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Clear plastic flat disc candle dust cover/lid?

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Does anyone know where on earth to get these?  You know, the ones with the hole in the middle for the wick? See them everywhere in stores on candles but I have searched high and low with no results.  Can anyone help?  Thanks, Kristy

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I've only seen the actual lids in plastic.  They carry those almost at all suppliers now.  Maybe someone will know where to get them.

 

  I did purchase cardboard ones that lay right on top of the candle and have a tiny tab to lift it, I got them for a special

wedding order and they were imprinted for me.  I got those on Etsy, you may be able to find plain cardboard on there.

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AAA Candle used to carry something like that, but we invested in a cricutter and make our own now. 

Would a cuttle bug machine do the same thing with a die?

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Would a cuttle bug machine do the same thing with a die?

If it cuts I don't see why not. If it has a circular form or if you can do circles, it ought to work. 

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Check out allwhitecandles.com, they carry some plastic covers.  I saw some more on another site, when I find it I will post.

 

 

Never mind, you're looking for the flat lids.

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Southwest Candle Supply carry adehesive type clear tops for tumblers.

It's not the flat kind that sits down on top of the wax.  Thanks anyway :)

Thanks Scented...

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Ok, I found the one I was looking for.  These are really cool dust covers.  It is advantageletterpress.com

Those are cool, just wish they were plastic.

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I have found a perfect circle cutter at Hobby Lobby....it literally cuts perfect circles at different sizes of your choice. You can also buy pretty much ANY color card stock, or other thick decorative paper there too. I use my cutter, poke one of my labels in the center, and use decorative hole punches to make a hole for the wick/wicks! It works great for me because I have so many different containers and sizes! Hope this helps someone! :)

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I have found a perfect circle cutter at Hobby Lobby....it literally cuts perfect circles at different sizes of your choice. You can also buy pretty much ANY color card stock, or other thick decorative paper there too. I use my cutter, poke one of my labels in the center, and use decorative hole punches to make a hole for the wick/wicks! It works great for me because I have so many different containers and sizes! Hope this helps someone! :)

Thank you Vicki!  Will they do 2 1/2-3"?  I will have to make a trip there soon!

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