Earl Grey Tea Candles Recipe

Container Candle Wax - Kerasoy 4130

Microcrystalline Wax - Microcrystalline

Fragrance Oil - Afternoon Tea

Pink salmon candle dye

Wooden Candle Wick

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These candles look like a cup of tea, smell like a cup of tea and are as easy as a cup of tea! You can reuse your old teacups to make these fun decorative candles or even give them as gifts.

Ingredients

500 Container Wax – Kerasoy 4130
5 gr Microcrystalline wax
0.5 g Bekro Candle Paint
50 ml Fragrance Oil
Wooden Candle Wick

Instructions

  • Melt the wax in a bowl in the microwave or double boiler.
  • Place your wick in the center of your teacups.
  • Once the mixture reaches a temperature of 78-80°C, remove the pot from the heat and add the fragrance oil. Stir for about 2 minutes.
  • When your mixture has reached a temperature of about 70-75°C, pour the mixture into your molds without touching the wick.
  • Let cool at room temperature for several hours.

Microcrystalline wax is an excellent choice for making candles in jars and bowls because of its unique properties and advantages. When making jar candles, microcrystalline wax is usually mixed with kerosene, palm and soy wax to improve candle performance. It offers flexibility, allowing the candle to keep its shape even when exposed to different temperatures. It has a high ability to hold scents, making it an excellent choice for scented candles. Microcrystalline wax exhibits excellent stability both during the candle-making process and during candle use.

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