Making gifts seems more personal, reflecting the time you devoted to the gift, with the added bonus of being cheaper. In addition, creating gifts at home can be environmentally-conscious with its emphasis on recycling.
Multi-colored waves in granular wax form a truly unique candle, which any age child or adult can enjoy making.
"Place a few drops of your favorite essential oil onto a small piece of terry cloth and toss into the clothes dryer while drying." Find 19 more uses for essential oil in this article by Maria Nerius.
"An essential oil dropped on a radiator, scent ring, or light bulb will not only fill the room with a wonderful fragrance, but also will set a mood such as calming or uplifting." Find 19 more uses for essential oil in this article.
You may quickly fall in love with the natural smell and warm burn of beeswax candles. They're super easy to make and can add a nice decoration to any room in your home. These candles also make great gifts for housewarmings or weddings.
Create a beautiful, translucent candle holder with the help of a water balloon.
Floating candles are elegant yet cozy additions to table centerpieces or other decor and are just as easy to make as any candle. These are great for weddings and giving as shower gifts. Make candles in whatever shapes you'd like.
Hold your candles in a pinecone and nut candle ring. Kathleen George shows us how in only five easy steps. This is a beautiful centerpiece that's perfect for any occasion.
Don't have a candle mold? Make one out of sand! This is a great budget-friendly tip that's great for anyone who wants to make unique candles for themselves or as gifts. Since the wax has to be extremely hot for this project, safety precaution is a must.
Wrap fragrant pillar candles in homemade paper for a romantic look. Brass hearts add extra romantic appeal.