Ez Parasoy Wax
Candy Corn Fragrance
Pint Mason Jar and Lid
ECO 12 Wick
Yellow and Orange Liquid Dye
Cute Box or Basket
Shredded box filler
Heat wax to 180°-195°. Once wax reaches desired temp, add fragrance (1 oz per lb of wax) and again blend well. I put the wax for the candle in a pour pot and color it by layer. My first pour has no dye. I pour at about 175-180*. Allow the layer to almost totally cool, then re-heat the wax,
add two drops of yellow dye, and at around 170-175 pour the next layer. Repeat the process from the first layer, then re-heat the wax again, this time adding two drops of orange and again, pour between 170-175*.
This wax WILL likely need a slight top off to fill any minor sink holes. Since this wax does pull away from the container, this will need to be done within the first few hours after your last pour or it will pour down between the container and the wax. Just re-heat the remainder of the wax from the last pour and pour just up to the original pour line.
*This wax also works excellent for Clamshell wax melts poured at 150°, no additives needed. I would not recommend it for tarts made in molds though.
Happy Candle Making!