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Halloween candle - step 2

Light up the darkness with some spooky designs to join in the Halloween celebrations at home. It's really easy to create patterns in candle wax such as spiders, pumpkins and skulls. Just follow our step-by-step guide.

Step One

Draw your design of spiders, witches or pumpkins onto the candle with a pencil, pressing lightly initially and more firmly when you are happy with the design.

Step Two

Using a Dremel 300 multi-tool and engraving cutter, engrave the design onto the candle, working slowly and steadily so that the lines are of an even depth.

Step Three

Brush the surface of the candle with a soft paintbrush to remove any excess wax.

Materials required

Dremel 300 Series multi-tool and engraving cutter accessory (107)
Candles (orange and black)
Pencil
Paintbrush

The Dremel 300-30 kit includes the 300 series multi-tool and 30 accessories. Available from Argos, B&Q, Homebase and online at http://www.dremel-direct.com with an SRP of £44.99. 

The engraving cutter is also available separately online or from DIY stores including B&Q priced from £3.28. 

For more info, visit the Dremel website:   http://www.dremel.co.uk

ENDS

For further media information or high res step-by-step images, please email: speed@starfishcommunications.com

What is Halloween

Halloween (or Hallowe'en ... but also known as Samhain, Summer's End, All Hallow's Eve, Witches Night, Lamswool, and Snap-Apple), is a holiday that is celebrated annually on the night of October 31. It originated in Ireland, and is celebrated in quite a few countries including Ireland itself, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Sweden among others. It's celebrated in a variety of ways and activities including trick-or-treating (children ask for sweets and play a trick if they are not given), ghost tours, bonfires, costume parties, "haunted house" tours, carving pumpkins (Jack-o'-lanterns) and reading / watching scary stories / movies.

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