All Natural Christmas Scented Wax Tarts

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by Far From Normal
Fill your home with the smells of Christmas with these easy to make wax tarts! Made with beeswax and essential oils they are all natural and make awesome gifts!
These great smelling tarts begin 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.
When everything is melted you want to remove the jar from the heat and add in your essential oils. For these we're going to use fir needle, peppermint, frankincense, cinnamon and clove. Drop them in and use a bamboo skewer to stir.
Now you want to pour your wax into silicone molds any size or shape will work. Or if you're giving these as gifts you can use paper muffin wrappers, as long as they are high quality the wax will cool before it soaks through.
Let the wax cool until it's all firmed up & you're ready to use them!
Wrap the finished product with some pretty wrapping or put it in a gift bag with a tart warmer for a great holiday gift!! For the full post with more details head here-
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  • Maria Maria on Dec 23, 2016
    Where do you buy the beewax? And what is best to use essential oils or fragance oils is there a difrence?

  • Christina Christina on Sep 10, 2017
    I blow a ton of money on the ones from the store. About how much does it cost to make these? If I can save some money I'm totally going to try this!

  • Terri Terri on Apr 16, 2020

    What a great money saving idea, a great Christmas present which can be made now, or just a little something to Thank a friend for selfless service!!

    I am so going to do this!!

    For the size you have pictured here, how much liquid fragrance do you use??

    Thank you so much for sharing!

    Stay Creative!!

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