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Yaley Microwaveable Soy Wax for Glass Containers, 1-Pound
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- Excellent alternative to paraffin wax
- Ach box features full color project ideas on the top of the lid and complete instructions on the inside
- Package contains 1lb/454g of white wax
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You can get the kit for $6 and from that you make about 3 medium sized candles. By default these candles have no odor and are milky white in color. You can add candle coloring and candle aroma to them easily enough. I only had soap coloring on me when I tested this out, and those didn't work at all :) So make sure you do use a candle color system. The soap coloring, which is liquid, just stayed suspended as tiny little balls and never affected the color of the liquid. I thought I might get a "dots of color" effect, but since the candle cools to a solid milky white, they became invisible.
So, the process. You start with a bag of chips. It looks like a lot, but really this melts down into a very small amount of liquid.
It only takes a minute or two, in a tupperware container, in the microwave to have this melting happen. I would set aside a tupperware just for candlemaking, rather than trying to clean the wax off of it to use it for food again. Once the wax is fully melted, it is a clear, yellowish liquid. You pour this into a candle-safe container, usually glass, but of course you can use pottery or other containers as you wish.
Since the resulting candle is not translucent, your options for decorating are generally restricted to colors - or creating layers by making one color from part of the chips, then another from another set of chips, and pouring them in one at a time.Read more ›
The wax comes in flakes, so you don't need to cut it. Just put any amount in the measuring cup, heat it on the microwave and wait for the correct temperature. Meanwhile, attach the wick and the clip to the bottom of the votive with a bit of hot glue. Then pour the wax in the votive holder and wait for it to harden. And you are all set! The result is a very nice looking candle. Of course, if you add a color, the result is even better.
I have observed that when adding scent, the best ones to use are the liquid ones. They add a creamy texture to the finishing candle that the ones in block don't.
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Working on crafts and when done baking pine cones, dipping in this!Published 2 months ago by J. Biscoe