Stenciled candle with ScanNCut

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This year I’ve decided the entire holiday season (beginning mid-November!) the house will be mostly gold/metallic with cream and a hint of green. There is a method to my madness you see, as we will be having a very untraditional season here and I want to maximize d├ęcor and minimize effort. So I’m going to be crafting (and sharing with you!) the pieces that I am adding in to my idea.

First up, I’m using my ScanNCut to deck out a battery operated candle that I have sitting and just begging for a makeover. (disclaimer, as usual, that I am a paid consultant for Brother, but all ideas and opinions are my own)

Here is a link to my YouTube video.

I am making an effort to use my stash – from cool materials like the stencil material that Brother makes (used in this video) to white battery operated LED candles I picked up for unknown reasons and never did anything with!

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If you don’t have a dabber topped paint, a foam paint brush will work beautifully as well. I love what the layered flower adds to this project – watch for a tips & tricks for layered flowers video in the near future!

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Until next time – I encourage you to look around and see what you can add a few hand crafted touches to!

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