All Natural Fall Scented Wax Tarts
Want to give your home a warm fall scent, without nasty chemical fragrance? These all natural fall scented wax tarts smell amazing, and are simple to make!
These little tarts start with a base of beeswax and coconut oil. I like to use a Mason jar or clean can to melt them. It makes clean up super easy! Place your jar or can in a pan of water. Put your beeswax and coconut oil in the jar (for exact measurements see full blog post) and bring the water to a low boil. Keep heating until the wax is all melted.
Turn off the heat and add in orange, clove, cinnamon and vanilla essential oils. Stir well.
Pour the liquid wax into silicone or paper muffin wrappers. Paper are great for gift giving!
Allow the wax to cool completely. Remove from wrappers if you'd like or you can leave them in the wrappers until ready to use.
Keep in an air tight container. Place in any tart warmer to add an amazing fall scent to any room in your house!
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Published November 23rd, 2016 8:02 PM
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The Snarky Princess on Feb 07, 2020
I was able to find Thr recipe by doing a search on Thr bottom of her home page. Here is Thr link https://werefarfromnormal.com/natural-fall-scented-wax-tarts.
Awesome I love orange and clove but where is the recipe
Where is the recipe.
I was also trying to get to your blog for more specific info on amounts of the ingredients for this project. Unfortunately, this page no longer exists.
Any idea about how much bees wax? And how much of each of the scented oils?