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 that could possibly knock over a lit candle. I have an aunt who is married to a fire fighter and he won’t allow burning candles in the house!
So, with that in mind, at Christmas time I wanted to make some soy candles to give to everyone. So I gave my aunt a plugin tart warmer and some homemade soy tarts (or melts). She loved them! I’ve already written about how to make soy tarts, so now I’m going to tell you how to make wickless, flameless jar candles.
All you have to do is use my soy jar candles recipe and just don’t put a wick in the jars! That’s it! I know, easy right? I wish I could make this post longer, but there really isn’t much more to tell you. You can safely put the max amount of fragrance oil in though without worrying about clogging the wick. So for 1lb of soy wax (16oz), you could use up to 10% fragrance load (1.6 oz of fragrance oil).
So there you go! Make beautiful wickless, flameless candles and use them in your Candle warmers and enjoy. Buy some warmers and make some candles for Christmas gifts or any occasion. The cool thing too, is that you can just reuse the jars once the fragrance has gone out. And, I haven’t tried this yet, but I’m sure you could even reuse the soy wax in the jar and just melt it down and add more fragrance oil to it once all of the fragrance has been used up!
Oh, and I guess there is one more thing. If you are using a Candle warmers that heats from the top with a bulb, then when the fragrance is used up, you can pour off the top melted layer and start over with a fresh layer of fragrance!