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Jun
12

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe


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Dreama Flameless Air Freshener RecipeDreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe

If you have been asking yourself, “What do I need to make aroma bead air fresheners”, then you should check out our new craft recipe! The Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe is a fantastic scented recipe that is easy to create and you will be sure to love. This craft recipe from Natures Garden will walk you through how to make your own room scent using bulk aroma beads. This scented aroma bead recipe includes craft supplies, like our bulk aroma beads, liquid candle dye, and wholesale fragrance oil, to create a fantastic room scent recipe! So, take a look at the blog below to learn about how you can create this fantastic room scent recipe.

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Making Some Preparations

Before you can begin to create your own handmade air freshener recipe, you may want to make a few preparations to make the process go by smoother. First, you should gather all of your cosmetic ingredients for this scented craft recipe. It can be useful to get everything that you need before you begin to make your Dreama scented aroma beads to have the process go a bit easier. Also, you will want to sanitize any craft making equipment that you will need for this recipe to ensure cleanliness.

Next, you will want to prepare an area for you to use as a work space. Further, it is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while you prepare this homemade recipe. After you have made these preparations, you will be ready to work on making this homemade craft recipe!

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Aroma Beads Wholesale Bulk

This homemade air freshener recipe uses Natures Garden’s aroma beads. If you have never used aroma beads before, then, simply put, they are fragrance absorbing plastic beads. These beads can absorb up to 30% fragrance oil. Further, these beads can absorb liquid candle dye, too. After about 1 to 5 days, these aroma beads will have absorbed the scented oil and colorant. Then, you can add these lovely scented beads to a container or use them other ways to create the perfect air freshener for your home. So, let’s get started on creating this fun room scenting recipe!

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Needed Ingredients From Natures Garden

Aroma Beads
Dreama Fragrance Oil
Green Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye
Yellow Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye
Air Freshener Plastic Jar Set

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Other Needed Ingredients

Ziploc Bag- Gallon Size
Toothpicks (2)

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Weights and Amounts for Ingredients

1 pound of the Aroma Beads
A very small amount of the Yellow Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye
2 ounces of the Dreama Fragrance Oil
very small amount of the Green Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Filling the Gallon Ziplock BagDreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Filling the Gallon Ziplock Bag

First, you are going to add the whole bag of aroma beads to your gallon Ziploc bag. While the beads are technically already in a bag, adding the aroma beads to a larger bag will make it easier to mix. So, you will have an easier time trying to incorporate the other air freshener supplies. So, you will need to add the whole 1 pound bag of aroma beads to your gallon Ziploc bag before moving on to the next step.

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Adding the Fragrance OilDreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Adding the Fragrance Oil

Next, you are going to be adding the scented oil to your homemade room scent creation. So, you are going to want to add 2 ounces of the Dreama Fragrance Oil to a small bowl. Then, you will be able to pour the fragrance oil into the zip lock bag with the aroma beads. After, you will want shut the bag up tight and mix everything together very well. Once your scented oil is incorporated well with the aroma beads, you can move on to the next step of the process.

Dreama Fragrance OilDreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Dreama Fragrance Oil

Our homemade air freshener recipe uses the lovely Dreama Fragrance Oil!  This lovely fragrance oil from Natures Garden has top notes of oakmoss and lilies. Further, this floral scented oil continues with middle notes of ylang ylang and jasmine. Finally, this fragrance has bottom notes of amber, musk, and sandalwood. Together these fragrance oil notes blend to create an irresistible aroma that you will sure to enjoy in your room scent craft.

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Using the Liquid Candle DyeDreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Using the Liquid Candle Dye

Next, you are going to add the aroma bead dye to you homemade room scent recipe. For each of the two colors that you will use, you will only use a toothpick amount of the dye. So, you are going to need to get your candle dye and two toothpicks. Once you have the candle dye and toothpicks, then you are ready to move on to the next step in the process.

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Adding the ColorantDreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Adding the Colorant

Now you are ready to add the candle colorant to your scented aroma beads. First, you will dip a toothpick into the green candle dye. You will use a small amount of the green colorant to mix into the aroma beads. Next, you will use another toothpick to add a very small amount of the yellow liquid candle dye to the aroma beads. Since we want the aroma beads to be slightly more yellow than green, you may want to use a second small amount of the yellow colorant. In total, you will have two toothpick amounts of yellow and one toothpick amount of green.

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Mixing in the ColorantsDreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Mixing in the Colorants

After adding the two candle colorants to your aroma beads, you are going to mix everything together well. First, you will need to close the bag up tight. Then, you can shake and knead the beads to mix everything together. Continue to move the shake the beads until the color is evenly distributed. After, you can move on to the next step in the process.

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Wait for the Scent to Absorb

Before you can move on to the next step, you will need to wait for the aroma beads to absorb the scent. So, you will need to leave the beads in the sealed zip lock bag. In this case, after about 24 hours the aroma beads should have fully absorbed the excess liquid in the bag. This means that the lovely Dreama fragrance oil has been incorporated into the aroma beads. So, you will be ready to move on to the next step in the process.

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Filling the Air Freshener JarsDreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Filling the Air Freshener Jars

Next, you are ready to add your scented aroma beads to the plastic air freshener jars. So, you will want to line up your empty aroma beads containers. Then, you can use a bowl to pour the beads into each of the jars. This recipe should provide you with 6 individual jars that you can use. Once each of the jars have been filled, you will need to place the seals and lids on top.

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Adding the SealDreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Adding the Seal

After you jars are filled, you are going to need to add the seal the top of your jars. This seal will go between the top of the jar and the perforated lid. This seal will prevent your beads from spilling and make it easier to store and ship your finished product.

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Using Your Finished ProductDreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Using Your Finished Product

Finally, your aroma bead air freshener recipe is finished and ready to use! When you are ready to use your aroma bead air freshener, you can remove the seal and let the homemade room freshener do its thing and scent your home. Further, if you want to learn how to make car air fresheners with aroma beads or a regular room scent craft, you can use this container in the car! So, there are many fun ways to use and enjoy the lovely Dreama scented aroma beads!

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: How Do I Use Aroma Beads?

If you have never used aroma beads before, then you may want to learn how to use aroma beads and what not to do. First of all, you can not use aroma beads in a heated potpourri burner. You can’t do this because they are plastic and will melt. So, you can’t use these beads like you would a candle wax. This means that you do not place aroma beads near an open flame.

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Surrounded By Beautiful Flowers

What could possibly be even more wonderful than the delightful aroma of the Dreama Fragrance Oil! Well, possibly a flower arch with real, aromatic flowers! Not only are surrounded by a lovely flower aroma similarly to the Dreama scent, but you have the beauty of real flowers decorating a gorgeous arch! This homemade arch could be used to act as an elegant entrance to a business, be used for pretty prom pictures, act as a gorgeous backdrop for a wedding, and so much more! Since this a fantastic idea for all kinds of occasions and celebrations that are big and small, you may be interested to learn how they are made and see whether you can make one for yourself. If you would like to get instructions as to create your own arch, then check out Workshop In Floral Pillars, Floral Arches and Floral Chandelier Workshop from Kays Flower School.

