Papercraft Business Challenge #24

“Rubber Stamped” candles make great gifts!

Hello Friends! It’s time for another Papercraft Business Challenge! This month, the challenge is to create a “gift” item (something other than a card). I looked around my craft room, and I have quite a few of these little pillar candles just begging to be used for something, so I figured “What the heck?” and gave it a go. You could do these for any occasion, with any stamps – all you need is rubber stamps, tissue paper, wax paper, and a heat gun. If you want to go the extra mile, you can paint your image like I did, but there are some beautiful stamps out there that look just great in black and white! I used acrylic paints, however I will be experimenting with other methods to color these beauties in the near future. They’re so fun, and I can’t wait to play with other themes. If you want to see a video on how I created this fun candle (It’s very hard to take still pictures while you’re trying to create the product at the same time for me), you can check out the complete details on youtube HERE.

Be sure to join us over at the Papercraft Business Challenge blog with your creations! We can’t wait to see them! Also, if you find that you love entering challenges, please check out the Papercraft Challenge Planner! It’s an organizational life saver!

Until we meet again crafty friends, happy crafting!

Published by Bean Street Paper

I am an avid, self taught crafter. I make many things from candles and soaps to paper crafts, to man eating plants! I am an Army wife and mother, and a veteran. I am a barista at my very own coffee shop. I am active in animal rescue (and have 7 furkids of my own from these adventures!). I love the beach, I LOVE Halloween and fall, and I love coffee. I have been urged by friends and family to share my talents with the world, so here I go!

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