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Fall Scents for 2020

Fall Scents for 2020

The scents of fall need no introduction, so let's launch right into our best selling scents in our favorite time of year!
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How to Make Candles:  Part 3 - Fragrance

How to Make Candles: Part 3 - Fragrance

How much fragrance should I use in my candle?  If you google that question, your number 1 response will tell you to use 1oz of fragrance per 1 pound of wax.  Some people think that using more fragrance will give you a stronger scented candle.  Let me be the first to yell out, all of that is flat out wrong.

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How to Make Candles:  Part 2 - Wicks

How to Make Candles: Part 2 - Wicks

 If you’re going to make candles, you need to choose a wick.  Here are 7 different wick type choices that are available in most candle supply stores.
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How to make Candles:  Part 1 - candle and wax types

How to make Candles: Part 1 - candle and wax types

Making candles is both an art and a science, which is the main reason why I love it so much.  It satisfies my natural scientific & meticulous nature, working with weights and volumes, creating formulas, and precise measurements. 
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Burning Clean:  the Soy vs. Paraffin debate

Burning Clean: the Soy vs. Paraffin debate

There is an insane amount of conflicting information out there about the healthiness of candle wax.  One article will say that paraffin wax = bad, and soy wax = good, and it will throw around words like "toxins" meant to scare us.  Another article will point to scientific studies that show that both are equal and they both produce identical emissions.  Some people believe that big candle production companies started the paraffin vs. soy debate simply to scare people into buying their candles instead of traditional paraffin candles.
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The History of Candle Making

The History of Candle Making

The art of making candles has been around since primitive times. Of course, as time went by they become much different in design than what they were back then. In the early days, candles were a necessity for heat and light. Today they serve as
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