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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. 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.
2. Pulpy Pineapple Pillars
Pulpy textured candles will remind you of pineapples. Great candles for Spring or Summer. So bright and fruity, they'll just bring everyone out of hibernation.
In candlemaking, there are a wide variety of wax additives used to achieve certain effects.
4. Hobby Lobby Candle Supplies - Review
A review of supplies purchased from the local Hobby Lobby craft store.
5. Rustic Layered Pillar Candle
Time to start thinking about fall and the beautiful colors to come. This rustic looking layered candle can help you bring the season indoors. Add a few acorns or leaves or other things found in nature and you'll have a great fall display. This looks nice on Thanksgiving day too.
6. Rolled Sand, Coffee or Crystal Candles
Easy upgrades will turn your plain pillars into high end pillars! Try rolling them in sand or crytals and change their whole personality.
7. Easter Egg Candles
Simple Easter egg candles using Jell-O Jiggler egg molds! A new use for these inexpensive molds and a creative touch for the Easter holiday. Make a few or make dozens!
8. Ugly Candles Need Love Too
Turn your not-quite-right candles into something you can love. This article will help you salvage your candles with mishaps and cure them of the ugly duckling syndrome. Nobody has to know the candle was a near disaster!
9. 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.
10. 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.
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