Sunday

PB Knock Off Candles

 Look what just showed up in my brand new Pottery Barn catalog - music candles.


Lovely, but $29 for the largest one? Really?


I picked up two pillar candles on sale at TJ Maxx for $2 a piece. You need a light colored candle; Tan, white or ivory are best, but I bought this shaded one and it will work as well.

Download the pdfs of music here (tall) or here (wide). Cut plain white tissue paper 81/2 x 11. Tape the top to a piece of card stock. You only need to tape about 4 inches across the top; not the whole width. The tape allows the printer to catch the paper.  Print either pdf on the tissue paper depending on the size of your candle.

Cut the tissue to fit the candle. With a thin bead of glue, attach one end of the tissue to the candle. Pull the tissue snuggly around the candle then glue the other end.  Gently heat the candle surface with a heat gun just until the wax melts and saturates the paper.


The tissue takes on the color of the candle.

I learned that you can remove the tissue if you change your mind by gently pulling off the paper.

Take that, Pottery Barn.

157 comments:

Janae @ Somewhat Couture said...

I love this! I really love it because I have a heat gun that I have never really used! I am going to make a bunch of these! Love your blog!!!

Faith, Trust, and a Little Pixie Dust said...

How cool is this!?! Thanks so much for teaching me how to do it!

Warmly, Michelle

Teri said...

Great idea! I happen to have some tissue paper with music on it... now I know what I'm going use it for.

KeLLy aNN said...

Those are REALLY lovely,
and you gave me a great idea to use the heat gun on my candles.

Dani @ Just Drops in the Bucket said...

You totally showed PB up! These will make great gifts for the music lovers in the fam. thanks so much for sharing!

-dani

ps- totally following your great ideas now!! ;-)

Patty said...

This is so clever! Who in the world would spend $29 on a candle?

Beverly @ FlamingoToes.com said...

What a great knockoff!!! I didn't know you could print on tissue paper - thanks for the tutorial! :)

Terri @ em-belle-ish.blogspot.com said...

Gonna try it. Thanks for sharing :)

BettyBee said...

Brilliant! I love being able to re-create high-dollar looks for a fraction of the cost! Thanks for sharing at Betty Bee's Buzz!!

NanaDiana said...

You are SOOOO darned smart! I love this...PB can take a flying leap! Hugs- Diana

Carrie said...

I used the same technique to make favors for my daughters Christening! So simple.. yours a absolutely LOVELY!

Beth said...

Gail these are gorgeous and at about a 10th of the cost, way to go.

Thanks for sharing your take on our motivation project from last week at Betty Bee's Buzz very inspiring.

Marsha's Mpressions said...

Awesome! You are so smart!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Really cute, clever and thrifty!

Bonnie@Creative Decorating said...

Just stopping by from Met Monday. Great idea! The candles turned out perfect. I am saving for a future project!

Lauren Bird said...

I saw your post on Polly Want a Crafter! I love this idea. I am now a new follower :)

www.theelephantstrunk42.blogspot.com

JoeyfromSC said...

I LOVE Pottery Barn, but not the prices sometimes lol

That's genius! lol-Thanks for sharing! They're so nice!

The Tablescaper said...

This is really a great idea. Printing on the tissue paper takes it to a whole new level. And...gets my imagination going. Why stop at music?

I'd love to have you and your candle copies join my meme Seasonal Sundays. The link is open until late Monday night. Hope to see you!

- The Tablescaper

Krista @ While He Was Napping said...

These are so gorgeous! I love them! Thanks for sharing! I'd love for you to come link it up this weekend to Weekend Wander. Hope to see you on Friday!

Krista

Tracie said...

very nice! thanks for sharing!

Laurie at Turner Farm said...

Very Clever ~ Thanks for sharing

liz@alittlepeaceofhome said...

your candles turned out great! even better than the one's in PB catalogue - very creative!

creativejewishmom/sara said...

very nice, and thanks so much for the tip of how to get tissue paper thru the printer, wow, that openss up so many possibilities in my book! And thanks for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday, great to have you!

Nutbird said...

You rock!

Dana said...

I have done this technique by stamping images on tissue paper, but never thought about printing on it. I love, love, love these!!

