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Jul
05

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils


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Popular Cinnamon Fragrance OilsPopular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils

The following fragrance oils are some of Natures Garden’s popular cinnamon fragrance oils. With so many to choose from, these scents smell good enough to eat and would make great fragrance oils to add to your scent list! While some of the cinnamon fragrance oils are mixed with other notes such as apple and fresh bakery aromas, the combinations are amazing! What is your favorite cinnamon fragrance oil?

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Cinnamon Buns Fragrance OilPopular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Cinnamon Buns Fragrance Oil

First, a best seller from Natures Garden! Along with cinnamon spice, warm nutty notes blend with the aroma of freshly baked bread. While not body safe, it will leave a mouth-watering aroma in your homemade candles. Cinnamon Buns scent performs perfectly in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and is nice and strong in soy candle wax.

 

 

 

We suggest coloring your homemade candles with two drops of brown plus a little bit of orange and yellow liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Alternatively, you can shred a small amount of a brown, yellow, and orange color blocks into your melted wax.

 

Since this fragrance oil is great for candles, the Cinnamon Bun Candle Recipe would be a fun candle recipe to try. Cinnamon buns fragrance oil will leave a strong aroma while burning this candle. This recipe also uses a fabulous cinnamon bun mold from www.flexiblemolds.com. If you haven’t had a chance, be sure to check out their site.

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon -Original Fragrance Oil

If you’re looking for a fantastic blend of apples and cinnamon without an overpowering aroma of bakery base notes, our apple cinnamon fragrance oil is just what you’ve been looking for! The aroma of a red juicy McIntosh apple sprinkled with fresh ground cinnamon sticks. While this apple cinnamon original is not body safe, it will make homemade candles and wax melts.

 

 

When adding candle colorants, we suggest using six drops of red plus one drop of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Another coloring option is to shred a small amount of a red & brown color blocks into your melted wax or use a cinnamon color block.

 

 

Due to the great scent throw, apple cinnamon original fragrance oil has, here is a candle wax tart recipe using apple cinnamon original fragrance oil. The recipe uses Pillar of Bliss Wax and Natures Garden’s Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye.

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Cinnamon Sticks Fragrance Oil

Cinnamon sticks fragrance oil is a best seller from Natures Garden! Therefore, this freshly ground cinnamon bark aroma will delightfully fill the room. Cinnamon sticks fragrance oil performs perfectly in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and is has a great scent throw in soy waxes. Also, cinnamon sticks aroma is perfect for our customers creating their own custom fragrance blends. This is a wonderful cinnamon fragrance that is a straight cinnamon aroma.

 

 

When coloring candles, our recommendation is to use three drops brown plus one drop of red liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Rather than using liquid candle dye, you can also color your candle by shredding a small amount of brown and red color blocks into your melted wax.

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Iced Cinnamon Rolls-Original Fragrance Oil

Maybe it’s the buttery icing aroma or the fresh baked cinnamon roll aroma that makes Iced Cinnamon Rolls Fragrance Oil a best seller from Natures Garden. Although Iced Cinnamon Rolls Original is not body safe, our customers love this scented oil in joy wax, wow wax, and is nice and strong in soy wax.

 

 

 

If you would like to color your candles, two drops of brown and a small amount of orange and yellow liquid candle dye will work perfectly. Our recommendations are based on four pounds of wax. Alternately, shred a small amount of a brown, yellow, and orange color block into your melted wax.

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon-Body Safe Fragrance Oil

 

 If you’re looking for body safe combination of apples and cinnamon without the overwhelming bakery base notes. Well then, our apple cinnamon fragrance oil might just be for you! The scent of a delicious McIntosh apple topped with spicy ground cinnamon. Best of all, this fragrance is body safe!

 

 

Apple Cinnamon Body Safe Fragrance Oil has slight acceleration, no ricing, no separation, discolors to light beige. Also, this cinnamon fragrance oil has a beautiful scent retention.

 

 

Use six drops of red plus one drop of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Yet, if liquid candle dye isn’t for you, you can shred a small amount of a red color block and brown color block into your melted wax or use cinnamon color block.

 

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon Streusel Fragrance Oil

 

You will not find a better Apple Cinnamon Streusel fragrance oil than Natures Garden’s! Apple Cinnamon Streusel fragrance oil is an aroma of this freshly baked apple dessert. Apple Cinnamon Streusel begins with top notes of apples, pears, and applesauce. Middle notes include banana leaves and freshly ground cinnamon bark. This cinnamon aroma is rounded out with base notes of vanilla, hazelnut, and almond. Does it sound good enough to eat yet? Did you know streusel is a German word meaning something that is scattered or sprinkled on pastries, like powdered sugar?  If you’re craving the real thing, here is a real Apple Cinnamon Streusel Recipe you may want to try!

 

Although in our cold process soap results, apple cinnamon streusel fragrance oil discolors to a light beige, there is no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. Lastly, you will have a nice scent coming from your cured CP soap.

 

 

 

Use two drops of brown plus a little yellow liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Instead of using liquid candle dye, you can also shred a small amount of a brown & yellow color block into your melted wax.

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil

 

This unique sweet cinnamon fragrance oil has an aroma of red hot cinnamon candies. Since red hot cinnamon is not body safe, It performs beautifully in Joy wax, Wow Wax, and is nice and strong in soy waxes. Red hot cinnamon has a very strong scent throw in candle wax as well. Just an idea, You can make a bright red candle to go along with the red hot cinnamon fragrance oil.

 

Six drops of red liquid candle dye will give you a vibrant red candle. You can even use a small amount of shredded red color block per four pounds of wax, instead of liquid candle dye.

 

 

Looking for a fun girly recipe? Scented Valentine Glitter Shoes Recipe might be what you’re looking for! Find a cute pair of high heels and follow the recipe to give them a red hot cinnamon aroma!

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Cinnamon Doughnuts Fragrance Oil

Cinnamon doughnuts fragrance oil has a yummy aroma of freshly crushed cinnamon bark surrounded by base notes of baked yellow cake with hints of creamy buttery vanilla. Your fragrance oil line would not be complete without this cinnamon doughnuts fragrance oil! Adding this cinnamon donuts scent to your candles and melts, your room will be filled with the strong aroma of freshly baked cinnamon doughnuts.

 

 

When coloring your homemade candle. we recommend shredding a small amount of a brown, yellow, and orange color block into your melted candle wax. Lastly, you could use two drops of brown and a small amount of orange and yellow liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax instead of color blocks.

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Cinnamon Yum Yums Fragrance Oil

Even the picture looks good enough to eat! Cinnamon Yum Yums fragrance oil puts a creative twist on spice. This fragrance oil begins with top notes of cinnamon and clove; followed by middle notes of fresh danish, lily of the valley, and jasmine; with base notes of vanilla, nuts, and yeast. WOW! Cinnamon Yum Yums is a best seller for Natures Garden! If you are looking for a different type of cinnamon this dessert fragrance oil is for you!

 

If you would like to color your homemade candles, use four drops of red liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Remember you can always shred an ample amount of a red color block into your melted wax instead of liquid candle dye.

