Easy No Melt Beeswax Candles

Easy No Melt Beeswax Candles


Kids can help create rolled candles from beeswax sheets, though adult supervision is essential when burning them. Many different kinds of candles can be hand rolled with these sheets. This is a basic beginner project for using beeswax sheets to make rolled candles.

Beeswax Candle



  • Beeswax Sheet
  • Square Braided Wick



  1. Warm the wax sheet slightly with a hair dryer (if necessary). Warming the wax will make it easier to work with in cooler room temperatures. Just a slight heat is needed – do not melt the wax.
  2. Cut sheets long ways so the width of the newly cut sheet will be the height of the finished candle.

    Beeswax Cut
  3. Place sheet shiny side down, and position wick as shown below. The wick should be offset ½ inch so it extends ½ inch past the top and ½ inch from the bottom.
    Beeswax Wick
  4. Carefully fold the wax over the wick trying to keep the edge as round as possible and keep rolling firmly like you would roll a sleeping bag or like how paper towels are rolled around the cardboard tube.
  5. Keep the top and bottom of the wax even as you firmly roll the wax. The end result will be a tightly rolled candle with a flat top and bottom that looks sort of like a fire cracker. You can add more sheets to make the diameter of the finished candle as large as you want butting the ends of each sheet as you go (do not overlap – but them up against each other nice and straight).
  6. When the last sheet has been rolled, press the last seem down tightly against the candle with your thumb and it is ready to light.

The possibilities are endless. You can alternate colors, creatively cut the sheets at angles so the outside wrap spirals up the candle, and even use a cookie cutter to cut shapes out of the outer wrap.


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I love beeswax candles. I am assuming that this project calls for wax sheets that are already colored because adding dye may make for impurities and difficulty when burning. Also, would a very large thickly rolled candle require more than one wick? Not sure with beeswax if the pool of melted wax would stop at the edges and then create a funnel effect. Anyone know about this? All in all a fun and practical project!

plz all projects show the step by step tutoria pics?

plz show the step by step tutoria?


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