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Lovely Layered DIY Scented Candles

Lovely Layered DIY Scented Candles
Lovely Layered DIY Scented Candles
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It can be a dilemma at the store when you like multiple candle scents, but you don’t want to purchase more than one candle. That’s where these Lovely Layered DIY Scented Candles come in. This tutorial will show you how to make a candle that includes all your favorite scents. Not only does the multi-layered candle look beautiful, but each layer is a different holiday scent, too. It only takes five simple steps to make this DIY candle, so it’s a great idea for a homemade Christmas gift. Make sure to let each layer cool at room temperature when making this DIY craft.

Time to CompleteWeekend project

MaterialsCandle Wax

Primary TechniqueCandlemaking/Soapmaking

Easy

SeasonWinter

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

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I love the layered idea for making holiday scented candles! Such a cool idea! I've always liked just one scent in each of my candles, but I might have to combine scents now with combinations that could go together but usually don't. Like maybe gingerbread and apple cinnamon for Christmas scents? This really sounds like fun!

Wow, Marilyn, I wish I had been on your son's gift list for one of his amazing candles. I can say the candle-making section of the craft store is one row I have not been in, but that's going to change. I love the idea of choosing my own colors and fragrances, and having multiple fragrances in one jar. What kind of jars should I buy?

My son made 60 similar method layered candles with peppermint, pine, winter, and spice fragrances using soy wax. Soy, palm oil and beeswax are better for breathing and don't leave soot! The bottom or first layer he made was scent free because that portion is a base and doesn't burn to the end for safety reasons! He made one for everyone in the family, even with a little holly leaf on top! Big hit!

These are sooooo cool! Candle making has been at the top of my to-do craft list for a while. I'm always inspired by layered candles I see on Etsy, so I can't wait to make my own.

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