 

 


Valentines Day Cupcake Candle Recipe is a combination of Pillar of Bliss and Joy Wax. These adorable cupcake candles are a super cute for Valentine’s day. Also since this candle recipe makes three candles, this recipe would make a fun craft for craft day with your friends!

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Apple Butter Pie Fragrance Oil

Doesn’t a slice of apple butter pie sound good right now? Nature’s Garden apple butter pie fragrance oil is an amazing dessert fragrance that reminds us of our grandma’s traditional southern baking. It is a wonderful combination of tart pie apples, apple butter, evaporated milk, cinnamon, and buttery, flaky pie crust.  With this bakery scent being body safe, it would make lovely scented soaps and lotions for the holiday.

 

As a result of our CP soap testing with apple butter pie, we found slight acceleration, no ricing, no separation, discolors to a straw color. This bakery scent also has a good scent retention.

 

 

 

If you would like to color your homemade candle. use two drops of liquid candle dye plus a tiny bit of orange liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Also, you can shred a small amount of a brown and orange color block into your melted wax.

 

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Aspen Winter Fragrance OilPopular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Aspen Winter Fragrance Oil

First of all, Aspen Winter Fragrance Oil has the wonderful aroma of crisp citrus notes intertwining with an abundance of warm winter spices of clove and cinnamon, sitting on a dry down of sweet vanilla. While not a straight cinnamon scent, this fragrance oil is a fresh crisp aroma with hints of cinnamon making this one of our most popular cinnamon fragrance oils to add to your fragrance oil list.

 

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Aspen Winter Fragrance Oil Soap

 

Aspen Winter Fragrance Oil has a strong scent retention and does not accelerate. Also, shows no ricing and no separation, but does discolor to dark chocolate.

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Aspen Winter Fragrance Oil Candle

 

Shred a small amount of blue color blocks into your melted wax. Use three drops blue liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax to get a rich blue candle color.

 

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Grandma's Kitchen Fragrance OilPopular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Grandma’s Kitchen Fragrance Oil

 

With Grandma’s Kitchen Fragrance Oil having a hint of cinnamon it is still one of Natures Garden’s most popular cinnamon fragrance oils, especially during the holiday season! Grandma’s Kitchen has a spicy cinnamon scent mixed with a rich, creamy vanilla aroma.

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Grandma's Kitchen Fragrance Oil Candle

If you decided to color your homemade candles, our color suggestion for Grandmas Kitchen Fragrance Oil is three drops of brown plus one drop of orange liquid candle dye. You can also use a small amount of shredded brown and orange color blocks. This suggestion is based on four pounds of wax.

 


Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oil Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Fragrance OilPopular Cinnamon Fragrance Oil Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Fragrance Oil

Lastly, this aroma of holiday spiced gumdrops with a twist:  top notes include cinnamon and clove;  middle notes of eucalyptus and rose; well-rounded with base notes of cassis, nutmeg, and woods. Goodie Goodie Gumdrops would make a wonderfully scented Joy, Wow, or soy wax candle.

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oil Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Fragrance Oil Soap

While testing Goodie Goodie Gumdrops in CP soap, we found it soaped amazingly. There was no acceleration, no ricing, no separation, and no discoloration. This spicy fragrance keeps a light scent retention.

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oil Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Fragrance Oil Candle

 

If you are wanting to color your homemade candle, we recommend using four drops of red liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. You can also shred a small amount of a red color block into your melted wax.

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oil Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Fragrance Oil Recipe

We also loved using this fragrance oil in melt and pour soap!  We found it to be a wonderful addition to our Gumdrop Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. Even with a 1% usage rate, this sweet and spicy fragrance oil came through strong in this soaping method.  We even had a chance to use the gumdrops mold from www.flexiblemolds.com in these cute mp soaps.

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Graham Crackers Fragrance OilPopular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Graham Crackers Fragrance Oil

Graham Crackers fragrance oil is a wonderful aroma of cookie dough baked with orange zests, cinnamon powder and brown sugar with hints of other kitchen spices. This fragrance oil can be used for candles, soaps, and cosmetics. Graham Crackers fragrance oil makes a great candle in Joy, Wow, and various soy waxes. Pick your favorite candle wax and make a delicious smelling candle! Don’t forget to make a yummy smelling soap with this delicious fragrance oil as well.

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Graham Crackers Fragrance Oil Soap

Graham Crackers fragrance oil had a perfect pour. No ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. It had a very nice scent in the finished soap. It does discolor to a light brown color.

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Graham Crackers Fragrance Oil Candle

If you would like to color your candle, use a liquid candle dye combination of brown, yellow, and orange or a small amount of shredded brown, yellow, and orange color blocks per four pounds of wax.

 

 

Popular Cinnamon Fragrance Oils Graham Crackers Fragrance Oil Recipe

Since Graham Crackers fragrance oil makes a great candle scent, check out this look-alike Smores Candle Recipe. What a great summer candle activity! With three different fragrance oils in one candle, this recipe will put off an amazing s’mores aroma.

May
31

Wax Melts Recipe


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Wax Melts Recipe Wax Melts Recipe

This Wax Melts Recipe by Natures Garden is a simple and adorable way to create wax melts! We all know that wax melts are a pretty convenient way to scent a home without using candles. While candles are always great, sometimes it is much easier to simply add a wax melt to your warmer and just let the fragrance oil fill your home. But, many of these wax melts are plain, boring cubes. While plain wax melts still can carry some amazing scents for your home, they aren’t much to look at. Sometimes you just need something cute and pretty to give yourself a break. So, we created these strawberries and cream cookie shaped wax melts. They are easy to create and will make using a wax melter even more fun than before!

Wax Melts Recipe Ingredients Available At Natures Garden

Joy Wax
Pillar of Bliss Wax
Color Block – Red
Strawberries and Cream Fragrance Oil
Pouring Pot
Thermometer

Wax Melts Recipe Other Equipment and Supplies You Will Need

Stove Top
Scale
Mixing Spoons
A Medium Sized Pot (to create a double boiler)
Vanilla Wafers Soap and Candle Mold (available at flexiblemolds.com)

Wax Melts Recipe Weights and Amounts of Ingredients

90 grams Joy Wax
90 grams Pillar of Bliss Wax
A Small Amount of a Red Color Block
18 grams of the Strawberries and Cream Fragrance Oil

Wax Melts Recipe Prepare Your Work Area

Before you begin you will want to make a few preparations to ensure that your process is as problem free as possible. When you are creating anything, you will want to make sure that the area you are working in is safe for both yourself and your product. This means you should make sure that everything other than your ingredients and supplies have been cleaned up. This will make sure that there is nothing in your work space that could fall over or hinder your crafting in any way.

Also, you will want to sanitize all of the supplies that you need for this craft. No one wants dirt and filth in their candle wax, so it is a great idea to make sure that nothing will be able to get into your wax. Not only do you need to clean your countertop, pouring pot, and bowls, but you will need to clean the molds, spoons, and thermometer, too. This will prevent anything from sticking to a utensil as you work. It could be very easy to not notice a speck of dirt on your spatula until it is swimming in your melted wax, which can be a pain to remove. Plus, some may even sneak by and make it into your final product. So, just get cleaned up before you begin working!