Dana said...

Oh and THANK YOU for the downloads! You talk about easy! You made it soooo easy!

Rosemary said...

awesome and look at all the money you saved!!!Thank you for posting at Betty Bees Buzz!! Don't forget to become a follower!!!:)

Linda said...

What a great idea! Thanks!

Linda @ Linda's Lunacy
http://www.lindaslunacy.blogspot.com

Cristie said...

Way cool! love them...

Pam said...

Great idea. I just glued scrapbook paper to mine, but then you can't burn them. Much better. And BTW who would spend $29.00 on a candle in the first place.

Cate said...

very cool! I will be showing this on my blog Random Crafty Georgia Girl during my Christmas Decoration Marathon going on through the month of November.
-Cate from Random Crafty Georgia Girl

Jenni said...

those are awesome and i think your version actually looks even better than pottery barns!

Sew Much Ado said...

I really love those, I want to make some for my mom for Christmas! I hope you'll enter them in the Copycat Challenge that I'm hosting. It's a knock off contest and the prizes are great! You can find all the details at sewmuchado.blogspot.com :).

Bella said...

Gail you've done it again, as Brittney Spears would say, lol. You know I love all this sheet music crafts. These turned out so cool, and no difference at ALL, between the real things, except of course the money saved, woo hoo. Thanks so much for linking up to **Amaze me AUgust** I really appreciate it. Oh and be on the lookout, I am starting another ~~Special Party~~ this week, called **6 weeks 2 JINGLE** yup all things Christmas. Hope you share, some incredible holiday projects. Thanks again, Bella :)

Pattie @ Olla-Podrida said...

I LOVE these! I have been stalking those candles in the catalog thinking how great they would look on my holiday table. Wow, yours look great and to have the instructions is fantastic. Thank you so much!

A Cottage Muse said...

You are one creative cookie!! Love it!!

Rose :: FineCraftGuild.com said...

Oh, love that!

Ikea candles are my friends also. they are inexpensive and make great gift.

Your post is reminding us to buy some.

I love what you did with them.

AND ..
thank you for link your tutorial up with us! It would be great if you'd add a link back on your site so we can all share in the fun. thanks in advance and hope to see you again next week Wednesday with an equally clever and oh so easy craft idea, okay?!

Rose

Sandy Coleman said...

So cool! Thanks for sharing. I'm going to play with the music sheets.

Ann @ makethebestofthings said...

Sweet! Love this elegant look! I just wrapped my old candles in jute and gave them black bows, I will have to try this out now.

Theresa said...

GENIUS!!! Thank you for sharing this with us... I am off to buy candles! Theresa xoxo

Amihan said...

Oh my goodness! How cool is this! I didn't know you could print on tissue paper. what a great idea!

Madigan at madiganmade said...

Thanks for the tut! Great idea!

Rettabug said...

What a darling idea...I can't wait to try it! These would make a nice gift for DD to put on her piano. :D

At first I thought you used decoupage but this is even better!

Thanks for sharing it with us.

Hugs,
Rett

mullbill said...

Can't wait to make these as gifts. I don't have a heat gun. Would a hair dryer work??? Thanks!

Kathleen said...

I like yours even better than the PB version. Is that blasphemy? Ha ha

Kristy said...

Very Beautiful!

Sanditerese said...

Love it! I can't wait to do this.

southernscraps said...

I saw these in the PB catalog and immediatley put that on my "to do" list. So easy to knock off. Great job with yours. I plan to get mine done for Christmas.

Melissa said...

That is great. I can't wait to do something like that. You have such great ideas! Thanks for sharing over at Tuesday Tell All.

Lolly Jane said...

Love that idea- turned out way cuter than PB, too! We just aboutposted a Target knock off... ridiculous how much they charge, isn't it?

Found you on MyCraftieLife- we're your newest follower. Pop over and say HI sometime ;)

Happy crafting!

Amy Kinser said...

I made me some of those a couple of months ago and love them. Yours look great!!

I love candles and with sheet music wrapped around them makes them all the better.

Anne said...

Those look great!

