Eggnog Candles

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These adorable eggnog candles are perfect for the holidays!

You Will Need:
Container Wax
Pre-tabbed Wicks
-Holiday/Eggnog Glasses (We found ours at the thrift store!)
Grandma’s Swingin’ Eggnog Fragrance Oil
Golden Honey/Vanilla Liquid Dye or Ivory or Maize Dye Chips
Wick Holder Bars or Skewers (optional)
Wick Stickers or Hot Glue
Pouring Pitcher
Scale (recommended)
Brown Oxide or Ground Cinnamon/Nutmeg (optional)
Wick Trimmers or Scissors

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Step 1:
Melt your wax using the double boiler method. While the wax is melting, wick your containers and secure at the top with a wick holder bar or skewer.

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Step 2:
Once the wax is fully melted, add your fragrance oil and dye and mix thoroughly.

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Step 3:
Carefully pour the wax into your containers almost to the top and allow them to cool completely.

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Step 4:
Once the candles are cool, trim the wicks to approximately ¼”.

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Step 5 (Optional):
Lightly dust the tops of the candles with Brown Oxide or regular ground cinnamon or nutmeg for an extra realistic appearance. Enjoy!


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