Coriander Salted Olive Candle Recipe

Coriander Salted Olive Candle Recipe

Recipe makes 1 scented candle.

Ingredients Found At Natures Garden:


Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Mixing Spoon
Pots (For Double Boiler)
9 oz. Jar
Hot Glue Gun
Glue Sticks
Measuring Spoon (TBSP)
Step 1:  Prepare your jars.  You will need a nine ounce candle jar.  Use a hot glue gun to adhere a wick to the bottom center of the jar.  The wick size will depend on the diameter of the jar.  Our jar was 3 inches in diameter.  We used an HTP-73.
Step 2:  Weigh out 230 grams of the Joy Wax and melt using a double boiler.  Allow it to heat to 200F.
Step 3:  Once your wax is melted, shred a small amount of the lime green color block into your candle wax.  In addition, shred a very small amount of the brown color block.  You will use less than 1 gram of each.  Stir.
Step 4:  Next, let the temperature drop to 175F and add 23 grams of Coriander and Salted Olive Fragrance Oil.  Stir thoroughly.
Step 5:  Allow the temperature to drop between 160F-165F.  Pour the candle wax into your jar.  
Step 6:  Once the candle has set up, but is still warm, sprinkle about 1 tablespoon of Palm Pillar Wax on top of the candle.
Step 7: Add a warning label to the bottom of your candle jar.  Once cured, trim the wick to a ¼ inch and your candle is ready to use.
We hope you enjoy your Coriander and Salted Olive Candle!
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