Another fun idea that you can try out is creating your very own flower wreath. This homemade craft recipe uses silk flowers and artificial greenery to create a beautiful decoration for your home! While this homemade craft recipe uses artificial flowers, which means that you’re missing out on a lovely floral aroma, this wreath is still gorgeous. In fact, these artificial flowers may be even more beautiful than the real thing and you can keep it around longer without worrying about dead flowers. Plus, you can even add a touch of the lovely floral aroma of the Dreama Fragrance Oil! If you are interested in making your own floral wreath, then check out instructions on How To Make A Silk Flower Wreath from A Floral.

Dreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Reach Out to Natures GardenDreama Flameless Air Freshener Recipe: Reach Out to Natures Garden

We hope that you enjoyed creating your air freshener with Natures Garden’s wholesale aroma beads! If you have any more questions about how to make homemade scented recipes like this one, then you can reach out to ask us for answers to your questions. You can reach out to us on our HUG Line, in the Natures Garden store, and on our website. An easy way that you can reach out to us online is through our social media. We are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can find us @ngscents on Instagram as well as on Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us any questions that you may have about making room scents, but you can share your own homemade air freshener recipes, too! So, we hope we hear from you very soon!

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the recipes provided on our website. Testing is your responsibility. If you plan to resell any recipes we provide, it is your responsibility to adhere to all FDA regulations if applicable. If there are ingredients listed in a recipe that Natures Garden does not sell, we cannot offer any advice on where to purchase those ingredients. We also do not offer any advice on formulating or altering recipes.

May
14

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?


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WWhat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?hat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?

Welcome to the wonderful world of candle making! If you are new to the craft of making candles, then you may be thinking to yourself; What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles? While there are quite a few options out there, you just need to learn about your options and choosing gets simplified. At Natures Garden we strive to make sure that our customers never feel lost or alone while crafting. So, we try to provide you with as much information as you need as well as offer a Toll-Free H.U.G Line; HUG stands for Help U Grow. 1-866-647-2368. So, you can call us anytime to receive help. Furthermore, we are creating this blog to have all the basic information that you need to get started and have a reference for when you need it!

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: What Wax to Use for CandlesWhat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: What Wax to Use for Candles

One of the most important ingredients for making candles is the wax. Your candle wax is what determines the strength and quality of your candle. While you may think that you can just add more fragrance oil to increase the scent of your candles, this just isn’t true. In fact, once your candle wax has been saturated the fragrance oil will simply leak out and be wasted. Also, this leakage can lead to a potential fire hazard. So, it’s best to stay within the recommended amounts. You can check out the Candle Wax Information to figure out which type of canlde wax that you want!

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: AdditivesWhat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Additives

Additives are an option that candle makers have to include ingredients into their wax. This is done to try to enhance the quality of their final product. This can be beneficial for some waxes, but we don’t suggest using these additives in any preblended waxes.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: How to Make Candles With Crisco

One additive that you can include is Crisco shortening for some of your candles. About 1-2 ounces can be added per pound of paraffin candle wax. This will help to decrease wet spots, increase your melt pool, absorb fragrance oil, and help to decrease the chance of your fragrance sitting on the bottom of the pouring pot. So, this can be used to increase scent throw in candles made of this type of wax. But, you will find that a blended wax like our Joy Wax is already formulated to provide a great scent throw without adding any Crisco.

You will probably read differing opinions on using Crisco in your candles; however, if it had been such a bad idea, then wax manufacturers would not be making wax out of soy. Crisco is soy based. Use your own judgment on this one!

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Vybar

Another additive that is used to enhance candles is Vybar. This additive’s primary use is enhancing the scent throw. Plus, this ingredient will create a marble appearance on the top of the candle, which looks very cool! Another thing that this ingredient does is harden the wax consistency and raise the melt point. While some people use stearin, we believe that Vybar does the same thing with less issues.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: UV Light Protectors

If you want to sell your candles wholesale or want to have them keep their color for a long time, then you may want a UV Light InhibitorHowever, these can be expensive and aren’t necessary otherwise. Colors that you need to be most worried about are Blue, Violet, Burgundy, and sometimes pink. Also, even after adding this ingredient we would recommend keeping them out of direct sunlight as the sun will still be able to fade your color over time. If your find that your colors our still fading quite a bit even after adding this, then it could be due to your fragrance oil.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Petrolatum

Also, you can use petrolatum as a candle making additive. This ingredient will help increase the number of pores in the candle. So, you candle will be able to absorb even more fragrance oil. This means an even stronger scent! Plus, it will help your wax cling to the sides of your container. However, this may lead to a less clean burn and sometimes even smoking. So, there are some trade offs with this one.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Fragrance OilWhat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Fragrance Oil

The fragrance oil is another ingredient that is important for making wonderfully scented homemade candles. Firstly, you should make sure that the fragrance oil you want to use is not alcohol based, as this can be dangerous. Next, you will want to consider the concentration of your fragrance. Obviously, you want a good scent that hasn’t been diluted, like our fragrance oils, but there are some companies that dilute their scents and you should be cognizant of it. When using a concentrated fragrance oil, you can use about 1 ounce per pound of fragrance. If you try to use more, it will just be wasted. This is because the wax is already fully saturated and your fragrance will simply be left on the bottom of your pouring pot.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: ColorantsWhat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Colorants

Also, you have the option to add colorants to your candles. There are a few routes you can go for coloring your homemade candles. One thing that we’d like to note here is that candles aren’t a very good candle colorant. While there are many diy recipes on how to make candles out of crayons, we have found that candles should never be used if you want quality candles. Any amount of crayons added to your candles will cause smoking and will clog your wick. Instead, you can use liquid candle dye, color blocks, or powdered candle dye for your candles.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Liquid Candle DyeWhat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Liquid Candle Dye

First, you can use the Spectrum Liquid Candle Dyes to color your candles. These dyes are very concentrated, so it only take a little bit. Often a few drops or even a toothpicks amount will suffice. Make sure that you never use more than 10 drops of the liquid candle dye because it will cause a sight chemical smell that may ruin your scent! Plus, adding too much color can clog your wick, reduce the scent throw, create smoking, and may reduce the melt pool of your candle. But, as long as you stay under our recommended maximum you should be fine. Plus, the liquid dye allows you to make candles that have consistent coloring each time because you can simply count the number of drops you add to your melted wax.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Color BlocksWhat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Color Blocks

