vizio candle ashtray may 28, 2011 vizio candle ashtray ‘vizio’ by flusscreativo designed by italian studio flussocreativo, ‘vizio’ is a candle ashtray that consists of a paraffin wax body, with the wick positioned along the perimeter of the object within the central indentation. once started, the light takes a circular route, following the inner circumference of the candle in order to dissolve the paraffin and give the look of one who kidnapped by the enchantment of fire, stopped to observe its movement. during its hypnotic and suggestive run, the wick melts the wax forming a liquid pool able to hold ashes, foul odor and of course the butts.
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Mother's Day Fingerprint Candles A few months ago, the kids drew pictures on tissue paper to make these Artwork Candles. For Mother's Day this year, I wanted to use the same concept to make a gift for the grandmas and great-grandma. This time, we used acrylic paints to make a cute thumbprint/fingerprint picture for our candles. I was so pleased at how well the acrylic paints worked to make a bright and colorful scene on our candles. Just like the Artwork Candles we made before, these were surprisingly easy to make. LIZ WOLFE » Work Work Green Birds and Faux Blossoms Sugar Hills Things My Father didn’t Teach Me, How to tie a Tie - this isn't happiness™ ABOUT ARCHIVE FOLLOW Facebook Twitter Instagram Google+ Ads Via The Deck Things My Father didn’t Teach Me, How to tie a Tie share it 3,740 notes
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