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Smores Candle Recipe

This fun project made by Lynn of Natures Garden

Recipe makes 3 smores candles

Information:

Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Glass Measuring Cup
Stirring Spoon
Stove
Knife

Step1:  Lay both of your basic square molds on a flat surface where they will not be disturbed.
Step 2:  Get your 6 votive wick pins and place one in the center of each mold opening. 

Prepare the Graham Cracker layers:

Step 3:  Using the double boiler method, melt 1 cup of Pillar of Bliss Wax.  Once the melted wax reaches 195 degrees Fahrenheit, remove from heat.
Step 4:  Once all the wax has melted, quickly add 1 very small chip of the following color block dyes- brown, orange, and yellow.  Stir to incorporate throughout melted wax. 
Step 5:  Let the temperature of the melted and colored wax drop to 180 degrees.  Then, add 1/2 ounce of Graham Crackers Fragrance Oil.  Stir gently.
Step 6:  Allow wax to cool to 160F and carefully pour a 1/4  inch layer of melted wax into all (6) of your mold cavities.    Allow this wax to completely set up, remove from molds, remove wick pins, and set aside.  Please Note:  For every smore candle that you are creating, you will need (2) graham cracker layers- one for the top, and one for the bottom.  

Prepare the Chocolate layer:
Step7:  Lay one of your basic square molds on a flat surface where they will not be disturbed.
Step 8:  Get 3 votive wick pins and place one in the center of each mold opening.
Step 9:  Using the double boiler method, melt 1/2 cup of Pillar of Bliss Wax.  Once the melted wax reaches 195 degrees Fahrenheit, remove from heat.
Step 10:  Next, add about 1/8 of your brown color block dye to the melted wax.  Stir well. 
Step 11:  Let the temperature of the melted and colored wax drop to 180 degrees.  Then, add 1/4 ounce of Chocolate Fudge Fragrance Oil.  Stir gently.
Step 12:  Allow wax to cool to 160F and carefully pour a 1/4 inch layer of melted wax into your square mold cavities. Allow this wax to completely set up, remove from molds, remove wick pins, and set aside.  Please Note:  By the end of this step, you should have (3) chocolate layers.

Side Note:  Place any remaining chocolate wax aside, you will want to save a small amount for connecting the smores together and for decorating.

Prepare the Marshmallow layer:

Step13:  Lay one of your basic square molds on a flat surface where they will not be disturbed.
Step 14:  Get 3 votive wick pins and place one in the center of each mold opening.
Step 15:  Using the double boiler method, melt 1 1/2 cups of Pillar of Bliss Wax.  Once the melted wax reaches 195 degrees Fahrenheit, remove from heat.
Step 16:  Let the temperature of the melted wax drop to 180 degrees.  Then, add 3/4 ounce of Toasted Marshmallow Fragrance Oil.  Stir gently.
Step 17:  Allow wax to cool to 160F and carefully pour a 3/4 inch layer of melted wax into your square mold cavities. Allow this wax to completely set up, remove from molds, remove wick pins, and set aside.  Please Note:  By the end of this step, you should have (3) marshmallow layers.

Side Note:  Place any remaining marshmallow wax aside, you will want to save a small amount for connecting the smores together.

Making the Smore: 

Step
18:  Place any remaining chocolate and marshmallow wax back onto heat source for remelting.
Step 19:  Using one of your CD10 wicks, thread it through one of the graham cracker layers.  Apply a small amount of melted chocolate wax on top, then thread chocolate layer.  Apply another small amount of melted chocolate wax again on top, and thread marshmallow layer.   Next, apply small amount of melted marshmallow wax on top, and thread second graham cracker layer. 
Step 20:  Repeat step 19 for other 2 smores.


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