Next, you have the option of color blocks for your homemade candles. These candle coloring blocks are dye that has been concentrated in a wax medium. This block will provide enough color to deeply dye 15 pounds of wax in total. However, the color blocks do not provide as vibrant of a color compared to our liquid candle dye or a powdered candle dye. We have these colorants available in red, coral/peach, yellow, blue, green, purple, burgundy, brown, teal, cinnamon, and cranberry. You can mix these colors, but make sure not too add too much as it may clog your wick, cause smoking, reduce the melt pool, or inhibit scent throw. To use this colorant you can cut just a piece off the block and add it to your melting candle wax. Just make sure that your color blocks are fully melted before pouring your candle wax.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Powdered Candle DyesWhat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Powdered Candle Dyes

Lastly, you can use for your homemade candle creations. These are the most concentrated form of candle dye out there. You can use very small amounts of the dye to provide some vibrant color results. Plus, you can combine colors to create any color that you prefer! Also, you can add this powder to melted Stearic Acid to provide a better dispersion in your candle wax. Stearic acid can be added to your candle to help harden them. Also, you should avoid using too much as it could clog your wick, create more smoking, reduce the melt pool of your candle, or inhibit the scent throw.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Candle WicksWhat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Candle Wicks

Another important aspect to candle making is the wick. There are two things you need to consider when picking a wick, which are the type of wax you are using and the size of your container. First, you need to think about the type of wick that you want to use. While there is some preference involved, there are some wicks that will work better in certain types of waxes. You can see on the website for each wick or at the bottom of the Science of Candle Making page.

Next, we need to think about what size wick that we will need. The size of your wick will determine the radius of wax that the flame can cover. If the flame doesn’t reach the edges you will be wasting perfectly good candle wax. However, a wick that is too large can result in mushrooming or even smoking, or loss of scent.  So, you will need to make sure that you choose the correct sized wick for each of your different container sizes. If you need help figuring out which type of wick and the size you need then check out our Candle Wick Chart for sizing.

Also, you can check out our Types of Candle Wicks for a condensed version of candle wicking information.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: EquipmentWhat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Equipment

Next, we have some basic equipment is important for candle making and can potentially last forever. Both the pouring pot and thermometer are important pieces of equipment in the candle making process that you really can’t go without.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Pouring PotWhat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Pouring Pot

First, the pouring pot is great to have for your melting wax. If you are using a pot from your kitchen, then it will be nearly impossible to reclaim it for cooking. Plus, you won’t have the convenience of a pouring spout in a typical cooking pot. So, its best to just get a pouring pot that is more efficient for candle making.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: ThermometerWhat Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Thermometer

Also, the thermometer is crucial for making sure that your wax is used properly. Firstly, this allows you to monitor the temperature to prevent you from getting your wax to hot. If your wax gets hotter than 200 degrees Fahrenheit, in some cases, it will burn. At this temperature the wax’s molecules begin to break down and the wax will take on a burnt smell. Another issue that this helps you with is pouring your wax at the right temperature. You need to make sure that your candles are poured at the temperature recommended for the candle wax you are using.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Worlds Largest Candle

In the spirit of candle making, we figured we would talk about the largest candle ever! According to Waymarking.com, the largest candle in the world is in South Deerfield, MA. It is a big, red giant made of 1,377 pounds of wax and standing about 6 feet tall. If you are curious in seeing this phenomenal candle, then check out the World’s Largest Candle in World’s Largest Candle Store.

What Do You Need To Make Your Own Candles?: Learn With Us

If you are interested in learning more about candle-making, you can find more details in the Natures Garden candle manual. Also, you can reach out to us at Natures Garden with any other questions that you may have. One great way to reach out to us is through social media. We are on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents), and Instagram (@ngscents). We hope to hear from you soon!

Nov
21

Eggnog Candle Recipe


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Eggnog Candle RecipeEggnog Candle Recipe

It is that time of year again, eggnog season.  Today, I will share with you a candle recipe we created using our Eggnog Fragrance Oil.  This eggnog candle recipe looks good enough to drink!  While we obviously do not suggest drinking it, it sure does smell and look just like the real thing.  Finally, we you finish creating the candle be sure to check out my absolute favorite real eggnog drink recipe.  It is thick and delicious and something I make every year during the holidays.

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Ingredients You Will Need Found at Natures Garden

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment That You Will Need

Mixing Spoons
Stove
Scale
Pot (for double boiler)
Glass Mug
Toothpicks
Cheese Grater
Paper Bowl
Hot Glue Gun
Glue Sticks

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Total Recipe Weights for the Main Candle

455 grams Joy Wax
45 grams Eggnog Fragrance Oil
Toothpick Spectrum Yellow Liquid Candle Dye
Toothpick Spectrum Brown Liquid Candle Dye

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Total Recipe Weights for Whipped Portion of Candle

85 grams Joy Wax
8 grams Eggnog Fragrance Oil

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Prepare the Jar for the Candle

First, prepare your mug.  We use a glass mug that we picked up at our local grocery store.  Our mug was slightly under 3.5 inches in diameter.  So, we used a CD-12 wick in our mug.  The size of the wick that you use will depend upon the diameter of the mug you are using for your candle.  While I can’t tell you the exact size you will need, I can tell you that I highly recommend the CD candle wicks when using Natures Garden’s Joy Wax.  Our size recommendations, based on diameter, can be found in the description of our CD candle wicks at the link in the ingredients list above.
Once you have determined your wick size, use a hot glue gun to adhere the candle wick to the bottom of your jar.  You will want to make sure the wick is centered in the mug.  Once your wick is in place unplug your hot glue gun and move on to the next step.

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Prepare the Candle Wax For the Base of the CandleEggnog Candle Recipe: Prepare the Candle Wax For the Base of the Candle

Now, let’s prepare our Joy Wax.  In order to melt the Joy Wax, we will use a double boiler.  This will slowly melt the wax and prevent it form scorching.  You will need to first prepare a pot of water. The pot only needs to be filled with a few inches of water. Heat the water.  Once you have your wax weighed out, you will need to place your pouring pot inside the hot water to melt the wax.
So, in your pouring pot, weigh out 455 grams of Joy Wax.  Then, place the pouring pot inside the pot containing the water.  Allow the wax to melt.  Once the temperature reaches 200 degrees Fahrenheit, remove the pot from the heat.

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Coloring Your Melted Candle WaxEggnog Candle Recipe: Coloring Your Melted Candle Wax

Next, we will be adding our colorant.  When using Natures Garden’s Joy Wax the colorant should be added at 200 degrees Fahrenheit.  So, for this candle recipe we will need both Spectrum yellow candle dye and Spectrum brown liquid candle dye.  Now, we only need a little bit of each.  While it can be hard to get just a small amount of liquid candle dye out with a dropper, it is not impossible.  In order to get just a small amount you will simply need a couple of toothpicks.  First, we will add the yellow candle colorant.  Go ahead and dip your first toothpick into the yellow colorant.  Then, dip the yellow colorant into the candle wax.  Throw this toothpick in the trash.  Next, dip your second toothpick into the brown candle dye.  Then, dip this same toothpick into the candle wax.  Throw your second toothpick into the garbage.  Finally, mix to fully disperse the candle colorants.

