Friday, May 23, 2008

A Stamped Candle - Episode 38

26 comments:

  1. Beautiful as always one of these days I am gonna have to get me one of those fancy heat guns.

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  2. Another great video Robyn! I haven't tried that but I think they would make great gifts. Thanks for sharing! Lanita M.

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  3. WOW i love it, gonna have to try this

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  4. Great! I have to try this! So cute and you always make it look so simple!

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  5. How fast, simple and easy!! Thanks for showing this technique. I will have to give it a try. Robyn you will LOVE your ATG gun. I just invested in one this year and LOVE it!!

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  6. Robyn,
    I love this! I have made these in votive size for bridal shower favors. Great video! Thanks, as always!

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  7. That's too cool!! I'm so going to try one of these....

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  8. that was cool Robyn!! thanks for sharing
    I love candles so I'm gonna have to try this to keep for myself :)

    by the way my oldest daughter LOVED your music--she was dancing and singing the whole time I was watching your video :)

    Tara
    mommyof2girls

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  9. Linda Woolsey (LilGreenBug)5/23/2008 5:11 PM

    Hi, Robyn,
    Thanks for another great video. I do have a couple of questions. Are you using gift wrap tissue? And, also, does the inked side of the tissue go next to the candle or the waxed paper? I coudln't tell from the video.
    Thanks~!
    Linda

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  10. I LOVE that stamp! Now, off to watch the video! ;)
    So far, loving it--Hannah Montana again--I love you! :)
    OK--It's over... So, the tissue paper stays on, so is it safe to burn it with the paper on it? Not that I would want to burn it, it's too cute...! LOVE it! THANKS! :)

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  11. Awesome - another great job Robyn!!
    I think I NEED to get a heat gun :)

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  12. Robin,
    I love this idea - i have a whole thing of vanilla candles that we got at Costco - and this will be a perfect project for them!!

    Thank you for all your videos.

    have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend..

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  13. Really Robyn is there ANYTHING you can't do. Once again love love loved the video and the idea. Thanks for all you do to teach us and give us ideas. You ROCK!!!

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  14. OO I can not wait to try this. I am going tohave to get me them STAMPS they are so cute..Let us know how U like the ATG gun I want to know is it hard for arthritus to use

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  15. Wow!!! What a great idea. I have a couple questions so I will email you. Thanks Robyn!! LisaMH

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  16. Darling project! Love it! (you will LOVE your ATG gun!)

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  17. Robyn, your work is beautiful. Dh watched it with me and thinks you are a star. He wanted to be sure that you are in my favorites. It is so kind of you to share your beautiful work with us. Okay I've said beautiful a few time's do you think I like your stuff??? lol.
    Thanks again,
    Camille

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  18. Hi Robyn, this is something I've wanted to try for ages but didn't have the courage, but after watching your tutorial I'm definitely giving it a go!! Thanks for sharing. Lots of love, Denise x

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  19. Robyn, this candle is just adorable. I just got this stamp set and can't wait to use it...wonder if I have a spare candle around lol. Great, as usual, hun, have a super day, ok?
    T:-)

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  20. Another GREAT video! Thanks for the ideas! Can you tell me what an ATG Gun is though?? Just a little new at this!! Check out my new blog when you have a chance!
    http://treasuredcrafts.blogspot.com/

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  21. oh i so wanted to know how to do that thankyou so much Robyn !!!

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  22. thanks soooo much for sharing...i'm definately going to have a go. hugs Tx

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  23. hey robyn....how cute is this???? i am so going to try this and yes, i too just got this set....papertrey ink needs to give you a commission!!!

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  24. Robin,

    Just thought I'd link a picture of the ones I made to your video. The pic is linked back to you to find out how to do it.

    Wendy

    http://kisatrtleskreativekorner.blogspot.com/2008/06/teacher-gifts.html

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  25. thanks robyn I had to try this even though you said it wouldnt work with a hairdryer LOL!!! now I know why lol or maybe just cuz your soooo much better @ this stuff than me, either way it might be salvageable :s thanks for the lesson even if i dont always listen to the WHOKE thing

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  26. Thank you so much for doing this video! I had learned stamping on candles years ago and forgotten about it. I will have to try this again. Great gifts!

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