Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
8 oz Apothecary Jar
Hot Glue Gun and Glue Stick
Pot (For Double Boiler)
Step 1: Prepare your candle jar. Adhere a CD wick to the bottom of your candle jar using a hot glue gun. Prop up one side of your jar. You will need to prop it up about one inch and keep it stable. We used a cutting board to prop ours up.
Step 2: Weigh out and melt 65 grams of the Joy Wax. Once melted, add a small amount of the magenta Nature Friendly Candle Dye using a toothpick. Stir to blend the colorant with the wax. Add 6 grams of the Elderflower and Apple Blossoms Fragrance Oil. Once again, stir.
Step 3: Pour the wax into the candle jar. Pour it into the bottom corner of the side that is not propped up. Allow this to set up before moving on.
Step 4: Prepare the white wax. Weigh out and melt 30 grams of the Joy Wax. Once melted, add 3 grams of the Elderflower and Apple Blossoms Fragrance Oil. Stir.
Step 5: With the jar still tilted, pour the melted wax into the candle jar in the same manner that you poured the pink wax. Allow the wax to set up.
Step 6: Once the wax has set up, place your jar flat on your table or countertop.
Step 7: Weigh out and melt 120 grams of the Joy Wax. Once melted, use a toothpick to add a very small amount of the forest green Nature Friendly Candle Dye. Stir. Then, add 12 grams of the Elderflower and Apple Blossoms Fragrance Oil. Again, stir.
Step 8: Pour the candle wax into the candle jar. Allow it to set up before trimming the wick to 1/4". Apply a warning label to bottom of the container.
Once cured, your Elderflower Apple Blossoms Candle is ready to use!
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