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Adding Your Eggnog Fragrance OilEggnog Candle Recipe: Adding Your Eggnog Fragrance Oil

When working with Joy Wax, we suggest adding your fragrance oil between 170 degrees Fahrenheit and 175 degrees Fahrenheit for the best results.  So, today, we will be using Eggnog Fragrance Oil.  We couldn’t create an eggnog candle without an eggnog scent, right?  So, we will be using 10% fragrance oil for this recipe.  So, when your wax is at the correct temperature, add 45 grams of your Natures Garden Eggnog Fragrance Oil.  Then, make sure you mix the candle wax for about 30 seconds.  This will ensure that your eggnog scent is completely blended with the candle wax.

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Pouring Your Eggnog Candle WaxEggnog Candle Recipe: Pouring Your Eggnog Candle Wax

Now, we will be pouring our candle wax.  When using Joy Wax, we recommend pouring your candle wax in warmed jars.  By warming your candle jars before pouring into them, it will help your wax to cling very nicely to your jars.  This is because your wax cools very slowly, allowing time for air bubble to release from the wax and thus the wax adhere to the walls of the jars better.  You want to put your jars into the oven at the very lowest setting.  So, turn your oven on the lowest temperature possible.  Then, place the jars on a pan and in the oven for just a few minutes. Do not allow them to get hot, they only need to be warm.

When pouring the wax, the temperature should be between 160 degrees Fahrenheit and 165 degrees Fahrenheit.  Once your candle wax reaches this temperature, pour the wax into your jar.  Make sure your wick is centered and secured in the center.  I use a fine tooth comb to keep my wicks in place.  Place the comb across the jar’s opening and put the wick centered in between the teeth of the comb.  Lastly, allow the candle wax to setup before moving to the next step.

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Melting the Wax for the Whipped Topping

Joy wax can easily be used as a whipped topping on your candles.  For this particular recipe, we will be using 85 grams of Joy Wax.  However, we will be leaving this portion of the candle uncolored.  Once again, we will be using a double boiler to melt the candle wax.  So, go ahead and melt the wax using this method. However, this time bring the wax to a temperature between 170 degrees Fahrenheit and 175 degrees Fahrenheit.  The Joy Wax does not need to get any hotter since we are not adding any candle colorants to it.

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Adding Fragrance Oil to the Whipped Topping Portion of the Candle Wax

Now, we will be adding fragrance oil to the whipped topping portion of the candle wax.  Once your candle wax temperature is between 170 degrees Fahrenheit and 175 degrees Fahrenheit, add 8 grams of the Eggnog scent.  Then, mix the fragrance oil into the wax with a clean mixing spoon.  Stir for about 30 second to be sure that the Eggnog Fragrance Oil is completely mixed with the Joy Wax.

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Whipping the Joy Candle WaxEggnog Candle Recipe: Whipping the Joy Candle Wax

Next, we will begin whipping the Joy Wax.  This portion of the wax will be placed on the top of our main candle.  This will give your candle the look of a creamy top that you see on a glass of eggnog.  While it may look more complicated, all the topping requires is cooled and whipped Joy Wax.  All you will need is the candle wax and a mixing spoon.

 

 

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Whipping the Joy Candle Wax

So, you want to allow your Joy Wax to cool.  As it cools stir it periodically.  Once it is at a thicker consistency, begin mixing until it takes on a whipped topping type consistency. Once the Joy Wax has reached this consistency, use a spoon to scoop it on top of your setup candle.  While you are topping the candle, make sure you keep your candle wick centered.

 

Eggnog Candle Recipe: Placing the Finishing TouchesEggnog Candle Recipe: Placing the Finishing Touches

There are a couple of things we will be adding to the candle to finish it off.  First, we will be adding a small cinnamon stick.  I should note that this will need to be removed prior to burning, but it does give your candle an adorable finishing touch.  We will also be grinding and adding cinnamon to the top of the candle.

First, we will add a cinnamon stick.  Place the cinnamon stick vertically, but slightly angled right inside your candle.  It should stick out slightly though.  You want it to look like it is floating in your jar.

In addition, we will need to grind just a little bit of a cinnamon stick.  We will grind the cinnamon using a cheese grater.  While yes, we could use pre-made ground cinnamon, it won’t be as coarse or look as nice.  So, go ahead and grind just a small amount of the cinnamon.  To do this, place your cinnamon stick horizontally across your grater and move it across the grater quickly.  Finally, sprinkle the ground cinnamon on top of the candle.  Then, give your wick and little curl and your candle is finished.  Just remember to let the candle cure for a few day before using it or selling it.  This will ensure that your candle’s scent is a strong as possible.

Are you now craving the real thing?  I have tried many eggnog recipes myself.  Personally, my favorite eggnog recipe is this eggnog recipe from Tastes Batter From Scratch.  It is thick, creamy, and delicious.  It is sure to be an instant hit!

 

Aug
30

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils


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Best Cucumber Fragrance OilsBest Cucumber Fragrance Oils

Are you looking for a fresh new scent to add to your products line? Why not try a cucumber scent? Whether on its own or mixed with perhaps a melon note, cucumber scents can be both refreshing and relaxing. So, Natures Garden has compiled a list of our best cucumber fragrance oils. Cucumber fragrance oils can be used for bath and body products and in your homemade candles. Any one of these cucumber fragrance oils will make a wonderful addition to your product line. These cucumber fragrance oils will leave a clean fresh aroma in any products you choose to make!

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber & Melons Fragrance OilBest Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber and Melons Fragrance Oil

First, we have a best seller from Natures Garden! Cucumber and Melons Fragrance Oil has a wonderful aroma of sour and sweet cucumber and a deep green oily note with hints of violet, with a background of sweet, freshly sliced honeydew melon. Our customers give this fragrance oil great reviews in a variety of applications!  One customer from Alabama stated, “Natures Garden’s cucumber and melons fragrance oil is spot on! It is super strong in my homemade candles and bath and body recipes. Get this one, you will not be disappointed.”

