Fill your home with heavenly scents, with Soyacoco candles - a great alternative ingredient to candle making (and it is vegan). This craft box has been one of the most popular boxes with our testers.
Candle making can get a little complicated, so we have simplified the process by pre-measuring everything for you. This means you can ge the feel for making candles, then if you enjoy it, can go ahead and make more later with the instructions that are included.
Box will include ingredients to make 3 candles for your home, and your choice of one of these scents:
Black Orchid: Gorgeous exotic, sensual floral's notes. Blend with Jasmine, Ylang Ylang, Black Currant and Citrus Notes, Pink Lotus, Fruity Notes and Spicy Essential Oils like Patchouli, Sandalwood, Dark Amber
Whipped Vanilla Buttercream: Stronger bolder and creamier, this Whipped Vanilla Buttercream fragrance oil is beyond amazing. If you're looking for a Vanilla candle to fill the room, this is the one.
Whiskey, Woodsmoke & Leather: Smoky manly and raw - Top note's - Tennessee whiskey and wood smoke, mid notes of vintage leather and oak moss in a soft green cedar base.
Amber Absolute: Luxurious, cosy rich and welcoming. Spicy oriental top notes, dropping into woodsy mid notes of sandalwood rosewood and a creamy base of vanilla and dark chocolate.
Sweet Lime & Mandarin: A citrus explosion of fresh, zesty Persian lime balanced with mid notes sweet mandarin and ruby grapefruit in a green pepper base.
Oh Baby Baby: This delicate natural fragrance is a kiwi classic. Everyone knows the sweet, clean memorable smell of Johnson’s & Johnson’s Baby Powder. Top notes of clean ozone and citrus. Middle notes of lilac, and subtle rose. Comforting woody notes finished with gentle violet.
- 270g soyacoco wax
- 30ml fragance
- 3 wicks
- 3 wick holders
- 3 jars with lids
- 3 'Handmade with Love' stickers
- 3 small gift cards with rope to attach them to your candles
- Instructions, including how to measure your wax for future candles.
- Thermometer ($10)
Box testers rated this box as INTERMEDIATE as you need to be precise with your temperatures.