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Scent Samplers (added Sep. 2006)
Tulle Wrapped Tealights and Votives
Tealight Lifesavers for American Red Cross Donations
Patriotic Pillar Wrappers
Baby Shower Tealight Pop
Submitted by Cheri (Aug 2006)
Hobby Lobby or any craft store you buy the Smallest Round Bead
I then took each Votive and Tealight and put 1 at a time in a small
metal bowl, then put them over a double broiler on the stove. (I
used my smallest pot with water in it then put my vegetable steamer
Then put (2 at a time) the metal bowls with 1 votive/tealight in
each bowl and let them melt.
I then poured the melted wax in the Bead Stackers that were already
labeled with using Microsoft Word Avery Wizard and Avery Return
Address Labels (8167).
Let them cool and stack them up, I also put my own coffee grounds in
some of them as the pallet cleanser.
I stacked them by Holiday, Everyday Fruits and Citrus, Everyday
Floral & Edible, Spring Summer.
I have not used them at a show yet but they smell really like the
scent samplers PL gives you when you start your business.
I spend $25.00 for the whole collection."
you Cheri! And to anyone who doesn't want to make their own,
you can purchase already made samplers from the following Business
Submitted by Karen G
Clear cup Tealight
Round tulle circle
Gold or silver wedding rings (in craft section @ Wal-mart)
Angel wings (small one if you can find them)
Or the white flower petals ( petals look like shells)
Small pre-tied ribbons and or sequence
Flip tealights face down and Glue the treat stick to the back of the
tealight ¼- ½ the way up the tealight.. Once glue is dried flip
tealight face up.
Fold the round tulle in half, in half, then in half again. (3 folds)
(it will be in a triangle) Run a bead of hot glue part way down the
stick and where the tealight meets the stick and place the angled
tulle evenly on the stick with the very tip of the tulle touching
the tealight. Once dried, place a dot of glue on the tulle directly
under the tealight and place a pre-tied ribbon.
Flip the tealight over again face down, and place a dot of glue
above the treat stick and affix a small magnet. (Magnet should not
be seen from the front of the tealights) Place a small dot of glue
above the magnet then take a small gold or silver ring and place it
at an angle above the magnet resting against the back of the
Take the white flower petals or angel wings and glue them to the
sides of the stick affixed to the tealights.
Flip the tealights face up and decorate the tulle as u see fit with
matching ribbon or sequence. I use matching or coordinating colors
to match tealights.
idea by Nan Holzer!
Great for those California Blackouts!
here to get the Print Shop file for the wrappers - right click on
link and save to your hard drive to open and view. You must have
The Print Shop software to open
Julye Shore (Star
Gazers Region in Reynoldsburg, Ohio)
Front and Back View
Pic taken by Jackie -
This idea is
similar to the
Bouquet submitted by
Holzer, but made a little differently:
writes: "Very inexpensive and
easy to put together! My 5-yr-old son does them for me!! I use
craft sticks (like popsicle stix- @ 75 cents for a pkg of 100+), attach
one to the back of a clear cup tealight with a sticker (sometimes I use
my name/phone# stickers, "ask about my fundraisers", oppt.
stickers or booking stickers...) cover top of tealight-pop with small
clear plastic candy/treat bags (easy to find at stores where the baking
& candy making items are) and tie the bags closed with simple
ribbon! I hand them out to guests instead of votives! What
made these to take the pic, I thought they would be precious for a baby
My husband looked at it as he walked by and said
That looks like a sucker. You're a "sucker" for
PL". He thinks he's funny :) ~Jackie
want some really cute Tealight Pops and don't want to take the time
to make them, you can purchase some darling ones from
Wrapped Tealights and Votives
Pics by Laurie (Mespur)
I'm sure we
all know how to make these, but Laurie submitted this picture in case
someone needed a pic of them.
Kandle Roses! sells these too - two votives wrapped together!
Lifesavers for American Red Cross Donations
Submitted by Jamie Hanson
is selling these for $3.00 each and giving the profits to the American
here to download the .pdf file for the wrappers that Jamie made.
for 2x6 pillars
Submitted by Kathy Helldoerfer
here to download and print the .jpg file for this project
Shower Tealight Pop
Submitted by Jenn Nunley
Here is the poem Jenn
attached to the Tealight Pop:
lollipop - though not to eat!
It's a fragrant gift that's such a treat!
wrapper, take off the stick,
Place in a holder and light the wick.
And as you
enjoy the wonderful glow,
Please say a prayer for Olivia Hope!
for sharing this day with us!
(Names of all the family here)
attached the tealight to the stick with glue then covered it with a
small plain plastic bag.
A ribbon around the bottom of the tealight and a card attached.