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I recently started helping my mother plan her wedding, as luck would have it my friend Paula at TheKnot tapped me to submit DIY tutorials for brides who ...
1 pound of Soy wax in flake form ([ Lone star supply) 1 Pyrex measuring cup ( or something similar to Pyrex)1-3 Recycled Tea cups ( went to ...
Clean and dry all of your containersWipe down with Alcohol to remove grease and fingerprints
Using the pyrex container or a double boiler, melt the pound of soy waxremove from heat Using the thermometer, wait until mixture is cooled to 170-180 degrees. It ...
A after it has cooled to 170- 180 degrees add 1oz of fragrance One 1 fl ounce of fragrance oil scents 16 ounces of soy wax, or use ...
Wait until wax is at 150 degrees Now stir 15-20 drops of wax coloring if desired
Place wick t the bottom of container, use double sided tape to secure it .
Place clean dry container on aluminum foil, Remove wax from pan ( if you are using a Pyrex container then pour in) and pour in wax slowly until ...
Place knives ( or whatever yo chose) on either side of candle to prevent it from falling at it cools.Don't touch it! Soy wax needs to cool completely
Wait 3-4 days for the candle to cure, to ensure the best results.
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