps!!!
Thank you for joining me for my first Design Team projects for Rinea foil. I wasn’t sure what to expect but after using these foils I come to know that these foils are quite sturdy. You can fold them, bend them, emboss them and more. The foils are made of paper surrounded by 2 layers of colored aluminum foil so there is a nice weight to them.
As we are on our way towards Christmas, I created a Christmas Candle which can be used as a beautiful center piece. Although this tutorial has a Christmas theme but by changing the outer decorations you can use it for any occasion.
This is a long post with lot of images so grab a cup of coffee and sit back to read this :)
Big Shot Machine
Spellbinders nestabilities star circles die
Gina Marie stitched circle dies
Red and green paper flowers
Take Gina Marie stitched die and card board and run through your big shot machine to make circle
Apply glue on the base of the candle and stick it to the circle card board
Take Gina Marie stitched die and burlap and run through your big shot machine to make a circle
Take Spellbinders nestabilities star circle die and Rinea paper foil and run through your big shot
Apply glue on burlap and stick Rinea cut out on burlap. Save small stars from the cut out for further use
Take your candle and stick red stones and stick small stars randomly that we saved from die cut
Apply glue on candle and stick golden thread on it
Now take that burlap stuck with Rinea paper foil and stick the fairy decoration with bow and bells and stick it to the candle
Decorate the backside of candle with a bow decoration. Stick red and green flowers on the cardboard to add more beauty to it. Candle is ready for display
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