Post # 1
I came across this tutorial via iDiy and thought it would be great to share on this website.
Note that you have to use high melt paraffin wax so the votives inside don’t melt the wax, or as one suggestion in the comments said, you could use the battery operated tea lights to reduce any risk.
A few things I would add to these is to put sand in the bottom to set the candle on so there would be less risk of the tea light melting the luminary and to maybe also put some flower petals or something between layers to cast shadows and add a little depth.
Post # 3
That is so cool! I want to try!
Post # 4
I saw this the other day too and bookmarked it! I hope that their results are typical because they are so soft and smooth looking. If anyone does do them, please share your results!
Post # 5
What a beautiful idea! I just bookmarked it, Thanks for sharing.
Post # 6
It is funny you are posting this. I came across it last week and my mom and I spent the weekend on the phone discussing how we are going to do it. We’ll be making these for the tables and another kind of wax luminary for other locations. I’m so excited. I haven’t decided yet if I will dye them to match my colors. I’m leaning towards leaving them natural but my mom wants to dye them. Our colors are mainly green and yellow with bits of blue and purple here and there as accents.
Post # 7
Those are very neat and chic~
Post # 8
Added it to my favorites. You are amazing for posting this