An easy solution to use those left over pieces from old candles! Melt them and combine them together to make new wax candles you can use. Great upcycle for the winter and holiday season: http://www.ehow.com/how_7709554_melt-candles-make-new-candles.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
Cinna - Candle Things you need: • Cinnamon Sticks (or something else you would like to project the scent of cranberries, coffee, peppermint etc.) • Non-Scented candles • Glass Bowl How To: • Break cinnamon sticks into smaller pieces, place half in glass container, then place the candle in the center, and fill in around the candle with the remainder of cinnamon pieces. • Light candle and wait for the wax to melt and enjoy the fresh scent!
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Homemade Cinnamon and Spice Candles; Easily and inexpensively make your own Homemade Cinnamon and Spice Candles! Great for gifts, stocking stuffers, or to scent your own home during the holiday season. These Homemade Cinnamon and Spice Candles are a fun DIY project that yields great results!
Candles are great stuff to beautify our home and can also be good air fresheners or scents. Therefore most of us pick candles as gifts to almost all occasions. Budget wise, you can make DIY candles and it's easy.
Soy candles are all the rage these days. They're being sold like crazy online and offline, everywhere from Etsy to major retailers. Many, many people have begun making soy candles out of their homes, starting businesses, and earning money. Today's post gives a little info on soy candles, why they're so popular, and of course a little more detail on starting up a soy candle business.