Candle Making Workshop, Half Day with Lunch, Lincolnshire
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About the Course
These Candle Making Workshops will be held in the lovely Village of Saxilby. located just 7 miles from the Historic City of Lincoln. As well as Springthorpe, located 4.5 miles from Gainsbrough.
Please get in touch for dates and to discuss venues.
So fancy learning a new skill in 2018?
Then come and learn how to make container candles.
You will receive a full demonstrations of candle making in different containers.
This will be a fun, friendly and a hands on experience
You will be creating your own individual candles.
You will learn about wax and the best ways to melt it.
Learn how to construct your candles.
You will learn how to fragrance your candles
How to add dye to the wax
Receive information on Health and Safety Legislation
How to burn candles safely and to receive the maximum effect.
You will have the opportunity to hand decorate your candles.
The perfect course for beginners, no prior knowledge is needed.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All tools and materials.
A guide to making candles to take home.
Your own handcrafted candles to take home.
A light lunch
Tea, coffee and biscuits
Attended this course when having a few days away with my daughter. Fantastic to learn something new. It was a friendly easy going course and really enjoyable, the tutor was lovely hoping to find something similar in my area Thank you Julie
Candle Making Workshop - - #12219
Had a really great time, the tutor was lovely as was the afternoon tea!
Rachel Johnson - - #12218
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Course Start DatesFriday 16th February 2018
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