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 French Market Wax Melts Recipe download-recipe

French Market Wax Melts Recipe

Ingredients Found At Natures Garden:

Directions:

Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Mixing Spoon
Scale
Pot (for double boiler)
Knife
 
 
Step 1:  First, prepare the rose embeds.  In a pouring pot, weigh out 132 grams of the Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax and add a small amount of a pink color block to achieve a medium/dark pink color.  We used about one gram of the colorant.  Melt the wax to 195F using a double boiler.
 
Step 2:  Allow the temperature to drop to 180F.  Add 13 grams of the French Market Fragrance Oil and stir.
 
Step 3:  Let the temperature of the wax drop to 175F.  Pour the wax into the silicone rose mold.  Then, divide the remaining wax between the 12 cavities of the silicone mini muffin mold.  Allow the wax to set up completely before moving on.  
 
Step 4:  Remove the roses from the mold and set them side.  You will need them in a later step.

Step 5:  Now, weigh out and melt 60 grams of the Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax to 195F.  Also, add a very small amount of a pink color block to achieve a light pink color.  This layer should be slightly lighter than the previous layer.  You will use less than 1 gram.  As the wax is melting, stir occasionally.  Once melted stir to fully blend the candle colorant.
 
Step 6:  Again, wait for the temperature to drop to 180F.  At this time, add 6 grams of the French Market Fragrance Oil.  Stir.  At 170F pour the wax into the mini muffin mold dividing it equally between the 12 cavities of the mold.  Allow the wax to set up before moving on.
 
Step 7:  Prepare the final layer.  Weigh out and melt 60 grams of the Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax to 180F.  Once melted, add 6 grams of the French Market Fragrance Oil.  Stir.
  
Step 8:  Pour the wax into the silicone muffin mold when the temperature is at about 170F.  This final layer should be about 1/4” below the top of each cavity.  This time, allow the wax to set up most of the way.  However, while the wax is still warm, slightly press a rose into the white wax.  Do this for each cavity of the mold.  Allow the wax to finish setting up before removing the melts from the mold.
 
Allow your wax tarts to cure before using them!
 
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