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My mom loves candles. This year for Hanukka, instead of spending 18 bucks for a candle or two from yankee, I've decided to make her some candles! I ...
This project does require a few safety/mess preventions. *Wax is very hard to clean up from counters. In order to help with cleanup, use as few tools as ...
Wax - I got mine from Joanne's, a 4 pound block for something like $14Wicks - Got it from Joanne's, too, for $2Crayons (If you want your candle ...
Turn on your double boiler, and if you have a large block of wax like me, rest the wax over the boiler. This way, it will soften, and ...
I made my candles yellow, and vanilla scented. For my half pound of wax, I put in half a yellow crayon, and a splash or two of vanilla.This ...
Cut off a piece of wick (cotton string) that's about an inch longer than your candle will be. Dip this into the wax, and then take it out. ...
Use the double boiler to pour wax into each mold, then stick the candles into your fridge. This will speed up the cooling process. Once they are starting ...
Wax spills are inevitable. One of the best ways to clean them up is to lay a brown bag over the spill, and use an iron set on ...
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