When making homemade candles, you will always end up with extra wax. Here are two different ideas for what to do with that extra wax.
Grubby candles look as though they are missing a layer of wax in sections. These candles are very easy to make.
Making streak color candles is so easy because you do not need any special materials or procedures while pouring the candle. Simply follow these instructions to give pillar candles streaks of color after pouring as normal.
Instead of pouring wax into molds to make homemade candles, small pillar candles or birthday candles can be made through the technique of dipping.
Aluminum molds are inexpensive and thus a great investment for making homemade candles. They create freestanding candles without glass, cutting out that cost, and do not rust.
Leave a few extra inches of wick when wicking a homemade candle for special finishing touches. These touches work for those making candle gifts or those selling homemade candles.
A floating candle in a small glass bowl makes a dramatic lighting effect on its own. In the shape of a rose or other flower, the effect is even more striking.
If you have trouble with wicks bending inside the candle or leaking at hole of the wick, a pillar pin might simplify the process of wicking in making homemade candles.