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  • Danielle Roth

    Mothers day gift..draw on wax paper with permanent markers, affix to candle with hairdryer

  • Amanda Jarvis

    Draw on wax paper with permanent markers, wrap around candle and heat until image is transferred. Great gift idea!--- Mother's day gift from kids to grandmas?

  • Caradith Sprouse

    Here is a fun craft for the kids! Get some permanent markers and wax paper...let the kids color on it. Then wrap the wax paper around the candle and heat with a hair dryer until the image transfers! Perfect for Mothers Day or Grandparents Day...or a birthday!

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