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber & Melons Fragrance Oil Soap

 

When testing Cucumber and Melons Fragrance Oil, we found there was no ricing but slight acceleration when first added but stick blends out. Following slight separation once setup but reabsorbs. Also, there was no discoloration.  This scent is truly amazing!  Very fresh, clean, and crisp, a great addition to your CP line.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber & Melons Fragrance Oil Candle

 

If you are looking to color your homemade candle with Cucumber & Melon Fragrance Oil, we suggest using a small shred of green and yellow color blocks. Also, you can use one drop of green plus one drop of yellow liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Cantaloupe Fragrance OilBest Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Cantaloupe Fragrance Oil

Are you looking for a juicy, fresh fragrance oil? Well then, look no further! Cucumber Cantaloupe Fragrance Oil is an aromatic blend of ripe cantaloupe, with base notes of fresh green and juicy cucumber notes. Another beat selling aroma from Natures Garden that will make a phenomenal addition to your homemade candle or bath and body line. In fact, one candle maker from Indiana purchased this fruity scent for their soy candles and loved it!  Here is what they had to say, “I’ve always had a cucumber melon fragrance as an option for my customers. I ran out of my previous oil so I thought I’d try something just a tad different. So glad I did. This fragrance really is the perfect blend of crisp cucumbers and sweet melon. It’s actually the best cucumber melon fragrance I’ve ever tried. Great hot and cold throw in golden wax 464”

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Cantaloupe Fragrance Oil Soap

As a result of our CP soap testing, we found no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. Cucumber Cantaloupe Fragrance Oil is a great classic that is both juicy and fruity.  It is so rich and full! We found no discoloration in final soap.  The scent also stayed super strong throughout cure.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Cantaloupe Fragrance Oil Candle

If you’re wanting to color your homemade candle, we suggest using two drops of orange liquid candle dye and a small amount of yellow liquid candle dye. This suggestion is based on four pounds of wax. But you can also shred a small amount of orange and yellow color blocks into your melted wax.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Fragrance OilBest Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Fragrance Oil

Next, Natures Garden has a spa-like fragrance oil. Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Fragrance Oil has top notes of aldehydic fruit notes of grapefruit and lime, with middle notes of guava, fresh cucumber, and passionfruit, and base notes of fern, wasabi, and cilantro. Our customers give this fragrance oil a five star rating.  In fact, one soap maker from Illinois had this to say, “Everyone that smells this scent loves it and wants it right away. Customers can’t get enough of it! It just smells good in everything. Lotion, soap, creams, body sprays…EVERYTHING!”

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Fragrance Oil Soap

 

Are you looking for a fragrance oil with an interesting, strong, and complex scent retention in CP soap? Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Fragrance Oil performed perfectly during our testing. We found no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and no discoloration.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Fragrance Oil Candle

When coloring your homemade candles, our color suggestion for Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Fragrance Oil is based on four pounds of wax. Use three drops of green liquid candle dye or shred a small amount of green color block into your melted wax.

 

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Fragrance Oil Recipe

Natures Garden has an amazing recipe that will leave your hair detangled and silky soft. Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Hair Conditioner Recipe makes two 8oz bottles. You can find all the ingredients you’ll need at Natures Garden.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oil NG Cucumber Melon Type Fragrance OilBest Cucumber Fragrance Oils NG Cucumber Melon Type Fragrance Oil

Natures Garden has two fragrance oils similar in name. Each fragrance oil has a different aroma to them. NG Cucumber Melon Type Fragrance Oil compares to the famous brand. NG Cucumber Melon Type Fragrance Oil performs great in wow wax, soy wax, and joy wax. In addition, soap makers love it as well. In fact, one melt and pour soap maker from Utah said this, “AWESOME scent!!! Fantastic. Wonderful in MP soap. Beautiful scent. My customers absolutely love it. Best Cucumber Melon I have ever used. Thanks NG for yet another fantastic job.”

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils NG Cucumber Melon Type Fragrance Oil Soap

 

As a result of our cold process soap testing, NG Cucumber Melon Type Fragrance Oil has a very strong scent after cure. In addition, our testing found no separation, no ricing, and no acceleration. Finally, we found no discoloration.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils NG Cucumber Melon Type Fragrance Oil Candle

 

If you are looking to color your homemade candle, we suggest using one drop of green liquid candle per four pounds of melted wax. Or you can shred a small amount of green color block into your melted wax.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Fragrance OilBest Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Fragrance Oil

Now, Natures Garden has a fragrance oil with an aroma of sweet and sour cucumber and a deep green oily note with hints of violet. Cucumber Fragrance Oil has a wonderful aroma in cp soap and your homemade candles! In addition to using the fragrance oil alone, many customers use this cucumber scent in their custom mixes. What fragrance oils have you mixed with this straight cucumber scent?

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This fragrance oil stays nice and strong in CP soap. Also, there was no acceleration, no ricing, no separation, also it does not discolor. A perfect fragrance oil for CP soap!

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Fragrance Oil Candle

 

When coloring your homemade candles, we suggest shredding a small amount of a green color block into your melted candle wax. Alternatively, you can use one drop of green liquid candle dye. No matter which coloring method you chose, our recommendations are based on four pounds of candle wax.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Aloe Vera and Cucumber Fragrance OilBest Cucumber Fragrance Oils Aloe Vera and Cucumber Fragrance Oil

Another scent with a scent of crisp, cool cucumbers, refreshing green aloe and a touch of fresh citrus blended together to create a scent as light as a summer breeze. Aloe Vera and Cucumber Fragrance Oil does great in homemade candles and bath and body products. This cucumber fragrance oil is extremely popular among soap makers. One cold process soap maker from North Carolina stated, “This fragrance is excellent! It smells great, so fresh and clean and I can pick up on the obvious scents of both the cucumber and aloe. It behaved perfectly in CP too! I was able to do a beautiful column pour. A keeper.”

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Aloe Vera and Cucumber Fragrance Oil Soap

 

While testing Aloe Vera and Cucumber Fragrance Oil in CP soap, Natures Garden found no separation, no ricing, and no acceleration. In addition, it did not discolor and had a strong fresh aroma.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Aloe Vera and Cucumber Fragrance Oil Candle

 

If you decide to color your homemade candles, we suggest shredding a small amount of a green color block into your melted candle wax. Alternatively, you can use three drops of green liquid candle dye. Our suggestions are based on four pounds of candle wax.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance OIls Aloe Vera and Cucumber Fragrance Oil Recipe

 

Natures Garden has a wonderful hair care recipe that will leave your hair silky smooth and tangle free. Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Recipe is a wonderful conditioner perfect for all hair types. This is my personal favorite of all of Natures Garden’s recipes.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Mint Fragrance OilBest Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Mint Fragrance Oil

Next, Natures Garden has a wonderful and complex fragrance oil that will blow you away! Cucumber Mint Fragrance Oil is a blend of fresh cucumber and freshly-cut mint leaves, complimented with floral blossoms.  Natures Garden’s cucumber mint fragrance begins with top notes of ripe banana, garden-fresh cucumber, and juicy clementine; followed by middle notes of cyclamen blossoms, African violets, and Madonna lily;  sitting on base notes of palm fronds, cool peppermint, and spearmint leaves.

