Candle Making Resources
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the best resources for Candle Making.
This will help you calculate how much wax and fragrance oil to use in your candle container. Candle wax is lighter by weight and cannot be measured by volume. To find the fluid ounces for your candle, fill the container with water about half an inch from the top leaving room for the wick. Pour the water into a measuring cup. Find the closest measurement for your container in the table. The math is done for you.
Be sure to label your test candles and keep a log of your findings for your reference.
Places to get Candle Making Supplies
Shop local when you can. I do as I save a ton in shipping.
I also get to meet the team at the supplier locations and can ask questions about their products. Most websites have support. Do not be afraid to ask. They know the products they sell more than anyone.
- Bulk Apothecary
- Candle Science
- Dollar Tree
- Dream Vessels
- Filmore Container
- Lone Star Candle Supply
- Mason Jars or canning jars – Walmart or Target – There is a website called brickseek.com that you can search for the lowest price near you or online. The best time to buy these is late fall when the canning season is almost over. Stores want to clear their inventory. I often buy at Meijer when they run the sale for buy (1) case get (1) 50% off.
- Pro Candle Supply
- Southern Scentsations
- The Flaming Candle
- The Wooden Wick Company
- Virginia Candle Supply
- Wellington Fragrance
- Wholesale Supplies Plus
Candle Care Card Examples
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