Wax Melts Recipe Creating the Double Boiler

Additionally, you will want to know how to create a double boiler for this recipe. Knowing how to do this is important because it will help to prevent your ingredients from burning. When you don’t use this method, your wax can get too hot too quickly and could scorch before you even notice. However, this method uses boiling water to keep the heat at a level where the wax will melt and not get too hot.

So, you will be using a pouring pot and a regular pot for creating this device. Take the pouring pot and make sure that it will fit comfortably inside the other pot with room on either side. Now, remove your pouring pot and add about an inch of water to the regular pot. You will need to place your pouring pot into the water. Later, you will add heat to get the pot of water. Then, you will add your container candle wax to your pouring pot. Finally, your pouring pot will be placed into the pan containing the water. You may add or pour out water to get the right level for your specific pot size, just make sure that that water is touching the bottom of the pouring pot.

Wax Melts Recipe Creating the Vanilla Wafers Portion

First, we will be creating the vanilla wafer cookies portion of this recipe. This portion will end up looking like a bunch of pink wafer cookies and will be used to create the cookie sandwich later on. After, you will be setting these pink, wax wafers aside as you make the filling to finish off your strawberries and cream cookie wax melts.

Wax Melts Recipe Melting the Pillar of Bliss WaxWax Melts Recipe Melting the Pillar of Bliss Wax

Now, you will be using the Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax for your vanilla wafers. So, weigh out 90 grams of the Pillar of Bliss Wax and transfer it into your pouring pot. Set the wax filled pouring pot back into the regular pot of water. Turn on your stove top and get your water to start boiling. Melt the wax and bring the temperature to 195 degrees. As you are heating make sure to occasionally stir the wax to further prevent burning. After all the wax has melted you can move on to the next step.

Wax Melts Recipe Adding Color to the Pillar of Bliss Candle WaxWax Melts Recipe Adding Color to the Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax

Next, you are going to add the color to the melted wax. You will want to add the candle colorant at 195 degrees to ensure it will mix full into the wax. So, cut off a tiny piece of your color block and add it to the melted wax. Make sure not to start off with too much as you will not be able to remove the color once it has melted and been fully incorporated. Once you have added the red color block, stir to fully disperse the candle colorant. Further, you will want to test the color of your wax before you move on. You can easily test the wax color to see if it’s going to be right before it all sets up. So, take a spoon and scoop up a tiny bit of the colored wax. Now, add a drip of the wax to a white paper plate, napkin, or another white disposable object. It shouldn’t take long to dry, but once it does you will be able to see the color your wax will be after it dries. After, you can add more and retest if you feel like the color you have is not quite right.

Wax Melts Recipe Scenting and Pouring the Pillar Wax for Vanilla WafersWax Melts Recipe Scenting and Pouring the Pillar Wax for Vanilla Wafers

Next, you are going to add fragrance to the wax and pour it into your molds. First, you are going add the fragrance oil to your melted wax. Now, you can turn off your stove top and allow the wax temperature to drop to 180 degrees. Then, weigh out 9 grams of the Strawberries and Cream Fragrance Oil and add it to the pink colored wax. Make sure to mix well to incorporate the scent evenly.  Second, you will be pouring the wax into your molds. You will want to pour the wax around 165 degrees. Finally, allow the cookie portion of your melt to setup.

Wax Melts Recipe Removing the Wafers From the MoldsWax Melts Recipe Removing the Wafers From the Molds

Now, are going to finish up the first portion of your craft. So, once all of your wax wafers to fully set up remove all of the wafers from the vanilla wafer mold. After all of your wafers are removed from the mold you will want to set these pink wafers aside until it is time to assemble the final cookie sandwich wax melts.

Wax Melts Recipe Creating the Whipped Filling Portion

Next, we will be creating the filling portion of your wax melt cookie. This wax will be whipped and used to fill the center of the cookie. So, this part will be sandwiched between two of the pink vanilla wafers we have already created. After this portion is complete it will be time to assemble the wax melt cookie.

Wax Melts Recipe Melting the Joy Wax for the FillingWax Melts Recipe Melting the Joy Wax for the Filling

First, you are going to be melting the Joy Wax. You are going to want to have your pouring pot completely cleaned out. Otherwise, your filling will have a pink hue, which is not what we want. Then, add 90 grams of your Joy Candle Wax to the cleaned pouring pot. Melt this the same way that you melted the other wax for the wafers, which means you will need to use a double boiler. Once the wax has melted you will be adding 9 grams of the Strawberries and Cream Fragrance Oil. However, you will not be adding any color blocks or pigments to this portion.

Wax Melts Recipe Whip the Candle WaxWax Melts Recipe Whip the Candle Wax

Next, you are going to be whipping the Joy Wax. So, transfer your uncolored wax to a small mixing bowl. While you can keep the wax in the pouring pot, it will be easier for you to whip the wax in a shallow bowl. In addition, it will cool a bit faster. As the Joy Wax is beginning to get thicker you will want to whip the wax with a spoon or rubber spatula. Keep whipping until the wax reaches a consistency of whipped cream. After, you are ready for the next step.

Wax Melts Recipe Add the Filling to the WafersWax Melts Recipe Add the Filling to the Wafers

Finally, you are going to be assembling the cookie wax melts. So, retrieve your pink vanilla wafers and lay them in your work space. Take six of these pink wafers and lay them with their flat side facing up. These will be the bottoms of your strawberries and cream cookie shaped wax melts and the other six wafers will be the tops of the cookie.

Now, you will be adding the filling and will need to work quickly to make sure the top wafer cookie sticks to the wax filling. So, take a scoop of the wax and add it to one of your six bottom cookies. Quickly, take a top cookie and firmly place this on top of the filling you just added. Now, you have one completed wax tart cookie! You will need to repeat this filling process for your five other wax cookies. After, you will need to let the six cookie sandwiches set up completely, but for the most part, your project is complete!

Wax Melts Recipe Finishing Up and Using the Wax Melt Cookies

Now, you are almost ready to use your wax melts! All you will need to do now is to wait a few days for your wax melts to cure completely. Just like candles, the wax will need to rest a few days to be able to perform its best. Waiting a few days will provide you with a better scent when you add them to your wax tart warmers. Also, be sure to keep them covered while they are curing. While it may drive you crazy to have to wait for these little cuties, it will all be worth it in the end! 

After, you are finally ready to use your wax melts! Not only are these little cookies super cute, but they are super easy to use, too. Simply take one of your strawberries and cream cookie wax melts and add it to your wax tart warmer. In no time at all, you will be surrounded by the sweet scent of our lovely Strawberries and Cream Fragrance Oil. We hope that you will enjoy this wax melts recipe!

Wax Melts Recipe Sharing Your Wax Melt Cookie Creations

While you are waiting for your cookie wax tarts to finish curing, you can pass the time by talking to us on social media. You can ask questions, look around, or even share your own creations! We would absolutely love to see some of the products and crafts that you all have created. Especially, these cookie wax melts because we think that they are oh so cute! If you would like to check us out on social media, then you can find us on Instagram @ngscents or you can go over to the Natures Garden Facebook page. Either way, we would love to hear from you and see what you have been working on lately!