Amy Bowman said...

oh my this is cool! I have a specialty gift shop by our home that has the most beautiful printed tissue paper that they sell by the sheet--do you know how many amazing candles I could make using this method???!!!
I am so excited!!
My dollar store sells the candles for a buck, I could cover quite a few with one sheet of tissue.
Cheep, beautiful gift!
Thank you for sharing at "AP tuesdays"

Gail said...

Hey guys - the newest PB Catalog shows birch bark candles for the same $29. Google "birch bark images" then print your favorite on tissue and follow the rest of my tutorial. We may put PB out of business (I hope not).

Cindy said...

What an excellent and beautiful idea! Thanks so much for telling us how to do it.
Hugs, Cindy

One Cheap B*tch said...

Coming over from My Backyard Eden. I love the look of candles with the sheet music!

Jeanine

Seamingly Smitten said...

What a great way to dress up a candle! And I wouldn't pay 29 dollars per candle either! :)
www.seaminglysmitten.blogspot.com
Jenny

Bumblebee and Sophie said...

What a great idea! I might steal this for my sisters wedding in Feb. and use the poems instead of music?

Katie said...

WOW great way to save money! Your version looks amazing! This would make for a great gift for a musically inclined friend/family member! I hope you will link this up at SewWoodsy.blogspot.com!

Mikey said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog. I just found it today through Nifty Thrifty Tuesday!!!! Thanks for your great low-cost EASY and IMPRESSIVE crafts! ~Mikey @ Shabby French Cottage

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Your candles look just like the PB ones and theirs do cost way too much. Look at all the money you saved. Thank you for linking up. I would appreciate it if you would add my link in.

DANA said...

That is awesome! I would love for you to link up at my Strut Your Stuff Party!
http://danajeanward.blogspot.com/2010/11/strut-your-stuff-party.html

Nikki said...

AWESOME! Thanks so much for linking up to gettin' crafty on hump day! :)

Lynn Richards said...

AHA!! I love the candles at PB, but my, oh my! Yours are the BEST!!!
Thanks for the info!!
xo
lynn

Gina @ The Shabby Chic Cottage said...

Love those candles - that's a GREAT idea!

Sassy Sites! said...

I love it! I found you over at the blog hop and I'm your newest follower! Come by Sassy Sites! xoxo

www.sassysites.blogspot.com

Michelle @Shellsshabbyshack said...

Everything looks beautiful with sheet music. These are very cute! Love when you can have the "PB" look without the expense!

Sommer said...

Girl I've been eye'ing those candles for weeks trying to figure out how to do them. I thought of the tissue paper but I'm still afraid of burning the candle. I'm thinking some sort of poly coat over it??? You did a great job!

Gail said...

Pilar candles burn from the inside leaving the shell in tact. No need to worry about burning the tissue paper. I wouldn't use this on tapers.

Crystal said...

these turned out so pretty. I love them.

Patricia L said...

Now that is awesome! Found you @ Paisley Passions.

Helena said...

Simple, beautiful, and exactly what my little apartment needs. thank you for linking up to Suzy's Artsy Craftsy Sitcom- it's how I found you!

Kim said...

What a wonderful idea, melting the tissue into the candle--brilliant.

Corinna said...

Saw this on Paisley Passions. It totally rocks!

Corinna

Amanda Dale said...

Love it! Going to try it out!!! Thanks for the tips!

Nina @ Momma Go Round said...

Beyond brilliant! OMG I'm in love. I'm linking this up on my blog's FB page!

www.facebook.com/mommagoround

Tricia - A Rosy Note said...

Wow! Those look great. I'm going to have to give it a try :)

food for thought said...

great idea, i was just admiring those candles myself~

Blondie's Journal said...

I just saw these last night in the PB catalog...how neat that you made them just as well!!

XO,
Jane

Blue Ridge Altered Art said...

Great idea especially for a music teacher. I just sent this to my daughter so she can make them for my grandsons music teacher at school. Thanks for sharing. ~~Sherry~~

Jane said...

I was just looking at the PB candles, thinking this would be a nice gift for my sister. Your idea is MUCH better! Thanks for sharing.
Jane (artfully graced)

SALTBOX TREASURES said...

