A vintage teacup candle is just delightful! Totally customizable, this makes a great gift for any occasion. http://www.ehow.com/how_4431431_make-tea-cup-candle.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage
amazing leaf wreath - take a strong wire and bend it into a circle. "impale" the leaves in the wire. Fill it as full as you can. Bend the ends of the wire circle into hooks and hook onto each other to close the circle. Also, you can dip each leaf in paraffin wax so that their colors last. Use paraffin, as bees wax and normal 'white' wax put a milky coating over it.
A Faint Honey Scent . . . Golden glow and long burn time are just the beginning of a handmade beeswax candle’s charm. Unlike paraffin candles (which release carcinogens like toluene and benzene into the air) and their soy counterparts (which are often derived from GMOs), beeswax candles actually draw toxins out of the air [&hellip