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Mint Fragrance Oil Soap

 

Cucumber Mint Fragrance Oil maintains a strong scent in cold process soap after cure. In addition, during testing, we found no ricing, no discoloration, and no acceleration. It did separate after it was poured but it reabsorbed.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Mint Fragrance Oil Candle

 

When you color your homemade candles, our color suggestion is to use two drops of liquid candle dye in a  four pound batch. Another option is to shred a small amount of a green color block in your melted wax.

 

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Splash Fragrance OilBest Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Splash Fragrance Oil

Next, Natures Garden has a refreshing, spa like fragrance oil called Cucumber Splash Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil is complex that smells amazing. Some of the notes include aloe, cucumber, bergamot, and grapefruit; followed by middle notes of jasmine, freesia, melons, and paperwhites. Well-rounded with base notes of fern, teakwood, oakmoss, and sandalwood.

This is my personal favorite cucumber scent for candles.  I am not alone though, one candle maker from Tennessee had this to say, “I was looking for a cucumber like scent to add to my candle line but didn’t want just the traditional cucumber melon, so I decided to give this one a try and OMG I am so glad that I did. It is so clean and fresh, I can definitely pick up on the cucumber notes but all the other notes in this fragrance just blends together perfectly! Also everyone that I have given this to as a sample to try has loved it, I even got a request to make this in a big 16 oz candle jar they loved the scent that much. This is definitely a keeper for me.”

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Splash Fragrance Oil Soap

 

While testing Cucumber Splash Fragrance Oil in CP soap, we found it has a very strong scent retention. Also, we found no discoloration, no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Splash Fragrance Oil Candle

 

Are you a candle or wax melt maker trying to decide how to color your wax? We suggest coloring your homemade candles with one drop of green liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Also, you can shred a small amount of green color block into your melted wax.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Cucumber Splash Fragrance Oil Recipe

 

Cucumber Cream Recipe is an amazing homemade cucumber lotion recipe that has become a favorite among many of the Natures Garden staff.  It is light and fluffy hand cream recipe with the perfect amount of moisturizing power!  In addition, it is scented with our Cucumber Splash Fragrance Oil, making it a must have in your product line.

 

Best Cucumber Fragrance Oils Dill Pickle Fragrance OilBest Cucumber Fragrance Oils Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil

Just when you think you have smelled every fragrance oil on earth, Natures Garden presents our Dill Pickle Fragrance!  A truly creative scent that will get your customers talking!  This fragrance brings back precious memories of pregnancy for some reason. A Best Seller!  An NG Original!

Top Notes:  lemon
Mid Notes:  parsley, cucumber, dill pickle
Base Notes:  dill pickle

Are you trying to decide how to color your homemade candles? Do you need a suggestion? Use 4 drops of green liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a green color block into your melted wax. Never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

 

Next, if you are a cold process soaper, I’m sure you are wondering how this fragrance oil will perform in cp soap.  Well, your wait is over!  This unique pickle scent showed a perfect pour. It had no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, no discoloration. Finally, it also maintained a good scent retention.

 

What have you made with Natures Garden’s cucumber scents?  Which one is your favorite?  We would love your feedback, it is always appreciated. Show off pictures of your finished products on our Facebook page.  Also, you can tag us on Instagram or Twitter @ngscents.

Oct
06

Witching Hour Fragrance


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Witching Hour FragranceWitching Hour Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

The “witching hour” commonly refers to the time of night when witches and other supernatural beings are believed to be at their most powerful. In medieval times, it was believed that any woman out after midnight without a ‘legitimate reason’ to be out could have been suspected of witchcraft. In more modern times, the witching hour refers to the last hour of stock trading between 3pm and 4pm which sees a high amount of activity. Not as exciting as magic and ghosts and ghouls. Witching Hour Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden is perfect for your fall bath and body recipes

What Does Witching Hour Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

A fun Halloween fragrance composed of spicy, magical notes:  this accord begins with freshly ground cinnamon bark, and complemented with herbal notes of bergamot, cannabis flower, jasmine, and rose;  and sits on earthy base notes of sheer musk, black tea, and patchouli.

How Do Our Customers Use Witching Hour Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Candles! This spooky scent performs perfectly in Joy wax and WOW wax and is nice and strong in soy wax. It is not gel wax compatible. The maximum recommended usage percentage for this fun fall fragrance in vegetable waxes and paraffin wax is 10%. Our coloring suggestions for candles are to use 6 drops of purple liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of purple color block into your melted wax. Never color your candles with crayons; it will clog the wick.

Room scents! This complex accord comes across nice and strong in aroma beads and its maximum recommended usage percentage in incense and potpourri is 50%. (Try a reed sticks for easy room scenting!)

How Do Our Customers Use Witching Hour Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Soaps! The maximum recommended usage percentage for this Halloween aroma in bath oils, bath gels, and soap is 1%. Our cold process soap testing found that this fragrance performed perfectly in CP soap. It showed no acceleration, no ricing, no separation, no discoloration, and good scent retention. Our coloring suggestions for bath and body products are to use purple soap colorant in the amount that satisfies you. Never color your bath and body products with candle dye or they will end up coloring you! Now is the time where I’d normally recommend using natural soap colorant but, unfortunately, natural purple soap colorants are hard to find. You could try using activated charcoal powder to dye your soap black (or gray depending on how much you use). Activated charcoal is also a detoxifying agent and a natural odor absorber!

Body products (outside of the bath)! This magical scent performs perfectly in perfumes and its maximum recommended usage percentage in lotions and body sprays is 0.5%.

Cleaning products! The maximum recommended usage percentage for this fall fragrance in cleaning products is 1%.

Check out our Unscented Bases for an easy way to create the array of products listed above using this special scent- just be sure to not to exceed maximum recommended usage percentages!

May
26

Gin Martini Fragrance Oil


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Gin Martini Fragrance OilGin Martini Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Gin Martini Fragrance Oil is a Natures Garden scent that is clean and bubbly. This beverage scent is not only a great male scent, but great for those who like to drink this scent as well. A homemade gift scented with an alcoholic scent could be the perfect gift for a twenty-first birthday, the ultimate scent for the next raging party, or a perfect addition to men’s soap. As you may or may not know, Martinis are one of the most popular drinks ordered in bars and restaurants today. This popular alcoholic beverage can be ordered in a variety of ways that can result in a fairly personalized beverage.

What Does Gin Martini Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Shaken or stirred, Natures Garden Gin Martini Fragrance Oil smells absolutely delicious!  This unique fragrance begins with aldehydic bubbly top notes of club soda with warm citrus enhancements; followed by middle notes of fresh rosemary, balsam fir needles, and crushed ginger; all embraced by a bottom note of crisp cedar.

How Do Our Customers Use Gin Martini Fragrance Oil?