Love your candles!
~ Julie

KarenB said...

Oh my gosh, you're the best! I'm saving this for sure! Did you see that they have a HUGE one for something like $69, oh nevermind, it's a birch bark one. :-) But you could make a huge music candle. COOL

Debbie said...

LOVE this idea. I JUST bought a heat gun and was going to return it because it was not working for what I wanted. Guess I'll keep it and try this project. Thanks for sharing!!!!

Lily's Laundry Boutique said...

awesome. new follower from blog hop. www.lilyslaundryblog.com

June Houck said...

Gail, score on the $2 candle! The tinted candle is particularly awesome with this technique and gives the music a vinatage-y feel.

Thank you for joining us at Betty Bee's Buzz!

June Houck

Toocutedobs said...

Very elegant and high end loking at a very thrifty price. NICE!

Sheri said...

oooooo - i love this - and i'm so not the crafty type. DEFINITELY doing this though. If i can determine this - the Heat gun - am i the only one who doesn't know what this is or have one??

Katie said...

I featured these awesome candles today on Sew Woodsy! Make sure you grab your featured button!

http://sewwoodsy.blogspot.com/2010/11/friday-features_12.html

Amy @ Keep'n The SunnySide said...

Wow.. they turned out great.. way to go!

Jenny said...

Awesome!

Vanessa said...

Wow! Look out PB! They really are going to have to watch out for all the great Bloggers like yourself who come up with less expensive ways to make their creations.
Great job and thanks so much for joining the party again this week!
Vanessa

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Wow~ They look just amazing!! I love how they came out and thinking I am going to have to try making some of those beauties for my holiday table. Thanks so much for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday! Great job! :)

Debra@Common Ground said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial, I'm going to give these a try, they're gorgeous!! Thanks for linking up with VIF!
xo,
Debra

Cassie said...

Totally amazing!!!!
With all that money you saved you can buy more PAPER!!!! woot!!!!
Thank you so much for sharing it with us at Paper Issues!!
=)

Brambleberry Cottage said...

Every bit as nice as the PB candles, and a lot more affordable! That is such a great idea! Thanks for the tutorial.

Thanks, also, for linking to my party. I look forward to seeing what you link up each week.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com

~SALLY~ said...

Gorgeous!!!

I am a new follower from the blog hop...hoping you can stop by and follow me sometime at my review and giveaway blog. Here is the link:

http://couponsandfreebiesforyou.blogspot.com/

I do have several blogs, but this one is the one I need followers on. Thanks so much and Happy Friday!

Heather - Dollarstorecrafts.com said...

Cool! I shared it with my Dollar Store Crafts Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dollar-Store-Crafts/161233564682

Brenda Kula said...

Oh, I'm loving this for sure! Thanks for the link to the download.
Brenda

Threeundertwo said...

I love this!! That Pottery Barn price is crazy. Some people must just have money to burn - literally. Thanks so much for linking up to Finished for Friday.

Rita E said...

Great idea ... so very creative! Thanks for sharing.

Debbie said...

I swear when I saw these candles I thought I can make those..now I see they really do turn out. Fantastic job!

Theresa said...

PerfectO! I seriously cannot tell the difference between yours and the Pottery Barn inspirations! Thx much for sharing and the pdf link!

Pamela said...

Awesome! My husband is a musician and think these would be beautiful on the piano. Thanks for sharing it with us--and making it so easy to get the paper for the project.

AllieMakes! said...

Good instruction! Thanks for the info!
Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!
AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

ArtSnark said...

Simply brilliant! Thanks for sharing

Scott said...

Really cool technique. I've never thought about doing a candle related craft - this makes me want to try! Scott :-)

Christa @ Stories of a House said...

What a great idea, I love this!

Ashlee @ I'm Topsy Turvy said...

these look GREAT! I love this idea. Thanks for linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesday's.

The Prudent Homemaker said...

This is great! And I love the suggestions for inexpensive candles in the comments, too!

I linked to this on my Frugal Gifts page!

Felicity {at Simple Elegance} said...

Very fabulous! I have to make some of these! Thanks for the tutorial!

Felicity @ Simple Elegance

Sara @ Mom Endeavors said...

