Sunday, November 7, 2010

French Script Candles, Frames and more

I have mentioned before that I used to sell home decor, but I don't think I've mentioned that I once sold rubber stamps. I have actually sold MANY things, I think I've got an entrepenurial virus!

I truly love rubber stamps and the acrylic stamps as well. They are so versatile~ you can stamp on paper, wood, fabric, candles, glass, almost anything.

On non-porous surfaces like glass, StazOn permanent solvent ink is your perfect choice. Today I stamped some candles, a picture frame, a little dish and a soap dispenser using an old french script stamp.

I started with these plain white pillars.

After inking up my stamp, I simply rolled the candles across the stamp.

The result is these pretties. I love them in this sconce I have for sale in my Etsy shoppe.

I also stamped this picture frame and the fun little dish for napkins.

and lastly, this soap dispenser.

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  1. These projects are absolutely lovely. They make the plain items outstanding. Thanks for sharing this tip.

  2. What a great idea! Love those candles ~ OhhLaLa

  3. I love the candles and the soap dispenser! I am going to have to give that a try on some candles myself. Love it!

  4. This is really cool! I love rubber stamps so much but I never really thought to find a permanent ink and stamp stuff like this! These are great!

  5. Is the bottle part of the soap dispenser made of glass? Your items are just lovely! It never occured to me that using the stamp on the picture frame would add so much to it.

  6. Yes, the dispenser was glass. Unfortunately, though it was 'permanent' ink, it came off with use as water trickled over it. I probably should have sealed it with a clear coat.


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