May
04

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe


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Keylime Pie Candle Recipe

Keylime Pie Candle RecipeThis keylime pie candle recipe was inspired by my absolute favorite dessert that not only tastes delicious but, with this free candle recipe, it smells delicious too!  As a kid, I remember my favorite place to visit was my Aunt. Not only because she is an amazing person, but her keylime pie was out of this world!  Luckily for me, she would send me home with the leftovers. She just knew how much I loved it. Since keylime pie isn’t on my diet this candle was just what I needed to get rid of that craving. Natures Garden’s keylime pie fragrance smells just like the dessert that I, and I’m sure many of you love.

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

Joy Wax
Pillar of Bliss Wax
Key Lime Pie Fragrance Oil
Green Spectrum Candle Dye
Yellow Spectrum Candle Dye
Brown Spectrum Candle Dye
CD-12 Candle Wicks
Pouring Pot
Thermometer

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Other Ingredients and Supplies You Will Need

Mini Lemon/Lime Slices Soap and Candle Mold
Pot (For Double Boiler)
Mixing Bowl
Stainless Steel Mixing Spoons
Toothpicks
Scale
16 ounce Apothecary Jar
Hot Glue Gun
Pencil

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Prepare Your Embeds

First, we will prepare our lime embeds.  This will later use a couple of these to top our keylime candle.  Before we begin, I want to note just one thing.  We chose to prepare 10 of them, however, this recipe will only create one candle.  So, the remaining slices can be used in your wax melter or you can prepare less of the lime slices.  When melting 50 grams of wax, it will prepare 10 lime slices.

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Prepare Your EmbedsLet’s begin by melting the Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax.  Weigh out 50 grams of Pillar of Bliss Wax.  Then use a double boiler to melt the wax.  Once you have melted the wax remove it from the heat.  Then, add 5 grams of Keylime Pie Fragrance Oil.  Mix well to incorporate the fragrance oil.  Next, use a toothpick to add a tiny bit of green liquid candle dye.  Then mix the candle colorant into the candle wax.  Then, pour the melted candle wax into the mini lemon/lime slices mold.  Allow these to setup.  Then, remove them from the mold.  You can go ahead and move on to the next step while you are waiting.

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Prepare Your Wax Pie Crust

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Prepare Your Wax Pie CrustNow, we will prepare the pie crust layer of the candle.  First, prepare your candle jar.  Use a hot glue gun to adhere two CD-12 candle wicks to the bottom of a 16 ounce apothecary jar.  Make sure the wicks are evenly spaced and centered.  Then, weigh out 115 grams of Joy Wax.  Again, using a double boiler, melt the Joy Wax.  Once melted, you will once again use a toothpick to add the color.  Dip your toothpick into the brown liquid candle dye.  Then, dip it into your melted wax.  Repeat this process with the yellow candle colorant.  Then, mix well to incorporate the color.  Next, add 10 grams of Keylime Pie Fragrance Oil.  Then, mix once again to incorporate the fragrance oil.  Pour the candle wax carefully into your jar.  Allow this layer to setup before moving to the next step.

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Prepare Your Lime Colored Wax

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Prepare Your Lime Colored Wax

First, weigh out and melt 285 grams of Joy Wax using a double boiler.  Then, add 28 grams of Natures Garden Keylime Pie Fragrance Oil.  Mix the fragrance into the candle wax.  Next, you will once again need a toothpick.  Use a toothpick to add a tiny bit of green liquid candle colorant.  Make sure you mix the green dye into the wax.  Finally, pour the lime layer right on top of the pie crust layer.  Allow this layer to setup before moving to the next step.

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Prepare Your Whipped Topping

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Prepare Your Whipped ToppingNow, begin preparing the whipped cream topping of the candle.  We will once again be using Joy Wax.  Weigh out and melt 228 grams of Joy Wax using your double boiler.  Next, remove the wax from the heat and add 22 grams of Keylime Pie Fragrance Oil and stir to incorporate the fragrance oil.  We will not be adding color to this portion of the candle.  Once you have added the lime scent, allow the wax to setup just a little bit.  Then, begin whipping the wax using a mixing spoon.  You want to get the wax to a whipped frosting consistency.

 

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Prepare Your Whipped Topping

 

 

Finally, scoop the whipped wax directly on top of your lime layer.  As you are adding the wax to the top make sure you are keeping your wicks straight.  You want to create a whipped cream appearance.  Use your spoon to create peaks in the whipped candle wax

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Finishing Touches

Keylime Pie Candle Recipe Finishing Touches

 

The last part of this candle will be the finishing touches.  First, use your mixing spoon, or a fork to add peaks in the wax.  Then, place one or two lime slices you prepared earlier on top of the whipped cream layer.  Once you have allowed the candle to cure, trim your wicks to about 1/4 inch.  Finally, it is ready to be lit.

We hope that you enjoy this keylime pie candle.  For even more fragrance fun recipe be sure to check out our recipe box.  Show us what you have made with Natures Garden’s Keylime Pie Fragrance Oil!  Tag us on Instagram @ngscents or post you picture on our Facebook Page.

Nov
23

Reindeer Poo Candle Recipe


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Reindeer Poo Candle RecipeReindeer Poo Candle Recipe

It’s that time of year, the holidays are upon us.  Here at Natures Garden we decided to come up with a fun candle recipe using one of our customers’ favorite scents, Reindeer Poo.  This recipe uses our sustainable palm wax, whipped Joy Wax, and of course our Reindeer Poo Fragrance Oil.  We feel even Santa Claus, Rudolph, and Santa’s reindeer will get a chuckle out of this fun scented Reindeer Poo candle recipe.

Reindeer Poo Candle Recipe Ingredient Available at Natures Garden

Palm Container Wax
Joy Wax- 1 SLAB
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye- Blue 1oz.
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye- BROWN 1oz.
Reindeer Poo Fragrance Oil
Deer and Santa Embed Mold
CD Candle Wicks
POURING POT
Thermometer
Gloves

Reindeer Poo Candle Recipe Other Ingredients Needed

16 oz. Glass Apothecary Jar
Scale
Mixing Spoons
Hot Glue Gun
Toothpicks
Pots- These will be used for your double boiler.

Reindeer Poo Candle Recipe Prepare the Reindeer EmbedsReindeer Poo Candle Recipe Prepare the Embeds

First, we will prepare the reindeer embeds.  These will later be placed on the top of the candle.  You will need palm wax, brown liquid candle dye, Reindeer Poo Fragrance Oil, the Santa and Deer Embed Mold, your scale, and a toothpick.  Weigh out 1 oz of Natures Garden’s sustainable palm container wax.  Melt the palm wax to 210 degrees Fahrenheit.  Next, add 0.1 ounces of Reindeer Poo Fragrance Oil.  Also, use a toothpick to add the brown candle colorant.  Simply dip the toothpick in the brown dye and then into your candle wax.  Finally, mix well to incorporate the brown colorant.  Normally you would want to pour this wax at 200 degrees Fahrenheit.  However, since we are pouring into a plastic mold, pouring at that temperature would likely cause the mold to melt.  So, pour the wax at 140 degrees Fahrenheit.

