Bring the glorious look of wispy snow into your home this winter. The swirls of white give the impression that the snow is wafting down the candle. Each candle turns out differently and is as unique as a snowflake!
- Wick the Mold by following the instructions in our How To Wick a Metal Candle Mold blog.
- After the Mold is wicked, melt the PB140 Wax in a double boiler.
- Completely melt the Wax and get it to a temperature of about 145-155 degrees F.
- Pour the Wax into the Mold.
- Wait 3 minutes.
- If the Wax has hardened at the top, cut that wax off and dump it along with the rest of the liquid wax back into the double boiler.
- Reheat the Wax to a temperature of about 160-180 degrees F.
- Completely mix in the Candle Dye.
- Stir in the Fragrance Oil until it is thoroughly dispersed.
- Allow the temperature of the Wax to lower to approximately 145-155 degrees F.
- Carefully pour the Wax into the Mold.
- Gently tap the sides of the Mold to release any air pockets.
- Allow the candle to cool. NOTE–If a well is forming by the wick: poke holes near the wick and fill the holes with the leftover wax to form a flat bottom for the candle. (Remember that the top of the mold will be the bottom of the candle.) Be careful not to overfill the well.
- Once the candle has fully cooled, undo the Clamp and remove the Wick Rod.
- Flip the Mold over and remove the Small Stick and the Mold Sealer.
- Carefully pull the Wicking at the open end of the Mold and release the candle.
- At the bottom of the candle, use the Scissors to trim the Wicking flush with the Wax.
- At the top of the candle, use the Scissors to trim the Wicking to 1/4 inch.
- Allow the candle to sit for at least 24 hours before burning.