A little ingenuity goes a long way!
Category: Around the house
If your container is wider than 5 inches – add a second wick!
2 eight-ounce ceramic ramekins or candle containers
1 orange candle dye block (½ ounce)
4 cotton candle wicks
4 candle wick sticker tabs
1 pound soy wax flakes
1.5-ounce pumpkin pie fragrance oil (phthalate-free)
1 candle thermometer
candle melting pitcher
Oohh so pretty!
- White taper candles made of paraffin or stearin
- White paraffin
- Colored paraffin chips to melt
- Empty, clean tin cans
- An old pot
- Wooden sticks
The trick is to first make a candle using your preferred wax in a slightly smaller container and let it cool. Then pop the candle out and place it inside the larger, final container. Then sandwich the flowers in between the candle and the glass, and pour a second layer of wax that will dry clear.