Scented Mason Jar Candle




Introduction: Scented Mason Jar Candle

About: Mom of 2 kids, Food Blogger, Foodie :)

Mason jar candles are so beautiful, they make for perfect gift option for family and friends. This scented candle produce wonderful aroma. If you want your favourite fragrance in the candle, you can add Essential oils in it. ( I added cinnamon vanilla berry oil. It smells so great).

It is simple to make and fun too..

Step 1: Things Required

Things you will need

4 oz Mason jar

30 g of Organic Beeswax

4 tbsp Coconut oil

Few drops of Cinnamon vanilla berry oil

Candle wick #2/04 Yards

Pyrex measuring cup

Chopsticks or skewer

Step 2: Mason Jar Preparation

Cut a length of wick that is about 4 inch longer. Place the wick in between the chopsticks/skewer and position it over the centre of the mason jar.

Step 3: Melt Wax and Oil

Take beewax and oil in pyrex measuring cup.

Heat water in pan, place the measuring cup resting inside. Gently, mix it over low heat.

Once it completely melted, add 3 drops of fragrant oil and mix it with wooden spatula/skewer and take out from the flame.

Step 4: Pour It in Jar

Pour the melted wax & oil into the prepared mason jar.

Let it set for 12 hours.

After setting time, gently remove the chopstick/skewer and trim the excess wick using Scissor.

Step 5: Decorate

Tie festive tag on neck of the jar..

you are done :)

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    6 years ago

    Very nice work, thanks for sharing


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    4 of the 5 ingredients of this ible are burned off into the ether, leaving nothing except the empty mason jar which can then be......reused.


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Another suggestion...if you pour the candle too hot you will get sinkage in the middle. This is because the wax contracts as it cools and leaves voids. The voids can cause the candle to smoke. A tip is to use a heat gun to melt some of the top layer of wax to melt down and fill the holes. You may need to repeat this process several times.

    Disclaimer: I am a candle maker and owner of