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Painted Candles

Step-by-step on how to make a Painted candle, as presented by: Crafty Corner

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Painted candle

What you need to make a Painted candle:

Step 1

Dip your sponge into your mustard coloured paint and gently dab it all over your candle or candles. I would recomend painting more than one candle as they take a while to dry, and sitting and waiting for one candle to dry can get frustrating!


Step 2

Leave your candles to dry for at least two hours between coats or applications. The sponge technique creates a rough texture on your candle. This is what it should look like.

sponge paint

Step 3

Use a medium size paintbrush for painting the leopard spots with your brown paint. We're not so much painting as putting thick blotches onto the mustard coloured paint.

leopard spots

Step 4

Leave your candle to dry. The thick blotches of brown paint create even more texture on your candles


Step 5

Use your black paint and a thinner paintbrush to outline each leopard spot on your candle.


Step 6

Once dry, your candle is ready to be over-dipped with clear wax to embed the image into other candles. Don't soak the candle in the overdipping or the painted part will start to melt and fall off.

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