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How To Make A Fall Candle Holder Using Alcohol Markers by Monika Graefling-Gladysiak

Posted on September 15 2021

Hello everyone! I hope you have a wonderful day. It's Monika today creating a Fall candle holder using alcohol markers and Rinea foiled papers.

We are going to use Rinea foiled papers:  Arctic Starstruck, leaves stamps, string, alcohol markers (I used 'Basics' Classique set from Spectrum Noir, but you can use whatever alcohol markers you have), 91% alcohol in a spray bottle, air blower, glue gun, scissors, glass jar, Staz On black ink, Rinea stamping block and a pokey tool.

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Step 1

Using your alcohol markers: red, orange, yellow, green (I used DR2 Poppy,OR2 Nectarine, CT3 Canary, AG3 Emerald) scribble the color onto Arctic Starstruck, spray a little bit of alcohol and use an air blower to move the colors around. If the colors mix and create brown, that's fine, brown is a Fall color :)

Step 2

Using your Fall leaves stamps and StazOn black ink, stamp the images onto Arctic Starstruck and fussy cut all the leaves.

Step 3

Use a glue gun and adhere the string onto the glass jar (top and bottom) then add the leaves and create nice Fall composition.

Step 4

Put a tea light inside, put your Fall candle holder next to a wall and you will see the silhouettes of leaves on the wall.


Have a wonderful day and happy crafting!

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