Candle Making Kit - Rolled Beeswax (Christmas)



Learn how to make 5 beautiful festive beeswax candles using a rolling technique.

What's included in the price?

Kit includes: Rectangle beeswax sheets x 3 Triangle beeswax sheets x 4 Decorating sheets Wicks x 6 Shape template sheet Step-by-step instructions

What you will need

Pair of scissors


1 hour



Candle by Events

with Craft Courses since 2016

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Candle by Events is The Candle-making Experience Company based in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. Founded in 2008 by Sarah Ditchfield, the business started off producing candles for shops, hotels and restaurants. In 2012 we built our candle-making studio and began running open workshops for beginners plus themed candle-making events around Easter, Christmas and other celebrations. We also run parties, family fun days, hen parties and corporate team building events - all around candle-making. Besides hands-on candle-making we coach and support candle-making entrepreneurs helping them set up their own successful businesses. In addition to our in-person workshops we run virtual workshops - our beginner's online workshop provides all the equipment and materials you need (shipped FREE to your door) together with a live online workshop and videos, etc. taking you step-by-step through all the techniques to learn and make lots of fabulous candles at home. This includes access to the Masterclass group, regular live online webinars and other online offerings, where you learn new techniques and where we help them solve any candle-making challenges. Our founder has written two candle-making books published by Dorling Kindersley and Search Press, which can be purchased in book shops and online.

Suitable for

  • Adults
  • Seniors
  • Teenagers
  • Children
  • Wheelchair users
  • Limited mobility
  • Learning difficulties (SEN)
  • School holiday workshops & activities
  • Christmas
  • Engagement, birthdays & anniversaries
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Hen dos
  • Corporate days out & team building
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