Lavender and Rosemary Crockpot Candles

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Lavender and Rosemary Crockpot Candles are simple to make. Using a slow cooker to melt the wax makes it easy to create a variety of individual candles.

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Easy diy Crockpot candles

These Lavender and Rosemary crockpot candles turn out so pretty. Especially, with the dried lavender in it. Learn how to Grow lavender and grow and endless supply.

Lavender and Rosemary Crockpot Candles

Supplies needed:
– Glass jars
– Soy wax flakes
– Weighted candle wicks, large
– Rosemary oil
– Lavender oil OR dried lavender
– Crockpot
– Scissors
– Chopstick or stirring stick

How to make candles in a crockpot

How to make homemade candles in a crockpot

1. Place the wick in the jar. If you need help getting it to stay centered, add a tad of glue to the weight and press into place.

Making candles with Essential Oils

2. Fill to the top with the soy flakes. Keep the wick centered as you fill.
3. Add 7-10 drops of rosemary oil to the jar. Place the jar in the crock pot set on high.

DIY crockpot candles

4. As the wax melts down, you will add more. Just sprinkle it in evenly around the wick.
5. Allow the jar to sit for about 60-90 minutes in the crock pot until the wax has liquefied. Add additional flakes as needed.
6. When the wax nears the top, sprinkle in the dried lavender buds. Or, you can add some of the lavender oil at this time.
7. Give the candle a last good stir, and remove from the pot. Allow to cool and harden.
8. Snip off any extra wick before burning. Never burn any candles unattended or do crafts with hot wax around children.

Candle making

DIY Crockpot Candles with Essential Oils are super easy and do not take a lot of time. You can do other things while they melt down. Have you tried making candles? If so please leave a comment letting me know how you make yours.

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