In the comfort of your own home and at a time convenient to you, this kit contains 4 types of candles. The first candle is an introduction to basic Beeswax Candle making, using the 'rolling method' then, moving on to make the remaining candles that get slightly more complicated but not impossible!!
Making this type of candle requires no tools, no melting and so, no mess!
The finished candles (in the images) are not included; they are to illustrate what you can make with this particular Kit also, the colours are randomly selected- those shown are for illustration only.
This is an activity suitable for adults, children with adult supervision, Groups etc. Step-by Step Instructions included.
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Kit makes 4 different types of Candles:
- 1 x 5cm Natural Candle.
- 2 x coloured 7.5 x 2.5cmTapered candles.
- 2 x 'Twist": one Natural wax and the other, a natural/coloured
- 1 x multicoloured Beehive candle
Dispatched via Royal Mail; all kits are packed in a purpose made box, which could be used as the presentation box.
Please Note: There could be minor variations in the colour of individual sheets.
Required Safety Information to be found in the Instructions or e-mailed/sent on request.
The Kit contains:
Beeswax pre-cut sheets:
- 1 x 5x20cm Natural
- 2 x 7.5 x 20cm coloured (Tapered)
- 1 x 10x20cm & 1 x 'Triangle' both random coloured sheets (Twist)
- 1 x 10x20cm & 1 x 'Triangle both Natural (Twist).
- To make 1 Beehive candle - 5 x shaped strips 30cm in length, all random colours
(Note: all the sheets may vary slightly in size, shape and colouration)
6 x pre-cut Wicks
Free unlimited access to an Online Video Tutorial.
A clean, solid work surface and, because the wax is a ‘little sticky’, Baby Wipes or similar, to clean hands and the work surface afterwards.
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