Friday, July 13, 2012

How to Make Beeswax Candles — Pure, Eco-Friendly Candles

Making beeswax candles is surprisingly easy, and beneficial for the environment. Beeswax candles burn without releasing smoke and toxins into the air. With a soft, yellow-amber color, and a natural honey scent, they are also a warming accent to any living space.

There are two different ways to make beeswax candles. One involves rolling sheets around a cotton wick, while the other is simply pouring melted wax into glass jars, or other containers. Try out these eco-friendly candles to save money, and to protect the environment from the pollution of paraffin candles and artificial fragrances.

In the article How to Make Beeswax Candles — Pure, Eco-Friendly Candles covers the subjects of supplies, rolling beeswax candles, and making candles in glass jars.  Hopefully this article will inspire you to make your own candles.  Have fun!

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