Candle glass designed with Marabu YONO Marker

Simple glasses can easily be given a creative design with the YONO marker. Additionally filled with candle wax, they provide atmospheric light for mild summer evenings!

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…additionaly things you need

heat-resistant glass vessel
candle wick
wick sticker
wick holder
melting pot
soy wax
melting pot
scissors
Tips and Tricks

  • On smooth, non-absorbent surfaces, the YONO marker can be wiped off again with a damp cloth. This makes room for new creative motifs!

How it is done:

  • Clean and dry glasses before painting. They should be clean and dry dry so that the paint can adhere optimally.
  • Before first use, shake the YONO markers with the cap closed for 60 seconds and gently press the tip onto some paper several times to activate the ink flow. Write the marker on a piece of paper, then the glass jar can be decorated with differently shaped coloured spots as desired.
  • The next step is to attach the candle wick to the bottom of the glass jar using a wick sticker.
  • Now put some soy wax in the melting pot. Then heat a saucepan with water on the cooker, put the melting pot in and let the wax melt, stirring occasionally.
  • Once the wax is liquid, it can be poured into the glass vessel. To keep the wick in place, a wick holder can be helpful. Alternatively, the wick can be fixed with two sticks or similar.
  • Once the wax has cooled down, it may be necessary to melt and pour on some more wax, as the wax will sink slightly as it cools down.
  • Finally, shorten the candle wick with scissors to the desired length.

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