Reindeer Poo Candle Recipe Prepare the Poo EmbedsNow, we will be preparing the poo that will also go on the top of the candle.  For these, we found our Joy Wax works best.  We did not add fragrance oil to them.  You will want to make five or six brown balls of poo.  Weigh out 1/2 ounce of Joy Candle Wax.  Melt the wax to 200 degrees Fahrenheit using a double boiler.  Then, use another toothpick to add a tiny bit of brown candle dye.  Once again, mix to blend the color.  Allow the wax to harden a bit.  While wearing gloves, roll small amounts of the wax in the palms of your hands, creating five or six small balls.   You will set these aside for later along with the reindeer embeds.

 

Reindeer Poo Candle Recipe Prepare the Palm WaxReindeer Poo Candle Recipe Prepare the Palm Wax Portion of the Candle

Next, we will be creating the blue part of the candle.  Prior to creating this portion, or while you are waiting for your wax to melt, use your hot glue gun to adhere to wick to the bottom of the apothecary jar.  Make sure the candle wicks are straight and centered.  Using a double boiler, melt 16 ounces of the palm container wax to 210 degrees Fahrenheit.  Once melted, in the same manner you did before, use a toothpick to add a small amount of blue liquid candle dye.  Then, at about 200 degrees Fahrenheit, add 1.5 ounces of Reindeer Poo Fragrance Oil.  Mix well.  You will want to work quickly so you can pour the palm wax at 200 degrees Fahrenheit.  By pouring the wax at a high temperature the crystals will be able to form nicely in the wax.  Once the palm wax has set up move to the next step.

Reindeer Poo Candle Recipe Prepare the Joy WaxReindeer Poo Candle Recipe Prepare the Joy Wax Portion of the Candle

Now, we will be preparing the snow that rests on the top of the palm wax candle.  For this part, we will be using Joy Wax.  Once again, you will need you scale.  Weigh out 3 ounces of Joy Candle Wax.  We will not be adding color to this part of the candle.  So, once your wax reaches 170 degrees go ahead and add your fragrance oil.  Add 0.3 ounces of Reindeer Poo scent and mix to blend the fragrance.  Allow the wax to set up a bit.  We will be whipping the wax therefore, you want it to have a slush-like consistency.  Once it reaches this state, use a spoon to whip the wax.  Then, place it on top of the blue palm wax.  You want it to look like a blanket of snow.  Move quickly to the next step while the wax is still soft.

Reindeer Poo Candle Recipe Add the EmbedsReindeer Poo Candle Recipe Add the Finishing Touches

Add two of the reindeer embed you created earlier.  These should be placed on top of the white wax so they are slightly sinking in.  You do not want to push them in completely, but you do want to use the Joy Wax to hold them in place.  Then, do the same with the brown wax balls you created earlier.  Once you have added these finishing touches, your candle is ready to use!

Have you made this recipe yourself?  Or maybe another fun candle recipe using Reindeer Poo Fragrance Oil?  Show us what you have made by post a picture on our Facebook page.  Another option would be to tag us on Instagram @ngscents.

 

 

 

Nov
08

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe


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Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts RecipePumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe

I’m sure by now you have tried pumpkin cheesecake pies.  If you haven’t, you really should they’re delicious.  Often times, here at Natures Garden, our inspiration comes from food.  This time our inspiration for our Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe was, what else, Pumpkin Cheesecake Bites.  Click here to see both our inspiration and a scrumptious recipe for pumpkin cheesecake bites.  I assure you, you will love them!  I personally am not the biggest fan of regular pumpkin pie, but when you add in a little creamy cheesecake, I am in heaven!  You MUST try them, they are the perfect pumpkin pie alternative for Thanksgiving!

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe Ingredients Found At Natures Garden:

Pillar of Bliss Wax- 10 Pounds
Joy Wax- 1 SLAB
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye- ORANGE 1oz.
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye- BROWN 1oz.
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye- BLACK 1oz.
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye- YELLOW 1oz.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Fragrance Oil
POURING POT
THERMOMETER
Silicone Soap Mold- 12 Mini Muffins
Pumpkin Pie Spice Blend Powder

Other Things You Will Need:
Stainless Steel Measuring Spoon
Scale
Stove
Toothpicks
Pot (For Double Boiler)

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe: The Chocolate Pie Crust Layer

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe Pouring the BaseWe will begin by using Natures Garden’s Pillar of Bliss Wax. The nice thing about pillar waxes is that, since they are harder waxes, they will pop right out of your mold. Anytime you are using a mold, I would recommend using a pillar wax.

The bottom layer of this wax melts recipe will resemble a chocolate pie crust. In this section, I will walk you through the creation of this layer. It will be about 1/3 of your base. So, keep in mind, you will not be filling the mold completely with this layer. You will need two of the silicone mini cupcake molds ready. This recipe will create 16 pumpkin wax melts. Begin by melting your Pillar of Bliss Wax using the double boiler method. You will need to melt 3 ounces of pillar wax.

Once melted, you will need to add color. Since you only need a small amount, we suggest using two toothpicks. Get out both your black liquid candle colorant and brown candle dye. Now, dip one toothpick in the brown candle dye. Then, dip the toothpick in the wax. Now, using the second toothpick, do the same with the black candle colorant. Mix well to incorporate the color.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe Pie Crust LayerNext, add 0.3 ounces of Pumpkin Cheesecake Fragrance Oil. Stir to blend the fragrance oil. Finally, you can now pour the melted wax in 16 of the mini muffin mold cavities. Remember, you will want to fill each of these cavities 1/3 of the way full. Allow this layer to set up completely.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe: The Pumpkin Cheesecake Layer

When creating the pumpkin cheesecake layer, we will again, be working with Pillar of Bliss Wax. This time you will need to melt 6 ounces of Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax. Again, weigh out the wax using a scale. Then, use the double boiler to melt it.

Once melted, add your colorant. You will again want to use toothpicks to add just a small amount of colorant. This time you will need three toothpicks. Use the toothpicks to add yellow candle dye, brown liquid candle colorant, and orange candle colorant. Mix well.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe Cheesecake LayerNow, use your scale to add 0.6 ounces of Pumpkin Cheesecake Fragrance Oil. Mix well to incorporate the pumpkin scent. Finally, pour the wax into each cavity of the mold. You will fill the remaining 2/3 of the silicone mold. Allow this layer to set up.  Lastly, once they have completely hardened, remove the bases from the molds.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe: The Whipped Frosting Layer

When creating the whipped frosting, we will be using Joy Wax. Joy Wax, since it is a container wax, is softer making it ideal for our whipped topping. You will prepare the wax as you normally would, in a double boiler, adding your fragrance around 170 degrees. Add 0.9 ounces of Pumpkin Cheesecake Fragrance Oil to the Joy Wax. Stir the cheesecake fragrance oil into the wax completely. Now, you will want to wait for the wax set up a bit before you begin whipping it. Start whipping the wax when it has a slushy consistency. You can use a stainless steel spoon to whip the wax. You want to stir the wax until it has a whipped cream consistency.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe Whipped LayerNow, begin topping each base.  You will need to use your spoon to scoop a small amount of wax onto each base.  You want it to look like frosting.  Use the spoon to create peaks in the Joy wax.  Lastly, get out the pumpkin pie spice powder.  Sprinkle a small amount of the pumpkin powder on each melt.

