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  • Andie K

    This may or may not be my most fave DIY project yet. It could be because I found the cutest little teacups to use like the one above that have 'Best Wishes' written in gold cursive  or it could be because the ever so fabulous Jenna of Jenna McKenzie Photography took all of the beautiful shots for me just for this post (have I told you how much I heart her?) But really, I love this project cause I know you're going to love it too. It's easy, super cute and perfect for favors, home decor, gifts, bridal showers and the list goes on. Read on to find out how you too can make your own DIY Vintage Teacup Candles! Supplies. You will need the following: • vintage tea cups, any will do • eco friendly candle wax flakes • wooden kabob skewer sticks • scotch tape and sharp scissors • a stove, a double boiler and bowl • oven mitts and a hot plate/trivet {Step 1} You'll want to make wooden wick supports to lay over top of the teacups. To do this you can tape [...]

  • Gassia

    Cute gift idea for my parents' 25th wedding anniversary. DIY Vintage Teacup Candles. We’ve all seen the sloppy, kind of amateurish teacup candles at Crafts’ Fairs, but I think these are really beautiful mainly because of the pink wax. Also, save money and write your message with a gold sharpie on teacup.

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