These DIY Shell Candles are made from melted wax pellets and wicks. You can also make these candles from tea lights – just take the wick out of the tealight and attach it to the shell, then melt the wax from the tea light and pour.
Make a scented DIY Oil Candle Lamp using pretty botanicals and light olive oil. For gift giving the floating wick is placed on the lid until use. This is another “Magic Oil Lamp” because you just add more oil after using.
Make a soy wax and bayberry DIY Good Luck Bayberry Candle. In Colonial times it was thought that burning a bayberry candle on Christmas Eve (some say Christmas day and New Year’s Eve) would draw luck and good fortune.
Package these with this traditional saying:
This bayberry candle comes from a friend
so on Christmas eve burn it down to the end.
For a bayberry candle burned to the socket,
will bring joy to the heart and gold to the pocket.
Make these super easy scented DIY Candles, dressing them up with a modern label. Their are recipes for: magnolia, lavender, and vanilla.
These candles are made with soy wax (lots of people like the easy to melt soy pellets found at most craft stores) and essential oils or candle fragrance.
Here are more DIY candle printables that make Dollar Store and drugstore candles look more expensive. You can find these labels at Almost Perfect here.