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It’s Here! Amy’s DIY Corner

I am so excited to be launching my new line of Do It Yourself (DIY) products that will allow you to turn all your old candle jars into new shabby chic treasures! Enjoy this slideshow starring my new products and tons of AMAZING DIY ideas in Amy's DIY Corner!

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Amy’s DIY Corner – Dyeing Mason Jars

This is a very fun and very easy project. You can create beautiful colored jars to be used for decoration, gifts, storage, and so much more! Take a look, and don't forget to let me know what you think! SUPPLIES – You will need: your clean, dry old candle jars, food coloring, cups or ramekins for individual colors, Mod Podge in glossy finish, parchment paper, and a cookie sheet. STEP 2 – Put individual colors into ramekins and mix with about a teaspoon of water. Make any color combination you like! STEP 3 – Pour about 2 tablespoons of Mod Podge to your jar. STEP 4 – Pour the contents of one of your ramekins into your jar. STEP 5...

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My Romantic Plantation Home

I am a Shabby Chic ,Country Chic, And Glamour Chic all wrapped in one. I am starting my blog to show you my Love for distressed and Romantic ideas to share with you on ideas of my decorating for my stores and developing and creating the finest Triple scented candles in the world. My passion is for pretty things and unique ditressed looking furniture and Romantic Chic decor, and of course White and Pink, and a twist of shades of green and baby blues too. Roses, are so Romantic. I cant wait to share with my fans my new Items I have developed and I will be blogging on Recycling of my containers and how to use them for amazing...

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Amy was awarded with the Community Activist Award for 2011!

BusinessNews & Tri-Parish Times Being first has always been a boon to any business endeavor. Although not a guarantee for success, pioneering a new market in an area is a key ingredient of entrepreneurship. No one knows that better than Amy Keplinger, founder of Amy's Country Candles. In just over two years the former hairstylist has transformed a small sideline candle making business into an international retail company. "As Far as I know, I was the first person in the Tri-Parish area to make my own candles," Keplinger said. "I had suggested candle making to a friend as a small business startup idea. He never did anything with it, so I decided to give it a try myself." Keplinger began...

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