Draw on wax paper with permanent markers, wrap around candle and heat until image is transferred... I never would have thought.

Personalize candles. A Girl in paradise You will need some regular paper, tissue paper, tape, sharpies or markers, a candle, wax paper, and a heat gun. In a second method she prints on Tissue paper fully taped to sheet of paper and put in inkjet printer. She uses a heat gun to transfer patterns. Great for kids art work for Grandma or a wedding candle.

IMG 8486 Do It Yourself Candle Image Transfers! Perfect for Mothers Day!

These are vases found at Dollar Tree. Then you print the photos on vellum and mod podge them to the vase. Then light your votive and you've got a beautiful holiday decoration or gift. - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

25 Handmade Gifts under $5 - I love handmade gifts in general, and a lot of these are very creative! Definitely going to try my hand at some of these!

PHOTO TRANSFER USING WAX PAPER!!! 42 Craft Project Ideas That are Easy to Make and Sell - Big DIY IDeas

Sun melted crayon CANDLE - Fun Summer project for kids

How To: Make Your Own Decals For Any Jar or Bottle The paper I received came with one sheet of waterslide decal paper (distinguished by a blue watermark on the back) which you print your image onto and one sheet of the magic coating paper (distinguished by attached translucent protective paper). GATHER YOUR SUPPLIES 1. Image to transfer Use

Turn fabric into pillows -- tack three corners together with the button and one corner with elastic loop. No sewing!

Mason Jar For Candles!!!! This Is Such A Good Idea! I Could Put These In My Bathroom For When I Take Baths! Johnston Johnstonmurphymen... More Mens Fashion Johnston Murphy Johnstonmurphy.gr...

Simple Yet Fun DIY Gel Candles

transfer images to glass with clear contact paper and a photocopy

Tutorial: Tissue Paper Wrapped candles~ great centerpiece for any holiday/event or gift idea!

I want to try this... always have broken crayons....Use Crayons to Create Color Block Candles

Print on wax paper, iron onto fabric...the possibilities are endless!

Print your pictures on tissue paper, then modge podge onto canvas! LOVE LOVE LOVE this...I will be doing A LOT of these

Transferring pictures to tiles by using Nail Polish Remover.

transfer pic to glass

How To Tie Dye With Sharpie Markers

DIY dry erase board ( just need a pretty frame with glass, scrapbook paper and dry erase markers).