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September 24, 2008


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such a wonderful fall craft! i want to try it, but i only have golden beeswax pellets for melting. do you think this will work as well? those tiny acorn cap candles are my favorite. thank you so much!


Love this so much! Thank you for the wonderful tutorial!


I'm awestruck!!


A Genius Project! This is great, thanks for sharing!


Two things.

It is my birthday today too!

And I am very struck with the cloth with galahs and kookaburras and sturt desert peas!!!


Beautiful photos. Waxing leaves is a favorite fall craft in our house. We dip the leaves though. Here's my post from last year about it:
I can't wait for the leaves to turn a bit more so we can do this.


Lovely! And your not pressing the leaves flat does mimic nature - I'd try floating them on green water to bring to mind the sight of all that colour on green grass. The method of doing this is clear and helpful - thanks.


I am new to your blog and just want to say that all that you do is so inspiring and I look forward to reading each morning. Thank you!

The Mommy

Beautiful. I've just discovered your blog and I'm so glad that I did. I love your projects and tutorials...they really fit well with my style and with my family. I'm so thankful for you!


oh, how cool! love the little acorn candle.


Acorn cap candles? SO cute. And I love the leaves. I've never heard of that before.


I really love this one. Where do you get the beeswax sheets?


Great tip, thank you!


Lovely idea. There is just something about beeswax isn't there?


Someone else said: I'm awestruck!

And that's exactly what I want to say, too! I have never seen this done before. It's GORGEOUS. I love the leaves AND the tiny, little candles!!!!


what a lovely way to preserve the gorgeous leaves and the little candles are just adorable!


This tutorial is fantastic, and for shore I will use this idea for my home as wheel. Also some of this marvelous leafs are going to fly with me back to Portugal. Is already on my souvenirs list.

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Thank you for that great tutorial. I think it is the only one on the Web. The three parts with the picture are in my files, now.
You make me happy :-)


Wow, it is wonderful!:) I like very very much!

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