- IGI 1260 Straight Paraffin Wax
- Mold Release Powder
- Silicone Mold Release Spray
- Soybean Oil
- Vybar 103
- Christmas Green Diamond Dye Chips
- Mistletoe Fragrance Oil
- 6" Country Candle Lamp with Silicone Bulb Light
- Pine Tree Cookie Cutter
- Any round mold that is at least 5" in diameter and should be about 4-5" in height. We used the 5" x 5.5 seamless aluminum mold. You could also use molds with seams for this project as they will be covered with whipped wax.
- A digital scale to weigh both your wax and your fragrance oil.
- A thermometer take the temperature of the wax as it is heating.
- Presto Pot or Double Boiler Maker to Melt the wax (A Presto Pot is strongly recommended for this wax due to it's high melt point).
- Pouring Pot
- Exacto Knife
- Wire Whisk
- Butter Knife
- Mold Plugs & Mold Sealer Putty
Prepare your work surface covering anything you do not want wax on! This can get messy!
- Try adding a little glitter or mica to the finished project for added sparkle!
- Tie some homespun fabric around the candle for an added primitive touch!
- Get creative with cookie cutter shapes, colors and fragrances. Try a gingerbread man cut out with some spices sprinkled on the whipped wax! How about making the shell a pastel blue, and using white whipped wax, glitter, and a snowflake cut out and scenting it Frost Bite or Jack Frost?
- Electric Grubby Candles look great packaged in a clear cello bag tied with ribbon, raffia, twine or yarn!
- These make cute night lights!
Have a safe and happy 4th of July!