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DIY – Champagne + Wine Candle Favors

It’s DIY Friday and our last day of Favor Week 2017 so we’re going to end with a bang! Today I’m going to teach you how to make the easiest and the prettiest wine candles, even if you have literally never made a Candle before, seriously, these are easy and awesome. Unlike beeswax or soy wax, gelly wax doesn’t crack or separate and doesn’t require being poured at a specific temperature. Simply melt, color, add scent and pour into your container of choice. Our containers of choice are going to be wine glasses or champagne glasses, with candles colored to match of course. Perfect for bridesmaid gifts or holiday gifts… and maybe even favors for your vineyard wedding. Pick your vino poison (then pour some real vino for yourself) and warm that stove up because we’re getting crafty!

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Photography + DIY Tutorial: Jen Causey of Something Turquoise // Gelly Candle Wax: Amazon // Wine Glasses: Amazon // Champagne Glasses: Amazon // Candle Wax Dye Chips: Amazon // Candle Fragrance Oil: Bramble Berry // Candle Wicks: Amazon // Wooden Spoons: Amazon // Candle Pouring Pot: Amazon // Glue Dots Candle Dots: Amazon // Silk Ribbon: Amazon // Hole Punch: Amazon // 8.5″ x 11″ White Cardstock: Amazon // Nail Polish: OPI – Withstands the Test of Thyme

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