Once you have allowed that wax tarts to cure, they are ready to use.  Simply place one melt in your tart burner and enjoy the creamy pumpkin cheesecake aroma!  Have you created this wax melt recipe at home?  Or, maybe another product you would like to share?  We would love to see what you have come up with.  Post your pics on Natures Garden’s Facebook page or on Instagram, tagging us @ngscent.

Nov
05

Pumpkin Pie Candle Recipe


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Pumpkin-Pie-Candle-RecipePumpkin Pie Candle Recipe

With Thanksgiving right around the corner and all things pumpkin on your mind, I am sure you are going to love this project.  We were inspired by pumpkin pie of course!  That scrumptious, flaky pie crust, the sweet spice of pumpkin center, topped off with fluffy creamy whipped topping!  Your mouth is watering isn’t it?  Are you craving a slice of this tasty treat?  You could head to the kitchen and get baking.  Alternatively, you could save yourself some calories and make a candle instead.  However, I will warn you, if you have company over, they will probably walk in, take one sniff, and expect the real thing.  Our customers say Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil smell just like a freshly baked pumpkin pie.  We agree it is strong, authentic, and amazing!

Pumpkin Pie Candle Recipe Ingredients

Ingredients available at Natures Garden:

Joy Wax
Pillar of Bliss Wax
Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil
Silicone Soap Mold –  24 Mini Pumpkins
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye Brown
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye Yellow
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye Orange
CD 12 Candle Wicks – You will need two of these.
Pouring Pot
Thermometer

Other Ingredients You Will Need:
Scale
Hot Glue Gun
16 Ounce Apothecary Jar
Toothpicks
A Pot (For Double Boiler)
Stainless Steel Mixing Spoon

Working With Natures Garden’s Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax

We will start by preparing the embed for the top of the candle using our Pillar of Bliss Wax.  Since it is a pillar wax, it will pop out of the mold nicely.  Before beginning, we should go over the temperature recommendations for this pillar and tart wax.  Heat the wax to 195 degrees Fahrenheit.  Once it reaches this temperature, add your color, stir to incorporate the color.  Then, allow the temperature to drop to 180 degrees Fahrenheit before adding the fragrance oil.  Anytime you are melting candle wax use a double boiler.  This means placing water in a pot on the stove, then placing your pouring pot the warm water.  Also, remember to melt the wax on low heat.  Using low heat will prevent the wax from burning.

Working With Natures Garden’s Joy Wax

For the majority of our Pumpkin Pie Candle Recipe, we will be using Joy Wax.  Joy Wax is a container wax.  What this means is it is made to adhere to whatever container you put it in.  If we tried to use the same pillar wax we used earlier, it would not cling to the jar.  So, since we want a nice glass adhesion, we chose a container wax.  First, we will go over the temperature instructions for the Joy Wax.  As always, you will want to melt the wax on low, and in a double boiler.  Heat the Joy Wax to 200 Fahrenheit. Add the candle colorant at this temperature. Let the container wax cool to 175-170F.  At this temperature, add fragrance oil. For the best results, we have found that pouring at 165-160F works well.

Pumpkin Pie Candle Recipe Step by Step Instructions

Pumpkin Pie Candle Recipe EmbedPumpkin Pie Candle Recipe: How to Prepare the Wax Embed

Now, get the silicone pumpkin mold out, and we will start creating our wax melt embed.  First, you will need your pouring pot and your scale.  Place the pouring pot on the scale.  Next, add 1 ounce of Pillar of Bliss Wax.  Following the wax instructions above, melt your wax.  Use a toothpick to add a bit of the orange candle colorant.  Then, at the correct temperature, place your pouring pot on the scale, and add 0.1 ounces of Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil.  Stir with your stainless steel mixing spoon to fully incorporate all of the ingredients.  Finally, pour the orange candle wax into one of the cavities of the pumpkin mold and let it set up.  Once it has set up remove it from the mold, set it aside.  You will not need it until we are finished making the pumpkin candle.

Pumpkin Pie Candle Recipe: How to Prepare Your Jar

We chose to use an apothecary jar for this recipe.  Prior to creating your candle, you will need to have two CD 12 candle wicks.  You will also want to plug in and heat up your hot glue gun.  Place a dab of hot glue to the metal wick tab of each wick.  Adhere the candle wick to the bottom of the jar.  You want them to be equally spaced.  Also, be sure they are centered.

Pumpkin-Pie-Candle-Recipe-Layer-1Pumpkin Pie Candle Recipe: How to Prepare the Pie Crust Layer

The next step will be preparing the bottom layer.  Our goal here is to achieve the color of the pie crust.  This layer will start at the bottom and go about one inch up.  Again, using your scale, place four ounces of Joy Wax in the pouring pot.  Melt the wax as described above.

When your Joy Wax is at the correct temperature, add your candle colorant.  You will need to add 1 drop brown liquid candle dye.  Then, use a toothpick to add a bit of yellow.  Stir to blend the color completely with the wax.  Next, place the pouring pot on your scale.  Add 0.4 ounces of Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil.  Once the wax reaches the correct temperature, pour it into the jar.  Remember, this is a layered candle.  Pay close attention to the sides of the jar.  You do not want to splash the wax on the sides of the jar.  I recommend pouring slowing, and also down the center of the jar.  Place a pencil across the opening of your jar.  Wrap your wick around the pencil.  This will keep your wicks centered and straight.  We allowed this layer to fully set up before moving to the next step.

Pumpkin Pie Candle Recipe: How to Prepare the Pumpkin Layer

Pumpkin-Pie-Candle-Recipe-Poured-LayerNow, we will move to the second layer, the delicious pie filling.  This layer will also use our Joy Wax.  Also, this portion will fill the majority of the jar.  Now, get that scale out again.  Weigh out 10 ounces of Joy wax.  Melt the wax in the same manner you did before.

Next, to achieve the pumpkin pie color you will need three of our liquid candle dyes.  We used orange, brown, and yellow candle colorant.  Add 2 drops orange, one yellow, and one brown.  Alternatively, you could use color blocks.  However, you will need to play with the amounts a bit.  You will use two parts orange and one part of each brown and yellow color blocks.  Once you add your color, stir slowly, but thoroughly, to blend the color with the wax.

Pumpkin-Pie-Candle-Recipe-Layer-2Now, at the proper temperature, add 1 ounce of Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil.  Mix well.  Lastly, remove the pencil keeping your wick in place.  Then, pour the wax into the apothecary jar.  Now straighten the wicks.  Put the pencil across the top of your jar.  Again, once your wicks are straight, and centered, wrap the candle wicks around the pencil again.  As before, allow this layer to harden completely.

