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Tissue decal candles

Speaking of tissue paper decals, these decal feather candles are an easy way to update simple taper candles this spring. Use them to line brunch, center a coffe table, or make a gathered bunch to give away to friends.

To make the decal feather candles you will need tissue paper (the kind you sneeze on), an inkjet printer and a collection of white taper candles. See the full instructions and grab the colorful feather download to make your own, over at Minted today!

Photography done in collaboration with Pictilio.

6 Comments

  • Emily Paben Weddings + Events
    March 22, 2013 at 3:42 pm

    This is so clever and it totally gets my mind racing with so many variations of this idea. There are so many ways you could use this concept to add a small, thoughtful detail to any event.

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  • Laura Harrison
    January 15, 2017 at 1:38 pm

    tissue paper (the kind you sneeze on)??? I don’t think Kleenex will work. I think you use gift tissue paper, right?

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