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Colored scented silicone bulbs - tutorial link

Posted by iowagirl2006 (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 19, 08 at 10:26

Wow - this is a great tutorial on how to make the scented colored (and hers are grubbied) silicone bulbs.

This used to be a national secret, I think! LOL!

I love these pretty bulbs - and I tried to make them once - the plain ones. I found it was easier to buy them :)

Her instructions are so good I might have to give it another shot. I don't know if I will add the coffee to them, but I do like the color and scent.

I love the look of the string lights dipped in the silicone. Wouldn't orange pumpkin scented ones be great for fall!

Here is a link that might be useful: Pickled Pepper Patch Blog - silicone dipped bulb tutorial


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RE: Colored scented silicone bulbs - tutorial link

Thanks so much IowaGirl...I really wanted to know how to do this! I bought a lot of battery operated candles at a yard sale with this project in mind :)

Here is a link that might be useful: Kudzu's Blog


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RE: Colored scented silicone bulbs - tutorial link

I don't remember these. I'm passing the site on to some who are worried about what to make for Christmas presents. This just might be the ticket Thanks


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RE: Colored scented silicone bulbs - tutorial link

How neat. I've seen the clear ones but never the colored ones....


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RE: Colored scented silicone bulbs - tutorial link

I just saw this site too. What a great tutorial. And she has some freebies on there too.


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