This bubbly fragrance oil can be used to make a variety of bath and body products. Any of our homemade soap makers can include the Gin Martini fragrance oil in their cold process recipes or melt-and-pour recipes at a maximum of 5%. Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results revealed that this fragrance oil results in a perfect pour! Further, the soap batch should have no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. Also, the bar has been found to display no discoloration and has a vanillin content of 0%. Moreover, bath and body makers can use up to 5% of this fragrance in lotions, bath oils and bath gels and they will perform well. We suggest using green soap dye in your desired amount to color your bath and body creations. However, you shouldn’t substitute soap dye for candle dye in any bath and body products.

This scent can be incorporated into various room scent creations. Homemade candle makers can include this fragrance in vegetable waxes and paraffin wax at a maximum of 10% of the total. The fragrance will perform perfectly in Joy Wax and soy waxes. Also, soy wax that uses this scent is nice and strong. We suggest the use of one drop of green candle dye per four pounds of wax or to use a desired amount of shredded green color block into the melted wax. Remember to never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick. Additionally, room scenters can use this fragrance too. Aroma beads are nice and strong with this fragrance. Potpourri and incense can be created using up to 50% of this fragrance in the overall products. However, this fragrance oil is not gel wax compatible.

Body scents and homemade cleaners can be created using this beverage fragrance oil. Perfumes will perform perfectly with our Gin Martini Fragrance Oil. Lotions and perfumes can use up to 5% of this fragrance oil in their recipe. Also, effective homemade cleaners can be formulated using a 5% maximum of this fragrance oil.

May
25

German Chocolate Cake Fragrance Oil


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German Chocolate Cake Fragrance OilGerman Chocolate Cake Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight 

There isn’t much better than a thick, moist German Chocolate Cake, so we at Nature’s Garden thought It’d be great to share a recipe for a yummy German chocolate cake.  Make this cake and compare it to our German Chocolate Cake Fragrance Oil.  You will not be disappointed!

The cake portion requires the following ingredients to make; Cooking spray, 4 oz of sweet baking chocolate, 1/2 cup of water, 2 1/4 cups of all-purpose flour or 2 1/2 cups of cake flour, 1 teaspoon of baking soda, 1 teaspoon of salt, 2 cups of granulated sugar, 1 cup of butter, 4 large and separated eggs,  1 teaspoon of vanilla, and 1 cup of buttermilk.

The coconut-pecan filling and topping will require 3 egg yolks, 1 cup of granulated sugar or packed brown sugar, 1/2 cup of butter, 1 cup of evaporated milk, 1 teaspoon of vanilla, 1 1/3 cups of flaked coconut, and 1 cup of chopped pecans.

First, you’ll need to prepare the oven and cooking pans. Heat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and spray three 8-inch or two 9-inch round cake pans with cooking spray. Then, cut waxed paper or cooking parchment paper to line the bottom of your sprayed pans.

Second, coarsely chop the chocolate, heat  the water and chocolate, and stir the combination frequently while it’s heating until the chocolate is entirely melted. Let cool.

Third, stir the flour, baking soda and salt until mixed in a medium sized bowl and set aside. Also, beat 2 cups sugar and 1 cup butter in a different medium bowl with an electric mixer on medium speed until light and fluffy and set aside.

Fourth, use medium speed to beat 1 egg yolk at a time into the sugar and butter combination until thoroughly mixed. Then, use low speed to beat in the melted chocolate and vanilla. Using the same speed, beat in 1/2 of the flour mixture just until smooth, then beat in 1/2 of the buttermilk just until smooth. Repeat the last step one more time until smooth.

Fifth, use a small bowl to beat the eggs whites on high speed until beaten eggs whites form stiff peaks and fold in the egg whites using a spatula.

Sixth, pour batter into the pans and bake. The 8-inch pans should be in for 35 to 40 minutes and 9-inch pans for 30 to 35 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.

Seventh, cook the egg yolks, 1 cup sugar, 1/2 cup butter, the evaporated milk and 1 teaspoon vanilla in a saucepan for 12 minutes, stirring frequently, until thick and bubbly. Stir in the coconut and pecans. Cool for 30 minutes, while occasionally beating until spreadable.

Finally, spread 1/3 of the filling on the first cake, followed by the second cake and another 1/3 of the filling. Last, add the last cake and spread the rest of the filling on top!

What Does German Chocolate Cake Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of fresh baked chocolate cake with notes of pecans, butter, vanilla, and coconut.

How Do Our Customers Use German Chocolate Cake Fragrance Oil?

Our customers can use German Chocolate Cake Fragrance Oil in a wide variety of room scenting products. Our homemade candle crafters can use up to 10% of this cake scent in candles made with vegetable waxes and paraffin wax. Joy Wax and WOW Wax are known to perform perfectly with this fragrance. Also, soy wax is nice and strong for this scent. Additionally, this bakery fragrance is nice and strong in aroma beads. Moreover, potpourri and incense can use up to 50% of this scent for room scenting.

However, German Chocolate Cake Fragrance Oil is not safe for body use. Since this fragrance is not body safe, soaps, bath oils, bath gels, lotions perfumes, and cleaning products can not be created using this fragrance oil.

Feb
01

Extremely Sexy for Women Fragrance


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Extremely Sexy For Women Fragrance OilExtremely Sexy for Women Fragrance Oil– Fragrance Spotlight

Extremely Sexy for Women Fragrance Oil is a gorgeous fragrance duplicate of a sexy designer perfume that is hard to beat. This amorous aroma is so tempting that it is just incredibly impossible to resist. Between the sweet, seductive top notes and sensual base notes, this scent is hard to beat. So why not make yourself and your products absolutely irresistible this sexy Nature’s Garden fragrance!

What Does Extremely Sexy for Women Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This is a very vibrant fragrance oil by Natures Garden! With notes of cactus flower and clementine, blackberry, and vanilla orchid. Base notes of white amber and pimento. Makes any woman feel very sexy!  Compare NG’s Extremely Sexy for Women Fragrance Oil to Very Sexy for Women perfume.

Top Notes: mandarin, tangerine, blackberry, clementine
Mid Notes:  jasmine, honeysuckle, lily, violet, cactus flower, vanilla orchid
Base Notes:  blonde woods, musk, white amber, pimento

How Do Our Customers Use Extremely Sexy for Women Fragrance Oil?

Homemade room scents and hand crafted candles can be created using this sensual scent. Room scents can use up to 50% of this exotic fragrance in products like reed diffusers, incense, and potpourri. Further, aroma beads will be nice and strong for this scent. Candle crafters can use up to 10% of this scent in products containing vegetable waxes and paraffin wax. The fragrance will perform perfectly in joy wax, wow wax, and soy wax. In soy wax the scent will be is nice and strong. Also, Extremely Sexy for Women Fragrance Oil is compatible with gel wax, but it is still the customers responsibility to test each purchase. We suggest adding no color when using this  fragrance oil , but you can use any liquid candle dyes or color blocks. Just pick the most tempting tint and go wild!

