Friday, February 15, 2008

FLLC Glass Candle Holders & How To ( Reloaded)

*ETA* For some reason this post wasn't showing the pictures. I deleted it and reposted it I hope it works now:) Sorry for the double post for those who are google reader.
Thanks for stopping by!
Dee





Hi there! Yesterday I stamped on a mug and thought to myself this background would be so cool on glass. So I ran to Walmart and found these cute glass candle holders the triangle one was .97 cents the rounded square one was $1.23. I used stazon to stamp the background. I had a lot of questions and emails asking how I stamped on the mug so I took a picture to show you. I hope that helps! Just remember to apply a lot of pressure so the ink makes good contact. If you are using craft ink the stamp will slide and will get muddy looking if you press to hard. With the Stazon ink on the glass you need to work super fast because the ink dries fast. I cleaned my stamp with hot water and soap between stamping each side.
You can find this awesome Damask background stamp at Flourishes LLC
Thanks for stopping by!
Dee

9 comments:

Tracy Durcan said...

These are really pretty! I love the green!

maria @ kitchen sink s said...

maria @ kitchen sink said...
This is absolutely incredible Dee! WOW! FABULOUS!!!! :D

Julie Masse said...

Beautiful Dee!! What a gorgeous project! :)

flourishes said...

Wow! Dee these are just beautiful! Go Girl!

Thanks for all you do for Flourishes,llc

Ila said...

These are Beautiful!! what a wonderful project!!

Leslie Miller said...

Wow! Amazing! I wondered about doing something like this but wasn't sure... You did it flawlessly and it's beautiful! Thanks for showing how it can be done. Maybe I'll get brave and try it...

Melody (lacyquilter) said...

Beautiful. Thanks for showing us how you did it.

malieta said...

Your glasses are beautiful Dee and that stamp is awesome!
malieta:)

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

How fabulous are these glasses!!! Thanks so much for the tutorial!!!