Prepare the Blood:
Step1: Using the double boiler method,
melt 1 cup of Pillar of Bliss Wax. Once
the melted wax reaches 185 degrees Fahrenheit, remove from
Step 2: Once
all the wax has melted, quickly add 5 drops of Spectrum Red Color Dye. Stir to incorporate throughout melted
pipettes, quickly and carefully squirt melted red wax at the opening of your
jar. You will want to place the red wax
where your jar starts to change shape and allow it to flow down to the bottom
of your jar. Please
our testing, we have found that this step works best by working in quarter
sections. Holding your jar on an angle,
place the pipette at the brim (of where
your jar changes shape) and release wax.
Then, place your jar right side up to allow for drips. Repeat again until all of sections have
the blood drips to completely harden.
Place remaining red wax aside, this will be used for embeds later.
Prep your wicks:
Step 5: Next,
using a hot glue gun, hot glue the bottom tabs of 2 CD-12 wicks and attach to
the bottom of your glass apothecary jar equally spaced apart.
the Black Wax:
again, using the double boiler method, melt 1 pound of Joy Wax. Once the melted wax reaches 185
degrees Fahrenheit, remove from
add 10 drops of Spectrum Black Color Dye and stir gently.
the temperature of the melted wax drop to 175 degrees. Then, add 1
oz. to 1.5 ounces of Werewolf Fragrance Oil. Stir gently.
9: Allow the
melted wax temperature to drop to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, pour wax into your jars. Moving quickly, immediately place your filled
jar in the freezer for 10 minutes. This prevents the blood drips from
melting into your black wax.
your remaining red wax back onto the
heat source for remelting.
Step 11: Lay
your vampire teeth embed mold on a flat surface. Once your red wax is melted, add
2 teaspoons of werewolf fragrance
oil and stir. Allow to cool to 140F. Carefully pour
into each embed cavity. Allow this to
fully set up.
After 10 minutes have elapsed,
carefully remove your candle from the freezer.
your candle aside to allow it to fully set up.
your vampire teeth have fully hardened, place the mold upside down. Using your thumbs apply gentle pressure to
the middle of the mold cavities. Once
the vampire teeth release, set them aside.
your candle has fully set up, using a pencil, curl your wicks.
several of your vampire teeth embeds on top of your candle for
decoration. These can be used as wax
tarts in a potpourri burner.
Step 17: When
you are ready clip your wick, and enjoy your bloody fun
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