Pumpkin Pie Candle Recipe: How to Prepare the Whipped Topping Layer

The final layer will be a whipped cream topping layer.  This layer also uses Joy Wax.  However, we will use it a bit differently.  We will be whipping the wax.  This will give the candle wax a whipped cream appearance.  You will prepare the wax as you have before.  The only exception is we will not be pouring it at 165 degrees Fahrenheit.

Pumpkin-Pie-Candle-Recipe-Adding-FragranceGo ahead and get that scale out one last time.  Weigh out and melt 8 ounces of Joy Wax.  We will not be adding color to this portion.  The natural color of the Joy Wax represents the color of whipped cream nicely.  Go ahead and add 0.8 ounces of the pumpkin pie fragrance at the normal 170 – 175 degrees Fahrenheit.  Mix well to incorporate the fragrance oil.

Now, this time, instead of pouring, let the wax set up a little bit.  You want your wax to be a slushy consistency.  Once it gets to this state, use your stainless steel spoon to whip the wax.  Whip the wax until it has a fluffy whipped cream texture. Now, remove the pencil, but as you begin adding your wax, remember you want the wicks to stay centered. Start adding your whipped wax to the top of the pumpkin layer.  Use the spoon to create peaks in the wax.  You will need to work pretty quickly.  Move to the next step before your wax finishes hardening.

Pumpkin Pie Candle Recipe Finishing Touches

Remember that wax pumpkin embed you made earlier with our Pillar of Bliss Wax?  This is where you will need it.  Place that embed in front of your candle wicks.  You want to sink it slightly into your whipped topping.  Additionally, we looped the wick around the pencil before removing it.  This created a decorative curled wick.  However, it should be trimmed to 1/4 inches before burning.  We should also note, the pumpkin embed is purely decorative.  We recommend removing it prior to burning the candle.  It is a wax melt that can be used in yours or your customer’s wax burner.  It does, however, make for an adorable finishing touch on the candle.  We recommend letting the candle cure for a couple days prior to burning it.  But after that, light your candle and let the pumpkin aroma soar.

We hope that you enjoyed making our Pumpkin Pie Candle Recipe with us!  Nature’s Garden feels it will make a wonderful centerpiece on your Thanksgiving table, or as a decoration in your home.  Not only does it smell amazing, but it looks fabulous too!  It has a strong scent and we are sure both you and you guests will love it this holiday season!   Once you finishing making this candle recipe we would love to see your results.  Take a picture of your finished candle!  Then tag us on Facebook or Instagram!  We can’t wait to see your homemade pumpkin pie candles!

 

Oct
18

Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil


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Passion Fruit Fragrance OilPassion Fruit Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil is a tropical fruit scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a mixture of sweet fruit scents with floral notes and a sweet musk base that is certainly worthy of being a best selling fragrance! For some, this fragrance has been so popular, they decided to mix it with others to create their own custom blend. One of our wonderful customers reviewing Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil has said, “This fragrance one of my most popular candles that I sell many of my customers really enjoy this fragrance so I expanded the use and now blend this with another fragrance and it seems to work extremely well!”

What Does Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a tropical blend of peaches, strawberries, pineapple, orange and coconut with slight floral undertones and a smooth musky vanilla background. A Best Seller!

How Do Our Customers Use Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Natures Garden customers can include our passion fruit scent in all kinds of their bath and body products. Some of these products include homemade bath gels, bath oils, lotions, and perfumes. All of these bath and body creations can use a maximum concentration of 5% of this fruity fragrance oil. When choosing a color, we suggest using burgundy soap colorant and purple liquid soap dye. Use the amounts that you feel represent the fragrance. However, when using other colorants, remember candle dyes should not be used.

Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil Cold Process Soap DiscolorationWe have learned from our Cold Process Soap Testing Results that this sweet musk scent will perform very well. We recommend a maximum of 5% Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil concentration. Your cold process soap batch that uses this best selling fragrance oil will have no acceleration. Additionally, we found no ricing, and no separation. Also, the final soap products will retain a good scent after cure. The finished soap did show some discoloration. They discolored to a light brown.  This could be partially because of the 1% vanillin  content.  Vanilla White Color Stabilizer can help lessen the discoloration.  You should note though, there are more than 40 ingredients in fragrance oils that can cause bath and body products to discolor. Additionally, Passion Fragrance Oil also does well in melt and pour soap bases and hp soap recipes.

How Do Our Customers Use Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Some of our customers use this sweet and fruity fragrance oil to make homemade room scenting recipes. Creations like potpourri or incense can each include a maximum of 50% Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil. Your cleaning products can be scented with this best selling fruit scent at a rate of 5%. Also, this sweet scent will remain nice and strong in your aroma bead recipes.

Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil Candle Color SuggestionFurther, many different kinds of candles, wax tarts, or various wax creations can successfully use this fragrance. Both Natures Garden pillar waxes and container waxes can include 10% Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil. Our testing has shown great scent throw with both our container waxes, pillar waxes, and natural soy waxes. When coloring these products, our recommendation is four drops of burgundy liquid candle dye along with a tiny bit of purple liquid candle dye. Alternatively, you could use a small amount of shredded burgundy and purple color blocks in your melted wax. Just don’t use crayons as a substitute for coloring your candles, as they have been known to clog wicks.

We hope that you enjoy this fragrance oil in your products as so many others have been already!

Oct
17

Pretty Kitty Fragrance Oil


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Pretty Kitty Fragrance OilPretty Kitty Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Pretty Kitty Fragrance Oil is a pet scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a great fruity scent with floral notes that is perfect for creating all sorts of bath and body products for your pets! We believe that this scent is the perfect aroma for kittens and cats alike. We hope that you enjoy this fragrance in your products and your little companions don’t dislike their bath time too much.

What Does Pretty Kitty Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Introducing….Natures Garden’s Pet Fragrance Oils!  To our knowledge, we are the first and only supplier to carry an entire line of fragrances designed especially for your furry friends!  Deborah’s kitty, Mocha, is not so fond of baths, but she has given this fragrance her Paw of Approval!   We are sure that your loving, adorable companions will be equally satisfied.  By the way, all of these fragrances can be used in human products too.  Who knows, maybe you and your pet can wear the same fragrance!

Pretty Kitty Fragrance Oil:  An invigorating blend of island fresh kiwi, ripe strawberry, sun-kissed peach, Anjou pear and spring flowers that is sure to please even the fanciest of felines.

How Do Our Customers Use Pretty Kitty Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Products?

Our customers can make a few kinds of room scenting products with this fragrance oil. Both potpourri and incense can each include up to 50% of this fragrance oil in their recipes. Also, homemade cleaning products can use up to 5% of this fragrance oil in the formulation.

Additionally, Pretty Kitty Fragrance Oil is also now candle compatible.  Homemade candles can incorporate up to 10% of this scent.  We have found both Joy Wax and WOW Wax turn out beautifully with this pet friendly fragrance oil.  We have also found our natural soy wax and eco-friendly palm container and palm pillar waxes maintain a strong scent throw with this fragrance. Another option would be using this fragrance oil in gel wax.  Pretty Kitty Fragrance Oil is gel wax compatible.  When coloring your candles, we suggest using one drop burgundy candle dye.  Alternatively, you can shred a small amount of a burgundy color block.  Our recommendations are for a four pound batch.

