Rose Scented Candle

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This post will show you an easy way to make a Rose Scented Candle. If you don’t have rose, you can easily add in another scent. 

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rose scented candle diy

As I’m learning more and more about homesteading and making my own products. I like to try different ways of making items. Candles are one of those things that have a million and one ways to make it.

Rose Scented Candles

Items Needed:
2 cups of soy wax flakes
1 candle wick w/weighted bottom
10 drops of rose scented oil (use the rose scented candle oil as opposed to rose essential oil which is 10x’s more expensive)
1 teaspoon of sugared sprinkles
Wood stick or pencil
Small glass jar or container (use any you have but these are gorgeous)

rose candle recipe

Directions:
1. Pour the wax flakes in a non stick pan and heat on low heat. Stir gently as you do.
2. Add in 7-10 drops of the rose scented oil. You can use more or less if you wish.
3. You can now tint the wax. DO NOT use food coloring. Instead use a crayon in your choice of color. Unwrap it, break it into pieces, drop it in and stir.
4. Prepare the wick. Wrap the top of the wick around a pencil or stick and place across the top of the container of choice. Let the weighted end drop to the bottom.

Related- Homemade Lemon Scented Candle

glass for rose scented candle diy


5. Place the stick over the jar.
6. You can now pour the melted mixture into the jar. Keep the wick centered.

diy rose scented candle


7. Allow the wax to set. Place the candle in a room that is cool. About 30 minutes in when it has started to harden, sprinkle the candle with sugar sprinkles.
8. Once you candle has hardened (may take up to 6 hours) snip the wick to shorten it. You can now light and enjoy!

This is a quick easy way to whip up a Rose Scented Candle that you can gift or just light and relax.

homemade rose candle recipe
Yield: 1 candle

Rose Scented Candle

Rose Scented Candle

Create your own Rose Scented Candle

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 5 minutes
Additional Time 6 hours
Total Time 6 hours 10 minutes
Difficulty Simple

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Instructions

  1. Pour the wax flakes in a non stick pan and heat on low heat. Stir gently as you do.
  2. Add in 7-10 drops of the rose scented oil. You can use more or less if you wish.
  3. You can now tint the wax. DO NOT use food coloring. Instead use a crayon in your choice of color. Unwrap it, break it into pieces, drop it in and stir.
  4. Prepare the wick. Wrap the top of the wick around a pencil or stick and place across the top of the container of choice. Let the weighted end drop to the bottom.
  5. Place the stick over the jar.
  6. You can now pour the melted mixture into the jar. Keep the wick centered.
  7. Allow the wax to set. Place the candle in a room that is cool. About 30 minutes in when it has started to harden, sprinkle the candle with sugar sprinkles.
  8. 8. Once you candle has hardened (may take up to 6 hours) snip the wick to shorten it. You can now light and enjoy!

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