New Tutorial: Holiday Collection “Stained Glass” Votives

I’m having too much fun making “stained glass” votives. I say “too much fun” because I’m blissfully neglecting other things, like taking down the last of the Halloween decorations, getting my roots re-touched, and even getting to Kohl’s before my $10 coupon expires.

You don’t need a pasta machine or polymer clay experience to make these votives. As long as you condition the clay before rolling strings for “leading,” you’ll be good to go.

I think I enjoy coming up with new designs for votives as much as actually making them. So my Holiday Collection “Stained Glass” Votives tutorial includes patterns for hanging ornaments, a dreidel, candles with holly, and bells, in addition to the angel pictured here.

Here’s the link to the Holiday Collection “Stained Glass” Votives tutorial in my Etsy shop.

 

2 Comments on New Tutorial: Holiday Collection “Stained Glass” Votives

  1. Zan
    November 18, 2015 at 12:26 pm (2 years ago)

    Really great idea! Anyone can make these and they are beautiful. Love all of your designs. This is a fantastic way to add a little more light and color to your holiday decorations.

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  2. Suzanne
    November 19, 2015 at 12:53 pm (2 years ago)

    Beautiful work as always. Really looks like stained glass.

    Suzann

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