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- October 31, 2007 at 1:13 pm #253964
I imagine you could remove the wax and melt it down in a double boiler, then put it back into the jar. It would be one of those layered effect ones. I think you can buy candle wicks at Michaels Crafts or Hobby Lobby.
I have never made candles myself, but I would think this would not be terribly difficult. Just be careful not to burn yourself. Herlean
wrote: Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows how to make candles out of candles
that you have but have been burned down to almost nothing…Its
something I am intereested in making and getting into.
I heard if you put them in the freezer that the wax will pop out…and
then melt them together ( all different waxes)….any help would be
I spend tons of money on candles but
always burn them down and theres
alot on the sides and some on the bottom when the wick gives out on me.
Thanks for any info!!
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