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Here are the top ten articles for the Candlemaking Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Melting Point, Pour Point, Flash Point
Candle wax melting point is the specific temperature at which the wax will changes from solid to liquid. This can be different from your recommended pouring temperature. A lower melting point is great for container candles and a higher melting point for molded candles.
2. Cleaning Candle Molds & Melting Pots
Easy methods for cleaning your candle molds and equipment. These tips will help you get the job done right.
3. Wood Wick Research & Test Results
Wood Wick test results and ideas. This will help you to get started using the wood wick technique for making a unique line of candles. Crackling wood wicks are perfect for the cooler seasons.
4. Hobby Lobby Candle Supplies - Review
A review of supplies purchased from the local Hobby Lobby craft store.
5. Flaming Snowball Candles
Think of glistening snowballs all around the house - without the puddles! These cheery snowball candles will brighten up any room. A great way for those in the tropics to have a little snow too. Think of the irony of having snowballs on your fireplace mantel. Try them - you'll like them!
6. Tips and Tricks of the Trade
Super handy tips and tricks for new candle makers and seasoned candle makers alike! Everyone has different ways of doing things. Maybe something here can help you or maybe you want to share some of your great tips and tricks of the trade.
7. Types of Candles
Candles come in various forms, letīs explore some of the more common ones.
8. Happy Hour Candle
A festive happy hour chunk candle in a hurricane glass. Great for summer parties or chasing the winter blues away. Easy and cute too!
9. Multiple wick candles
The making of a multiple wick candle is done by spacing several wicks an equal distance apart. This particular candle making project contains five wicks. The additional wicks will add a magical touch to any room. You may choose to use a circular, oval, square or rectangular mold for this project.
10. Fire Starters
Use up your scrap wax for this useful project. Old candle remnants are given a new life and purpose. On those cool nights, you can stoke up a nice fire in no time and you're ready to sit back and conjure up images - or at least keep toasty warm.
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