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How To Make A Tie Dye Candle?

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How To Make A Tie Dye Candle?

How Do You Make A Tie Dye Candle?

Making a tie-dye candle is very easy. You just need a metal form, caning wax, paper cup mold, crayons, liquid candles, and dyes.

Pour the canning glue into the metal container. Then mix the paper cups with the liquid candle dye. Stir the mixture until the color becomes bright yellow. Pour the colored mixture into the paper cups. Let the candies dry overnight. Remove the candies from the containers and store them in an airtight container.

You’ll find that creating a tie-dye candle is easier than you think. Just remember to pour the canning glue into your metal container first, then add the liquid candle dye. Once the mixture turns bright yellow, pour it into the paper cups. After letting the candies dry overnight, remove them from the containers and store them in an airtight container for later use.

Supplies

Supplies

Make a tie-dye candle at home using only basic materials. All you need is a metal container, caning wax, a paper cup mold, crays, liquid candles, and dye.

Pour the canning glue into a metal container. Mix the paper cups with the dye. Stir the mixture to make the color become bright yellow. Pour the dyed mixture into the paper cups and let the candies dry overnight in an airtight container.

You’ll find that creating tie-dye candle wicks is simple and inexpensive. Just remember to keep your candies away from heat sources and direct sunlight.

Step-by-step Instructions For Making Tie Dye Candles At Home

Step-by-step Instructions For Making Tie Dye Candles At Home

To create a simple, basic candle, follow these steps. First, mix equal parts of paraffin wax and soybean oil. Then add a few drops of essential oils for fragrance. Finally, pour them into molds and let them set overnight.

Weigh Your Wax And Melt It

You’ll need to weigh out the wax you plan to use to pour into your candle molds. Once you’ve weighed it out, melt it in a microwave oven. You can either heat it directly in the microwave or place it in a pot of water and bring it to a boil. After melting the wax, stir it well to remove any lumps.

Next, pour the melted wax into the paper cups. Allow the candies to cool completely before removing them from the cups. Store them in an airtight jar or container.

Add Fragrance To Your Candle

It’s super simple and only takes a couple of hours to make. All you need is a metal mold, canning wax, a paper cup mold, and crayons.

Once you’ve made your tie-dye candle wicks, add fragrance to them using essential oils. Essential oils are natural scents that come from plants. Some common ones include lavender, lemon, orange, rosemary, tea tree, eucalyptus, clove, cinnamon, vanilla, etc. Add a drop or two of oil to your candle wicks and light it up!

Color The Candles With Candle Dye

Once you’ve made the basic candle, you’ll find out how to color them with candle cure.

You start by pouring the canning glue into a metal container. Mix the paper cups with the candle color. Stir the colored mixture until the candle dye color turns bright yellow. Pour the yellow mixture into the paper cups and let the candies dry overnight in an airtight container.

Once the candies are completely dried, remove them from the containers and store them in an airtight container where they won’t melt.

Fill The Mold With Wax

You should prepare your candles ahead of time so they’re ready to go when you need them. To make sure your wick doesn’t stick to the melted wax, dip it into hot paraffin wax. Then place the wax in a double boiler or bowl set within a larger bowl filled with boiling water. Once the wax is melted, pour it into molds or onto parchment paper to cool.

Mix the paper cups with the dyed candles. Stir the colored mixture until the color becomes brighter yellow. Pour the colored candy mixture into the paper cups and let the candies dry overnight in an airtight container.

You’ll need to prepare your wick before pouring the candle wicks. This prevents the wick from sticking together while the melted paraffin is being poured. To prep your wick, dip the wick into hot paraffin. Allow the wick to cool completely before removing it from the paraffin.

Allow The Candles To Cool

Candles should not be left alone if they are hot. Hot candles can cause them to explode. Let the candle cool down before removing them from the molds. Doing so will prevent any damage to your candle wicks.

Don’t place container candles in the fridge or freezers because these temperatures can break the glass containers. Instead, wait for them to cool down before placing them back into their original location.

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