Cookie Cutter Candles! Candle ends Crayons (optional) Small saucepan Small glass or metal bowl or clean tin can Parchment paper Cookie cutters Sheet pan Candlewicks Start by simmering water in a small saucepan. Place a heat-safe metal or glass bowl, or tin can, filled with candle ends, in the saucepan, creating a homemade double boiler. You can add a bit of color to the candles by dropping bits of crayons in with the candle ends. Once the wax is around 100˚F, you're ready to start pouring.
diy terracotta votive candles Add a beautiful glow to an outdoor area with these charming DIY terracotta votives! They make beautiful gifts too! and you can decorate the pot to personalize the gift Tip from Daw I add 1 or 2 drops of essential oil of your choice to scent the wax or you can buy the scented wax from craft stores
Hand Made by Betsy Blair HomePretty jam jars, decorated with delicate vintage style floral fabrics. Pop in a tealight for a gentle twinkle of light indoors or out.Alternatively use to display your favourite blooms.Measurements:H10 x D7cmDO NOT LEAVE UNATTENDEDKEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDRENUSE WITH TEALIGHT ONLYPlease note: Any excess paid on combined P