Amorous bath and body products can be created with this feminine fragrance oil. Handmade soap makers can utilize this scent in their cp soap or melt and pour soap recipes at a maximum recommendation of 5%. Our cold process soap testing results show that this soap will have no ricing and no separation, but there is a slight acceleration. Although this mild acceleration will occur, the soaps can still look nice as long as you work fast. Also, a bar using this scent won’t have any discoloration and will retain a good scent. We suggest not coloring soaps that contain this fragrance oil. However, you can still use any hue of our various soap colorants if you desire to do so. Additionally, bath gels and bath oils will perform well as long as the fragrance is not more than the recommended 5%.

A wide variety of products can be created with this sexy scent, including lotions, perfumes, and even cleaning products. In fact, we at Natures Garden have come up a sexy body spray recipe specifically for this gorgeous scent! If you create a perfume with this scent, then it will perform perfectly when 5% or less of this fragrance is included. We also recommend a maximum of 5% in lotions and cleaning products.

Jan
22

Class and Sass Fragrance


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Class and Sass FragranceClass and Sass Fragrance Oil– Spotlight Fragrance

This fragrance is an iconic scent and a long time duplicate of an elegant, well-loved fragrance. Even though the name has recently changed, the scent we carry has remained exactly the same. Class and Sass Fragrance Oil may have a brand new name, but this scent is virtually timeless. Not only has this fragrance persisted for decades, but it is similar to scent that was a favorite of Marilyn Monroe.  Why not try this sophisticated scent and smell for yourself?

What Does Class and Sass Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

A truly classy, feminine, timeless scent that is sassy at the same time.  A gorgeous array of fresh floral ylang ylang, rose petals, and French jasmine. Lovely notes of vetiver and sandalwood, provides a woodsy bottom.

Top Notes:  bergamot, fresh air
Mid Notes:  rose, violet, lily, jasmine, ylang-ylang
Base Notes:  musk, vanilla bean, sandalwood, vetiver

How Do Our Customers Use Class and Sass Fragrance Oil?

Many of our customers use this fragrance to make perfumes, natural cleaners, and lotions. We recommend using a maximum of 5% in these your handmade products. Also, this fragrance will perform perfectly in a perfume.

Homemade bath products, and body products can be crafted using this feminine fragrance and will perform well. Homemade cp soap, melt and pour soap, bath oils and bath gels should be made in accordance with the maximum usage rate of 5% for this fragrance. Soapers should be glad to know that our cold process soap testing results found this this scent to be a perfect pour! Not only that, but there is no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. The bar will discolor to a light tan, but has a strong scent retention.  If you wish to acquire a lighter bar, then vanilla white stabilizer may be the solution. The vanillin content is 1% and has the potential to discolor soap. However, there are more than 40 ingredients used in fragrance manufacturing that may contribute to discoloration of products. Even though we recommend you to not use any coloring this fragrance, you can add either color blocks or liquid candle dye if you so choose.

Hand made candles and room scents can be created using this classic fragrance oil. Room scenters can use up to 50% of this fragrance in potpourri and incense. Also, this scent will perform nice and strong in aroma beads. Candle makers can use a maximum of 10% in vegetable waxes or paraffin wax. Our Class and Sass Fragrance Oil performs perfectly in joy wax and wow wax. Further,this scent is nice and strong in soy wax. Although we recommend not to not use color for this scent, feel free to color your products. If you wish to add color, you can use any desired soap colorant.

Our customers use this feminine scent for a variety of products and crafts. No matter how complex or simple the project, you almost always have room to add a great scent. Although this is how most of our customers use this Nature’s Garden scent, feel free to make anything and let your imagination roam!

 

Oct
27

Fall Fragrances For Candlemaking


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Fall-FragrancesFall Fragrances for Candlemaking

It’s Autumn– time to decorate your home in warm, earthy tones, but no home is completely decorated without the soft glow of candlelight and a house-warming scent. (Save the unscented candles for your jack-o-lanterns outside and be sure to brush up on your candle safety!) We’ve got lots of fun festive fall fragrances at Nature’s Garden, but some were created specifically with creating scented candles in mind– these oils are not body safe. They still smell amazing- we just don’t recommend using them in any bath and/or body products. Here are three exceptional autumn aromas you can use to make delightful decorative candles, classic candle wax tarts, or relaxing, robust room scents!

Harvest Type Fragrance Harvest Type Fragrance Oil

A spicy blend of cinnamon bark and clove bud on a dry down of musk. A simple yet sophisticated seasonal scent. Maximum recommended usage in vegetable and paraffin waxes: 10%. Not gel wax compatible. Our coloring suggestions are 4 drops orange plus 1 drop brown liquid candle dye or shred a small amount of orange and brown color block per 4 pounds of wax. Maximum recommended usage in room scenting applications is 50%.

Mulled Cider FragranceMulled Cider Fragrance Oil

Strong base notes of ripened apples and oakmoss with a complex blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, orange zests, lemon peel, and a touch of tart lychee berries and coumarin. Maximum usage in vegetable and paraffin waxes: 10%. Not gel wax compatible. Our coloring suggestions are to use 6 drops red plus 2 drops brown liquid candle dye or shred a small amount of red and brown color block per 4 pounds of wax. Maximum usage in room scents: 50%.

Pumpkin Pie Spice FragrancePumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil

The aroma of sweet cream pumpkin, complimented with nuances of nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, and ginger; rounded out with buttery vanilla notes. Maximum usage percentage in vegetable and paraffin waxes: 10%. Not gel wax compatible. Coloring suggestions: 4 drops orange liquid candle dye or shred a small amount of orange color block per 4 pounds of wax. Maximum usage percentage in room scenting applications: 19.7%.

We’ve got some cute fall-themed molds that you could use to make candle potpourri tarts: pumpkins (of course), small leaves, oak leaves and acorns, and for Halloween: the BOO mold!

For room scenting applications: try aroma beads or a reed stick diffuser kit.

You could also try dipping colorful fall leaves in scented wax to preserve them and use as decoration– just be sure to set them in a glass or metal dish because fragrance oil may have an adverse reaction with the surfaces of your furniture.

If you’re absolutely aching to make pumpkin-pie-spice-scented bath and body products, try our Pumpkin Pie Spice Blend Powder— it’s safe for use in bath and body products. I even used it as an ingredient in my first ever sugar scrub; I can attest to its amazing aroma. Need that vanilla kick? Try adding some Vanilla Powder or Natural Vanilla Infusion. (I used the vanilla oil in my sugar scrub recipe- smells great!) Now what about the pumpkin part? Try adding pumpkin puree! (Everything mentioned in this paragraph is body safe- but don’t put any of it in your candles!)

For body safe scents similar to Mulled Cider- check out our Apple Aromas.