Synthetic perfumes and toxin-filled waxes are used in most store-bought candles. Lighting these chemical-filled candles might degrade your indoor air quality and harm your respiratory system. On the other hand, making your candles positively affects the room.
Yellow beeswax candles are easy to manufacture, provide warmth to any room, and are made with all-natural materials. These honey vanilla candles, made with pure honey vanilla fragrance oil with a touch of cinnamon bark essential oil, are sure to warm up any space.
Homemade Honey Beeswax Scented Candle
Yellow beeswax pellets, wicks, pure honey vanilla fragrance oil, and cinnamon bark essential oil are all you'll need. The natural smokey scent of beeswax is well complemented by honey, rose, and spiced tea notes. The wooden wicks give the candles a rustic appearance and a soothing crackling sound when they burn.
Honey Vanilla Candle Supplies:
- Yellow Beeswax Pellets - 450 Gm
- Honey Vanilla Fragrance Oil - 25 Drops
- Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil - 25 Drops
- Metal Container
- Large Saucepan
- Glass Candle Jar
- Wooden Wicks
Know About Honey Beeswax Scented Candle Supplies
We are sure you enjoy lighting a candle at home in the evening after a long day at work. It sets the tone, it's so soothing and inviting. Homemade candles contain all-natural ingredients. Read on to know more about them.
- Honey Vanilla Fragrance Oil: Freshly extracted raw honey and vanilla beans combine to create a lovely and appealing perfume in the honey vanilla fragrance oil. Because of its rich and luscious aroma, the combination of Honey and Vanilla is unsurpassed.
- Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil: Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil is extracted from the Cinnamomum zeylanicum tree, which is native to Sri Lanka and has a delightfully spicy and woody aroma. Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil is used in aromatherapy to help people relax, reduce stress, and improve their mood.
- Yellow Beeswax Pellets: Yellow beeswax pellets, in their purest form, are a renewable resource. Candles made of beeswax emit a bright, white light. They also don't leak, and they burn cleanly. There will be a subtle honey scent that is natural and pure.
- Pre Waxed Candle Wick: Wax Coated Candle Wicks may be used to manufacture a number of different types of candles. These cotton candle wicks are pre-waxed and emit very little smoke, making them excellent for indoor use. They're also constructed so that they burn for longer, don't curl, and don't leave cotton ashes behind.
- Glass Candle Jars: Glass candle jars used as candle wax holders bring a touch of fun to your living space. They're simple, recyclable, and pretty to look at. You can even show your creativity by coloring the transparent glass or embellishing it with sequins, ribbons, and heat-resistant paint.
How To Make Honey Beeswax Candles - Step by step
You'll love these candles if you like the sweet scent of honey and the warm scent of vanilla. Pure beeswax smells great on its own, but you can enhance the aroma by adding fragrance oils to it.
Step 1: Place The Wax
In a metal pitcher, put in the yellow beeswax pellets. It is quite difficult to remove wax out of dishes, thus, having a pitcher, particularly for candle manufacturing, is strongly recommended.
Step 2: Melt The Wax
Bring a big saucepan of water to a boil with the metal container. Reduce the heat to medium and occasionally whisk until all beeswax has melted. It's crucial to melt the wax gently to lose none of its original aromas.
Ensure the water does not enter the beeswax container after the wax has completely melted. Allow the wax to cool to 125 degrees Fahrenheit.
Step 3: Add The Fragrance & Essential Oils
Add honey vanilla fragrance oil and cinnamon bark essential oil. Combine all of the ingredients in a large mixing bowl and stir until everything is thoroughly blended.
Step 4: Pour The Wax And Place The Wick
Fill the candle jar with melted wax and secure a wick at the bottom with a little adhesive or melted wax. Leave about an inch of space at the jar's top.
Wrap the other end of the wick around a pencil or bamboo stick and put it horizontally across the top center of the jar. While the wax solidifies, this will keep the wick centered.
Step 5: Trim The Wick
Trim the wick once the wax has solidified fully and it's ready to ignite. The wick should measure around 1/2 inch in length.
Note: It may take up to 48 hours for your candle to harden completely and be ready to use. To get the longest burn, make sure it has fully hardened before lighting it.
If you are a honey lover, then your dream of having a vanilla-scented honey candle has come true. These homemade candles are scented with honey vanilla and a dash of spiciness offered by cinnamon bark essential oil. These fantastic smelling notes tie it all together, creating a warm and soothing aroma.