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Teacup Candles

By: Dannyelle Nicolle-Ramjist from lifeisaparty.ca
Updated October 11, 2018
Teacup Candles

You can create a beautiful Teacup Candles using an antique teacup, dollar store plain candles, and a few old crayons. If you're looking for candle crafts ideas and don't know where to start, consider this project. This craft is super easy and inexpensive, and the results are just charming. Even if you don't have antique teacups, you can still buy inexpensive versions from a local thrift store. Instead of using chipped teacups, use them to create whimsical home decor crafts that you can display all year long.

Primary TechniqueCandlemaking/Soapmaking

Easy

SeasonSpring

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These would make a beautiful gift! Maybe for a bridal shower or house warming. The tea cups could be used afterward. Maybe include a note on how to wash and remove wax when their done being used as candles Use hot water to prepare a glass container before pouring in boiling water. Pull off the chunks of wax after it cools. Wipe well with paper towel. Repeat as needed.

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