There’s something about candles floating on the water that gives off a peaceful and even romantic feeling. The flickering flames reflecting on the water, gently floating. Pair that with a creative bowl and maybe some decorative rocks or shells or whatever else you can think of, and you have yourself a lovely centerpiece! So, I [Continue Reading]
Soy Candle Making Instructions!
Find lots of soy candle making instructions right here! Learn how to make several types of beautiful soy candles that you can be used for personal use, as gifts or to sell. Making soy candles is a fun and rewarding hobby or business and you will find tons of information here on this site to ensure that you get off to a great start making your candles. Be sure to check out my videos, Frequently Asked Questions page and where to buy your supplies. I hope you enjoy making soy candles. Remember, don't be afraid to experiment and be creative with your candles too!
Making a wickless, flameless, jar candle is very simple. You can use pretty much any jar that can withstand some heat and will fit on a warmer such as Scentsy or any other brand of Candle warmers. I love candles, but I admit, they can be dangerous, especially if you have kids and pets around [Continue Reading]
So you have some soy candle recipes and now it’s time to purchase soy wax, wicks, jars, fragrance oils and dye. I will tell you, if you can do without the dye and just go with the natural creamy color of the soy wax, it will save you a good deal of time and hassle [Continue Reading]
Soy wax melts or “tarts” are one kind of wickless/flameless candle. You can use soy wax melts in a tart burner such as Scentsy wickless candles (flameless), or use with a tealight burner (which would not be flameless). They tend to give off a stronger fragrance than candles with wicks. One of the reasons [Continue Reading]
Instructions on how to make a soy candle in Mason Jars . You can also view the video above. I love using Square Mason Jars for my jar candles , but you can pretty much use any jar or glass as long as the glass isn’t too thin. You’ll need to experiment with the wick [Continue Reading]
Today I’m going to show you how to make these wonderful scented soy tealights right at home! Tealights are excellent for using in your tealight holders whether for weddings or other special occasions. For weddings, you can even leave them uncolored because the natural color of soy wax is a creamy white. You can [Continue Reading]
Soy chunk candles are made by filling a glass container with chunks of colored, scented wax, and then poured over with another color/scent that will allow the colored chunks to show through when it is set. These are beautifull candles that make some neat colors when the chunks melt together with the overpour color, [Continue Reading]
So you want to learn how to make soy votive candles? Well, it’s actually pretty simple and you can do it right in your own kitchen! Soy votives make wonderful gifts for any occasion and it’s wonderful when you can make a gift yourself, adding your own fragrance or fragrance blend as a special personal [Continue Reading]