I couldn't find a copycat recipe online. I would just do a DIY soy mixture and then add essential oils in the scents that this candle has in it.
there appears to be a patent on the cedar magnolia soy candles - no recipes to make your own anywhere ~ here is info on where to buy candle making supplies
Here's how you can make soy candles using essential oils for the scents. Hope this helps you out!
Hello, you could use leftover wax from previously burned soy candles and remelt into a container with new wick, which is inexpensive at craft stores, you can grab the scent online or in stores. I believe the soy wax is proprietary, but here is a recipe to make soy wax, scent with your fave oils, hope it helps you out
Here is a good hometalk version of homemade soy candles. Just add essential oil to achieve the scent you desire.
There are several methods to use. Here are a few different scents and candles to check out. Hope this helps! Hugs, Holly
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Here's a video that might help - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3Y_R2mZRE8
Hope this helps:
Here is a DIY on how to make a soy candle. I would start here and then add some cedar essential oils to it to add the cedar smell.
That recipe is protected under a patent which makes it unavailable until they change their mind. Here is a recipe you might want to try:
Here is a post to make soy candles tea lights but you can make them bigger by adding the wax in a bigger container.
Get the fragrances and blend until they smell like what you want them to, then add it into melted soy wax.