Dessert Candles Beginners

Jenny Tease
by Jenny Tease
6 Materials
2 Hours
I love cakes 🍰 and thoughts I will try find a use for all those little melted disks left over in the oil burner so I collected them as I knew 1 day I would come up with a use for them
I had my disks ready to use and I got 2 saucepans 1 larger then the other and 3/4 filled the lower pan with water and the top pan I used to pop disks I. To melt
Melting the wax Stiring now and theN and I also added some scent
I used a glass I bought at a op shop 50 cents and added a wick and a little bit of wax to hold it I balanced a knife in place till it set which didn’t take long the. I poured the rest of the wax in to get the different colours you can use shavings from a crayon
I then melted a little more wax a little more scent I used a strawberry 🍓 scent but this time as the wax was cooling I kept stiring until it was a fluffy almost like icing sugar mix and I decorated the top added a little more crayon shavings for decoration
And all done looks so good you could almost eat eat :)
Smells amazing to
Here is a coffee flavoured one :)
And here are some mixed cupcakes for this I used the little rubber cupcake moulds .
I hope you enjoy making these as much I as I have :) I made all of these for under $20
Suggested materials:
  • Soy Wax or old candles   (Craft supplies $10)
  • Wicks $2 packer of 10   (Craft store)
  • Saucepans   (I had)
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  • Wendy Wendy on Sep 02, 2018

    These look good enough to eat, cute!!

    • Jenny Tease Jenny Tease on Sep 05, 2018

      And the smell good enough to eat to :) thanks Wendy

  • 1401470 1401470 on Sep 02, 2018

    Oh my gosh I remember these growing up my sister had quite the variety. You brought the 70's back.