Okay, it can go on something other than a wine glass, but I seem to have a few of those sitting around and I love the look! For this project I used Perfect Paper (made from rocks!) that is heat resistant so I don’t burn up the house – yes there is a scar on my craft table from a candle left to burn and then forgotten. I really did need it to get rid of some smell and then forgot to blow it out. Anyway, my project is for Halloween of course, and I ended up using my scraps for a second method – two for the price of one.
Step 1: Create your votive outline and arrange your objects on the layout as desired.
Step 2: Print the page, using registration marks (you can see them if you look really close).
Step 3: Place the printed paper in your super fabulous KNK, align the registration marks, and then cut out the selected objects and the outline. Using a transparent adhesive, create your cone.
From there, I had these wonderful little ghost cut outs to which I applied repositionable adhesive. I arranged them on the second wine glass. When cutting the second shade, I removed the ghosts and rearranged the bats before printing and cutting. This gave the second shade an eerie and wonderfully different look from the first votive shade.
Which one do you prefer?