Hello, everyone! I doubt I'm the only one annoyed when I burn a candle wick all the way down and am still left with some perfectly good candle wax. This post will show you how I salvaged leftover wax and turned it into pretty little wax melts for tart burners (or to store for future candle making!). The first step is to get your wax out of whatever container it's in. Then melt it down using a double boiler. Fish out any wick remnants using a toothpick. Pour the melted wax into litt…
An easy solution to use those left over pieces from old candles! Melt them and combine them together to make new wax candles you can use. Great upcycle for the winter and holiday season: http://www.ehow.com/how_7709554_melt-candles-make-new-candles.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
I’ll show you the easiest way I know for removing candle wax so you can reuse the jar. Besides your candle, you’ll need a chopstick and some hot water. I’ve seen folks suggest a method using a freezer and a knife, and I’m here to tell you there’s a safer, easier way!
I had a couple of 3-wick candles which basically just had the edges left. I couldn’t bring myself to throw them away, because, when you get right down to it, those edges still have quite a bit of usable wax. Over the past few years, I’ve collected a couple of etched drinking glasses and small Read More >>