Love these! I would have never thought to print the whole picture and then just cut out the label. I can't wait to make some Yankee Candles for my little house. Thanks for sharing!
Great tutorial, Lindsey! I love this idea of using the labels from the catalog instead of struggling with printies. Thanks for sharing.Lisa
Gracias por el tutorial, quedan unas preciosas velas
Adorable! Thank you for the fantastic tutorial! xo Jennifer
Hola Lindsey, muchas gracias por tus amables palabras. Tú tambien tienes unas minis preciosas.Un abrazo.
OMG! Totally awesome! You are a genius! Thanks for such a great tutorial.hugs♥,Caroline
Hi Lindsey! This is a Terrific tutorial and you have presented it in such a visually lovely way! I almost always use mini labels from magazine tear sheets and so this is right up my alley. The way that you have turned these tiny jars into decorative and authentic looking candles is Unbelievable!!! When you look at them, I feel that you can actually "smell" the fragrance that is associated with the label on the jar; a SUPER GOOD JOB! :Delizabeth
I work in a Yankee Candle store and you are BRILLIANT :) Great, amazing idea, just love it!
You are a rockstar! These are just fantastic friend! Seriously! Pure genius! I hope school is going well for you! Happy week friend! Nicole xoxo
The candles looks great!! Thanks for sharing =)And I love the apples in the first picture Hannah
This is amazing, Lindsey! xoxo
I made some similar to these, before I saw this tutorial, and have since ordered a catalog from Yankee Candles, I can't wait to fix my labels. Thank YouI melted actual candles and used that instead of clay. I also used a 8mm flat back rhinestone glued onto a stopper so that it looks like the lid on the original candle jars.
You are so talented!
Thanks so much for sharing! I have a huge hoard of those bottles and this is the cutest idea. I have seen for them!
Hi Lindsey, me again! I saw this post and had to read it! I have those exact bottles from the Dollar Store, I bought mine for the gems inside to add to that very same little Hobby Lobby chest charm you have! I made mine into a tiny treasure chest. What a cute idea to use the bottles for Yankee candles! I'm going downstairs right now to make sure I still have the bottles. Thanks for the inspiration!Gina
Hi Lindsey,Here is the link to my post with the little treasure chest in it, I painted it brown. It is in the Library picture on the secretary. It is filled with those little gems from the little bottles and has a little gold necklace hanging out, wish it were a better photo for you.http://victorianwannab.blogspot.com/2014/04/easter-and-dollhouse-updates.htmlHave a great day,Gina
Thank you wonderful tutorial!!!
I made some thank you so much this was fun!!!!
Great tutorial. Thanks.
Just one question, don't you need to backe the polymer (fimo)??
I'm wondering the same thing. You probably could before putting the label on... just the glass bottle, polymer clay and wire.
Great tutorial. I've ordered my catalog, digging out my jars. Thank you.A Big Mini Hug
fantastic tutorial i live in the uk and cant find a yankee catalog anywere any ideas how i can get one thanks xx
You can go to www.yankeecandle.com and request a catalog.
Me encartan como te han quedado,un gran tutorial y una puesta en escena de lujo!!!!!!Besos.
I live in Australia and can't find a yankee catalog anywhere either. Any ideas where I may get one. Great tutorial. Love it
Robyn, go to www.yankeecandle.com and request a catalog.
I just bought these little bottles at the Dollar Tree and wasn't sure what I was going to do with them. This is genius! I'm making a "used book store" room box for my daughter. She just received her Masters in Library Science and LOVES candles. These will go all over the room! Thanks for a great tut.
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