Learn How To Make Decorative Gel Candles

Learn How To Make Decorative Gel Candles

Learn How To Make Decorative Gel Candles
Learn How To Make Decorative Gel Candles

"Making your own candles is always a rewarding process. Whether you’re making them for decor or aroma, it’s satisfying to know that the pretty glow in the room is your own doing. Here am sharing how to make Decorative Gel Candles.Making these beautiful candles, is exciting and not at all difficult and you can add in a variety of things to make them match your decor.These gel candles have become one of the most popular candles available due to the way they look. Start by getting your supplies ready.One of the first things you should consider is a suitable container for your candles. The best container for a gel candle is glass, so people can see the decorative objects you put inside the candle.Here I have used mason jars but you are free to use any glass, wine glass, or a glass bowl or a vase. For decorative objects you can use anything which is non-flammable.....glitter, colored sand, artificial jewels or pearls,sea shells, pebbles, crystals, polished stones....just about anything that will add charm to your candle. Here, I have used Colored sand and Glitter powder. Materials Used:- Mason Jar Tooth Pick Colored Sand Glitter Powder Candle Wick Gel Wax 2 containers."

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsCandle Wax

Difficulty LevelEasy

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