How Do Our Customers Use Pretty Kitty Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Products?

Our customers who like to create bath and body products can include this pet friendly fragrance oil in their recipes. Bath gels, bath oils, perfumes, lotions, perfumes, soaps, scrubs, and can all be created with this scent.  These types of products can include up to 5% of this pet fragrance oil. Are you looking for a coloring suggestion for your bath and body products that include this scent? We suggest using burgundy soap dye in the amount that you would enjoy. However, you should not use candle dyes in body products, they will stain your skin.

Since soaps can be created with this fragrance, we will elaborate on how this fragrance oil will perform in cold process soaps. Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have revealed this scent to be an absolutely amazing choice for this method of soaping! A batch that contains this fragrance oil will have no separation, no acceleration, and no ricing. There will will not be any discoloration in the finished products and the bars will retain a very strong scent after cure. This fragrance can also be used in both melt and pour soap recipes and hot process soap recipes.

Oct
15

Sleigh Ride Fragrance Oil


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Sleigh Ride Fragrance OilSleigh Ride Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Sleigh Ride Fragrance Oil is a holiday scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a wonderfully jolly Christmas blend of pine trees, holly berries, cinnamon sticks, and sweet vanilla with a few other notes. This scent is not only a perfect holiday scent for Christmas time, but this fragrance is an Natures Garden original as well! We hope that you are happy with this aroma and have a happy holiday season!

What Does Sleigh Ride Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a Christmas Scent. A wonderful blend of pine, apples and cinnamon, bayberry, holly, and a hint of vanilla. An NG Original!

How Do Our Customers Use Sleigh Ride Fragrance Oil in Air Freshening Products?

Create beautiful and seasonally appropriate room scenting products of all kinds. Room scenting products, such as potpourri, incense, and reed stick diffusers, can have this Christmas scent included in their recipes at a rate of 50% overall.  Also, aroma bead products that use this pine tree, vanilla, and cinnamon fragrance oil have a nice and strong scent retained.  Another option is creating homemade smelly jelly jars.  Our smelly jelly crystals allow you to create adorable air freshening jar that are perfect for school dorms and bathrooms.

How Do Our Customers Use Sleigh Ride Fragrance Oil in Handcrafted Candles?

This holiday season get swept away on a scenic sleigh ride by creating handcrafted candles with our magical Sleigh Ride Fragrance Oil.  Candles and wax melts can include up to 10% of this fragrance oil. Pillar of Bliss, WOW Wax, as well as our Joy Wax all will perform perfectly for this scent.  Also, if you are looking for a natural wax, try one of our soy waxes.  We have found that all of the Golden Brands perform wonderfully with Sleigh Ride Fragrance Oil.  This includes the 100% Soy Wax 415, Golden Foods 464, and Golden Brands 444. Lastly, our palm waxes.  Both our palm container and our palm pillar waxes perform amazingly well with this scent.  With the wax having a crystallized effect, it reminds me of a blanket of snow covering the candle.  Not only that, but our palm waxes are eco-friendly, coming from sustainable sources.

How Do Our Customers Color Their Room Scenting Products Using Sleigh Ride Fragrance Oil?

Are you undecided on how to color your products using Sleigh Ride Fragrance Oil?  Our recommendation is using eight drops of green candle colorant and two drops of black liquid candle dye.  Alternatively, you could use an ample amount of shredded green and black color blocks in the wax.  We have chosen these suggestions for a four pound batch.  When coloring your candles and melt with crayons you do risk clogging your wick.  For this reason, we never recommend crayons as a suitable candle colorant.

How Do Our Customers Use Sleigh Ride Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Products?

While this holiday fragrance oil can be included room scenting products, this scent is not body safe.  Therefore, it can not be used to create bath and body products.  Since this Christmas time fragrance oil is not a body safe scent, bath oils, bath gels, soaps, lotions,  and other related bath and body products can not safely include this fragrance oil.  Even though homemade cleaning products are not meant to be used directly on the body, it is unable to contain this scent due to the opportunity of it coming into contact with skin.

Whether you are using this fragrance oil to add a bit of cheer to your holiday products or just enjoying this scent in your everyday products, we hope that you enjoy this fragrance oil!

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Pineapple Jasmine Fragrance Oil


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Pineapple Jasmine Fragrance OilPineapple Jasmine Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Pineapple Jasmine Fragrance Oil is a complex scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a beautiful blend of sweet, fruity notes and delightfully fresh floral notes that unite to form a very complex yet gorgeous scent. One of our valued customers had this to say, “This scent is very pretty, it’s not too sweet, and not too floral, the balance is 50% 50% sweet to floral. It also is a very strong scent, I used it in pillar blend wax, and it scents up the room without even being lit. You get the smell of pineapple, then quickly followed jasmine. My customer loved it, I would order this again.”

What Does Pineapple Jasmine Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

A creative blend of top notes of ripened pineapples, pears, and apples; middle notes of ferns and clover; bottom notes of jasmine and rose petals. Very Complex!

How Do Our Customers Use Pineapple Jasmine Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Homemade room scenting recipes can be created with this fruit and floral fragrance oil. Not only can potpourri and incense use this fragrance oil, but they can include up to 50% fragrance oil. Household cleaning products can be scented with this complex aroma. These products should not use more than 5% of Pineapple Jasmine Fragrance Oil. Also, aroma beads will retain a strong scent when they use this fragrance oil.

Additionally, different wax creations like container and pillar candles or granulated wax potpourri. Any candles or wax melts made using this aroma can use a maximum of 10% of this jasmine scent. Nature’s Garden’s Pillar of Bliss, Joy Wax, and WOW Wax would use this scent perfectly. Further, natural waxes like palm wax and soy wax will retain a nice and strong aroma. If you are coloring your candles, and aren’t quite sure how to color them, then listen to our suggestion. We suggest using three drops of yellow liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax used or adding a small amount of a shredded yellow color block to the melted wax. Note that adding crayons to your candles will clog your wick and potentially ruin your candle.

How Do Our Customers Use Pineapple Jasmine Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Both melt and pour soaps and cold process soaps can each use this complex fragrance oil in their recipes. Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have shown that this scent is nearly perfect for making cold process soap! A batch that uses this scent will have a no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. The final products will have a discoloration of a light beige hue and the scent retained will be strong after cure. You can add yellow liquid soap colorant to your bath and body products or you can add your personal preference. No matter which you choose, just make sure that it isn’t a candle dye as that dye is not body safe.

This pineapple and jasmine fragrance oil can be use to create many different kinds of bath and body products. Bath gels, bath teas, scrubs, bath bombs, lotions, perfumes, and any other related bath and body products are allowed to include a maximum of 5% for this fragrance oil. Try one of our unscented bases to make a wide variety of beauty products. However you choose to use Pineapple Jasmine Fragrance Oil, we hope that you enjoy this complex fruit and floral fragrance as much as we do. We just know it will give each product a scent that is too great to pass up!