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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.

 

 

 

Oct
12

Pine Forest Fragrance Oil


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Pine Forest Fragrance OilPine Forest Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Pine Forest Fragrance Oil is an evergreen tree scent by Natures Garden. This aroma smells as though you’re on a walk in a forest of gorgeous fir, pine, and balsam trees. This pine scent would be a perfect aroma for Christmas products, adding a woodsy feel to your home through the use of candles, or any other room scenting product that is sure to bring a cozy aroma to your home. We hope that you enjoy this delightful scent in all sorts of room scenting products!

What Does Pine Forest Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a pleasant blend of fir and balsam.

How Do Our Customers Use Pine Forest Fragrance Oil in Air Freshening Recipes?

Natures Garden customers can use this pine tree blend fragrance oil in a variety of room scenting recipes. Bring the outdoors in by creating homemade potpourri. Alternatively, you and your customers may enjoy incense sticks or cones. Both potpourri and incense recipes can use a maximum of 50% Pine Forest Fragrance Oil. Also, aroma beads can use this fragrance oil and will even retain a nice and strong scent.  Another option would be making an air freshening spray.  I would suggest trying it with our Odor Eliminator Base.  This unscented base has become very popular among our customers for homemade room sprays.  Lastly, create smelly jelly jars for your customer. I personally love these little air freshener jars in my bathrooms.  At Christmas time I happen to use and adore this aroma in them.

How Do Our Customers Use Pine Forest Fragrance Oil in Candle Recipes?

Furthermore, candles, wax tarts, and other wax creations can be made with this pine fragrance oil. Joy Wax and WOW Wax will both perform perfectly for this aroma. Also, 100% soy wax candles have retained a nice and strong aroma. The same can be said about both our Golden Brands 444 and 464. Additionally, both palm container wax and palm pillar wax have shown a strong scent throw. If you want to color wax products that use this pine scent and want to know how we would do it, then you should use either six drops of green liquid candle dye along with two drops of black candle dye. Alternatively, use a small amount of shredded black and green color blocks. However, avoid using crayons as a substitute as they will clog your candle’s wick.

How Do Our Customers Use Pine Forest Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Pine Forest Fragrance Oil in cannot be used in your bath and body products. It is not body safe.  This means that bath gels, bath oils, bath bombs, scrubs, perfumes, lotions, melt and pour soap, cold process soap, and any other related bath and body product can not be made with any amount of this fragrance oil. Further, homemade cleaning products can not be scented with our pine forest fragrance. While these products aren’t made for the skin, they do have a lot of skin contact.

We hope that you enjoy this pine tree fragrance oil in all of your room scenting products! This aroma will bring the fresh outdoors scent straight to your home scenting products.

Oct
10

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!