Let's begin! Here's what you'll need:
2. A flower you can shade with ink and whose petals look like the flames of a candle (I used Prima)
3. An orange ink and a yellow ink
4. A wooden skewer
5. Fast drying glue (I used Beacon's 3n1)
Trim your scrap into 2.5 x 3.5 inch pieces (one each for every candle you will need).
Step 2: Roll the paper around the wooden skewer.
Step 3: Add quick drying glue along the open edge and roll tightly.
Step 4: Add inks to the petals of the flowers in varying shades of yellow and orange to mimic
Step 5: Add glue to the tiny end of the petal.
Step 6: Insert the petal into the rolled paper.
When you are done, you can add them a layout or card .
Here's a layout I made for my son's twelfth birthday! I can't believe he is growing up so quickly!
I hope you'll give this a try and light up your birthday designs and share them with us in the forum and gallery.
Keep doing what you love to do!