Ice Candles

Posted by Deborah Ward on November 29th, 2011 in Fragrance Oils, how to make ice candles, wholesale fragrance oils | Comments Off

How to make Ice Candles

You Will Need:

One pound of Nature Garden Pillar of Bliss Wax

One ounce of Natures Garden Fragrance Oil

Natures Garden Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye

Natures Garden Pillar Mold 3 x 4 ½

Thermometer

Pouring Pot

Spooled wicking

Sink

Crushed Ice

 

Instructions:
1. Wick your mold as usual.

2. Melt one pound of Pillar of Bliss wax to 195 degrees, and add coloring.  Drop melted wax temperature to 180 degrees and add 1 ounce of fragrance.

3. Fill your mold with crushed ice. You want the ice to be about ¾ in.  Leave a little bit of space at the top to ensure the wax will completely cover the ice.

4. Pour the wax over the ice.

5. Allow the wax to cool and the ice to melt completely.

6. Once cooled turn the mold upside down over the sink and pour out the melted ice.

7. Gently, remove the candle from the mold.  Please note it will be very fragile.

8. Trim your wick to ¼ in.  Do not light the candle for approximately 5 days.  You want to ensure that it is completely dry.

 

Project Completed by Melissa at Natures Garden Candle Supplies

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