Step 1: Weigh out 120 grams of Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax. Use a double boiler to melt the candle wax.
Step 2: Once you wax is melted, add a small amount of a caramel color block. You will use less than a gram of the color block and want the color to be the color of actual caramel. Stir to incorporate the colorant. You can test your color by using a spoon to place a small amount of wax on a white paper plate. Once this wax sets up, you can see the true color of the wax. If needed, add more of the color block.
Step 3: Now, to the wax add 12 grams of Natures Garden Apple Dumpling fragrance oil. Once again, stir the wax to blend the ingredients.
Step 4: Next, pour the candle wax into each cavity of the silicone four loaf mold. We will be cutting this wax into chunks in a later step. Another option is to pour it into a wax paper lined baking pan. Allow the wax to setup, but still be warm to the touch.
Step 5: Once the wax has setup, remove it from the mold. Then, use a knife to cut the wax into square pieces. When you are finished they will look like caramel candies. Set these pieces aside, for now.
Step 6: Weigh out and melt 300 grams of the Joy Wax using a double boiler.
Step 7: Once melted, add a very small amount of a cream color block. Once again, you will need less than a gram. The color should be the same as the inside of an apple.
Step 8: Also, add 30 grams of the Apple Dumpling Fragrance Oil. Once again, stir to incorporate the fragrance oil.
Step 9: Next, add your wicks to the jar, adhering them with hot glue. You want to make sure that your wick tabs are centered and evenly placed in the jar.
Step 10: Pour the melted wax into the candle jar. Then, drop your caramel colored cubes gently into the jar. Make sure you keep the wicks straight and centered as you are doing this.
Step 11: Allow your candle to fully setup before trimming the wicks and allowing the candle to cure.
Once cured, your Apple Dumpling Candle will be ready to burn. Enjoy!
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