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These Pumpkin Pie Candles fill the room with notes of cinnamon, vanilla, and clove. They’re perfect for fall and beyond. The wooden wicks provide a soft and slow burn.
- Skill Level: Beginner
- Time to Complete: 1 hour
- Kit Yields: 4 candles
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Pumpkin Pie Candle Project
These candles fill the room with a spicy and warm pumpkin scent.
Four 4 oz. Lidded Glass Jars
4 Narrow Wooden Wicks
16 oz. Golden Wax 464
1.3 oz. Pumpkin Pie Candle and Soap Fragrance Oil
Place 16 ounces of Golden Wax 464 into a heat-safe container and melt in the microwave using 60 second bursts. You can also melt the wax slowly in a double boiler. Once it's about 135-140° F, add 1.3 ounces of Pumpkin Pie Candle and Soap Fragrance Oil and stir for several minutes. Set aside.
Place the wooden wick into its metal holder. Trim the wick to the correct size - make sure it's not in the way of the lids. Set the wicks aside.
When the wax cools to about 130° F, pour it into each candle jar. Place each wick in the center of the candle.
Allow the wax to cool and harden completely. Light and enjoy. Never leave your candle unattended.
Photographer: Amanda Kerzman
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