Gallery: DIY Gift Idea: How to Make Vintage Teacup Candles

 
Once the wax has all melted to a liquid state, remove the double-boiler from the heat and allow to cool for a couple of minutes. Add your candle dye (if desired) and if you’re going to add scent to it, use your thermometer to gauge the temperature, and once it reaches 180 degrees, add the scented oil as desired. (Why wait ‘til it gets to this temperature? If the wax is too hot when you add the scent to it, it’ll just disperse instead of absorbing. Patience is a virtue.)

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  1. BeachMom January 25, 2014 at 11:38 am

    I’m hoping to make these as favors for my neice’s wedding shower!

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