To make this recycled candle, you will need:
+ Candle stubs
+ A wick (I love wooden wicks, they make such a nice warm crackling sound)
+ A small glass jar, 4 oz. is a good size
+ Two glass jars you don't mind getting waxy
+ A serrated knife
+ A small sauce pot
Step 1: Chopping and Melting.
Chop up your pie crust wax and add the chunks to a small mason jar. (A quick note about using your kitchen knives: your knife will get WAXY! To remove the wax you'll need to dip the knife in a pot of boiling water for a bit. Because of this it's a good idea to get a cheap knife from a thrift shop and have it be your designated craft knife). Fill your sauce pot about halfway and bring the water to a boil, then reduce to half-way. Gently set the wax-filled jar in the pot, and stir the wax chunks as they melt down. Use your knife to cut down large chunks to speed up the melting process. Once the wax is completely melted, remove the jar from the sauce pot.