These are SO awesome!! This former musician MUST make these!! :) Thank you so much for sharing!!

Sarah said...

Absolutely love these candles! Ingenious idea! I might be making some these in the future! Thanks for the info!

Robin said...

so very cute! I will be making these also since my daughter is a music education major in college. She will be getting a set under the Christmas tree :-)
thanks!

Jerri said...

I love music stuff! Great job on these! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites!

Kristi Flanagan said...

What a great idea to print on tissue paper! Thanks for planting your creative seeds at Plant a Punkin Seed Party!

Kristi
Punkin Seed Productions

Shaunna said...

Genius. LOVE the way they turned out!! I'll have to give this a whirl. Thanks for linking up to SFS! -shaunna :)

Nancy Ward said...

Hi!

Wanted you to know I posted a link to this tutorial today on my blog, PaperFriendly.

Nancy Ward
PaperFriendly
http://www.nancywardcrafts.com

Laura said...

Beautiful! Genius! You gotta know your knock-off is going to get knock-offed all over the blog world. ;)

Anonymous said...

Has anyone tried them without a heat gun? Heat guns are very expensive.

Gail said...

I looked up to see how expensive heat guns really are. You don't need the $100 heat stripping heat gun from Home Depot (which probably gets too hot). I am referring to the embossing heat guns that rubber stampers and scrapbookers. A quick scan of the internet shows that they are about $25. Michael's (JoAnn's and Lobby too) frequently has 40 or 50% coupons which would make these quite reasonable.

Jocelyn said...

I have done this before but I always stamped the image on the tissue paper...thanks for the printing tip:-)

Sailor Kiuki said...

This is cute I wish I would've thought of it

CraftyCarole said...

would a hair dryer do the same thing??

Amanda said...

I just wanted to stop by and let you know that I linked to this post today from Copycat Crafts. :) Copycat Crafts features all sorts of great knock projects just like this one and we wanted to say thanks for the great post! Your feature can be seen from our home page and you can get to it directly here
http://www.copycatcrafts.com/pb-inspired-sheet-music-candles/

If you would like a "featured by" button, you can grab one from our right side bar. Thanks!
http://www.copycatcrafts.com/

Courtney Jo said...

Just found your blog through Knock Off Decor. I am really excited about your ideas since I don't have the funds to spend $29 on a single candle. So excited to make these for my boyfriend...he plays the violin.

Heidi said...

Great idea! Thanks for the "how to"!

Karen said...

A hairdryer works! This is fantastic! No candle in my house is safe. I have been making these all day since I read this how to this morning.

Nicole said...

my printer won't print it on the tissue paper--all it does is grip the tape and grab the tissue paper. i've tried so many times. Help! i was so excited about this project!

Gail said...

I'm so sorry your printer won't cooperate. You might try a stronger tape, such as masking tape.Try taping it the width of the paper, not just a few inches. I use card stock as the base paper. Perhaps that heavier paper will help too.

Naturally Me Creations said...

I've seen a few ideas regarding decorating things with sheet music and i love it! I still want to try it with candles.

The Old Block House said...

I love this idea! After Christmas, I'll be watching for the candles to go on clearance, then snag up a bunch. I want to use a couple of photos to create these.

Vicki V @ blestnest.blogspot.com said...

Gail, I did a post today about your candles if you want to check it out. They turned out cute! http://blestnest.blogspot.com/2012/02/minute-to-pin-it.html

Catherine said...

Thanks for the tutorial! I'm going to make a set using some of my favorite comic book panels :)

Frugalteacher said...

I don't have a heat gun. What else could I do to heat it up?

Frugalteacher said...

BTW love this idea! I am planning a boys choir banquet. These would be perfect for the centerpieces!

Mandi said...

This is the BEST idea ever. After seeing it I immediately went out to the store, got my candles and tissue paper, came home and made them! I too didn't have a heat gun, so I used my blow dryer on high, and it worked great! Thank you so much! I'm thinking about using these as part of my center pieces for my wedding!

Lauralee said...

Thank you! I shared your post on
Crafty Crafts

Amy Johnson said...

I love this idea! Going to make some for my piano teacher.

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