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Friday, August 30, 2013

Video Candle Tutorial




I had some requests for a candle video. Just to know how much I love you all I am willing to make a video.
It worked out perfect today as it was too hot for Ron to work outside. This kept him in the house. He is a very good film maker.
All I can say is I never thought four years ago blogging would change my life. It was fun though and I did want you to know how easy it is so you can make your own candles.
So without further ado, me the candle maker






20 comments:

  1. i knew i would never make a candle again (used to do some as a teenager) but i just had to watch and listen to you. you are adorable! plus you make the PERFECT teacher! you should be doing cooking shows or craft shows on tv! :)

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  2. You are so cute! I love your video, it looks so easy! You are the best teacher. :) One thing though... I have never seen you wear an apron in the almost 10 years that I've been in your family! That is the cutest apron I have ever seen!!

    I think you should do more videos for all kinds of stuff. :D

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  3. Oh, Kim! I LOVED this! How wonderful to hear your voice and see you work! Thank you!

    I send along wishes for a good Friday evening!

    xo Nellie

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  4. Kim, you have the sweetest voice and you are so poise while doing this tutorial. You are a natural.
    I really enjoyed watching your video in your spotless beautiful kitchen. I think that you should make more videos.
    Thanks for sharing this.

    Hugs,
    JB

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  5. Kim
    thank you for the tutorial.
    You are a cutie!
    I didn't realize your hair was dark.
    Your camera man did an excellent job.

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  6. Amazing! You are so right! I think I can do it. I'm going to start saving jars! Thank you, Kim! Well done!

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  7. That's a wonderful tutorial!
    So good to see you!
    I agree with the other ladies, you should make more videos.
    I do love your apron!

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  8. What a nice video! I'm sure the kids will make me play it over and over so they can see you. I love your apron. And it looks so easy to make candles!

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  9. Thank you! Thank you!! so much Kim,You are so professional, as is Ron the man behind the video, and I am so happy I finally heard that sweet voice behind this beautiful blog. Your words match your voice, sweet sweet! sweet! and beautiful.
    you made it seem so simple, please leave it up, as I will be coming back to make sure I am doing everything right.
    Enjoy your labor Day weekend, I made applesauce to day, dh came in tonight and informed me the concord grapes are ready so grape jelly in on tap for tomorrow.
    Hugs,
    Sue.

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  10. Well if that isn't the cutest thing! What a great idea, and there is Kim in her cute apron quietly explaining how to make a candle. I just loved it!! Keep them coming, there's nothing like a good visual and you and your hubby did a great job!

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  11. It truly is easy, so I see! I'm going to have to try this, definitely! You explained it so well...thanks Kim! :)

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  12. Oh Kim! you are such a sweetie! I absolutely LOVED watching and listening. Your tutorial is perfect as I've been wanting to make my own candles for ages! Thanks for giving me the confidence and know-how!

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  13. PS A big thank you to Ron for doing a great job filming this too!

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  14. Great video Kim, you and Ron did a fantastic job!

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  15. oh kim, you have inspired me, i may just make me some candles. even though they sell some pretty nice ones in the store ;))

    this brought back hula-hoe memories!!

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  16. Oh Kim, i LOVED this! You are just soo cute! It was wonderful putting a face and visual to you. And your tutorial was REALLY good too. I just might make me up some candles now. Hope you have a wonderful L O N G week-end!

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  17. Totally cool! Blogging does help us get to the next step in the virtual world. Excellent video. Nice to put a face to your blog.

    Velva

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  18. Oh Kim, I am just so impressed with your tutorial, you are so cute, I loved this and I hope you do more...Primetime TV may be calling LOL It is so hot and humid here today, no candle making for me...Thinking of you, Julie.

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  19. What a wonderful tutorial - you're a star!

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  20. Kim, it was so nice to see you and hear you! Thank you for the tutorial.

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