Handmade Candles: Two Ways
Beginner | 33 min 42 sec
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Natural body-care expert Arina of BellaCreme shines a little light on candle making. While demonstrating the ease of melting down soy wax and adding gorgeous aromatics, Arina shows you her two preferred ways to make candles. In this class you will make a decorative pillar candle in a silicone mold dappled with fresh flowers, a colorful layered votive dyed with natural colorants, and tiny tea lights. From setting up the wick to creating scent blends, these candles are simple to customize and are sure to bring a bit of light to your life.
 
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Bain marie or double boiler
  • Spatula
  • Stainless steel mesh strainer
  • Kitchen scale
  • Bowl
  • Soy wax
  • Hemp wick
  • Candle wick tabs
  • Wick holder or dowel / fork
  • Wax adhesive candle putty
  • Silicone candle molds - Arina uses 2.5", 2", and 1.5" pillar molds
  • Pokey tool, like a chop stick
  • 4-ounce transparent heat-resistant jar
  • Butter knife (optional)
  • For 2.5" x 2.5" pillar candle you'll need 6 ounces soy wax and a few fresh flower petals
  • For 4-ounce votive candle and three tea lights you'll need 6 ounces soy wax in three 2 oz. portions, 1 tsp annatto seed, 1 oz lavender essential oil in two 0.5 oz portions, 1 tsp alkanet root, 0.5 oz geranium essential oil
Downloads:
Learn how to:
  • Make soy candles three ways
  • Add fresh flowers to a pillar candle
  • Layer wax dyed with natural colorants
  • Add essential oils for a custom scent

What you'll get:
  • Video lessons on how to make decorative candles
  • 5 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supplies list
  • Step-by-step expert instruction from body-care expert Arina from BellaCreme
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions, and interact with other students
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Class Reviews
69 users recommended this class to a friend
Jocelyn Weinberger
Very helpful
February 1
Laura Dean
I loved the class. Arina did an absolute beautiful job and I can tell this is a passion for her which made watching her class even more enjoyable. Thank You Arina for a wonderful class!
January 29
Tammie Terry
I plan on teaching candle making at our library for our patrons!
January 10, 2023