Starla's Candle Making Supplies
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Candle wax, beeswax, paraffin and other candle making supplies is the heart of making a great candle or a
really bad scented candle.
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Christmas
Christmas Scented Candles.
Ever get a candle that smokes or doesn't through off the scent like you
expected?  That's what cheap wicks, candle wax, or scents will do for
you.

If you are like us, we searched high and low for just the right candle wax
and other supplies.

The right candle wax, good wicks, and the perfect scent that actually
smelled like the name said it was.  It took forever to find the perfect
products.

First, we looked all over Ohio for a candle making supply store and never
did find what we were looking for.  Then we looked around the country,
still not the perfect candle making supplies store, so we started one
ourselves.   

We wanted wax that wouldn't flake when you were trying to roll cinnamon
buns, pie crust, snowmen, and other creative candles.

Still our candle wax had to be just right for grunging cakes, grubby ice
candles, and all the other faux food candles.

The wax had to be right for plain old crock pouring too!  We found out we
would just have to make our own wax.  So we did, here are the following
candle making supplies that we use in our own candle making.  

Imagine that!
Pre Scented Waxes
 Pre Scented Candle Wax
Unscented Candle Wax
Unscented Candle Wax
Votive Cup Candle Mold
  Molds n Wax Pieces
 We wanted wax that wouldn't flake when you were trying to roll
cinnamon buns, pie crust, snowmen, and other creative candles.  Still
our candle wax had to be just right for grunging cakes, grubby ice
candles, and all the other faux food candles.  The wax had to be right for
plain old crock pouring too!  We found out we would just have to make
our own wax.  So we did, here are the following candle making supplies
that we use in our own candle making.  


    Our virgin candle wax was blended with just the right amount of
steric and vybar to create a product which works wonders for your
homemade product. This candle wax is easily formed into handmade
faux food candles, like our sweet rolls, jelly rolls, and apple pies.  We use
this candle wax in all of our handmade products.  Our hard wax stays
warm longer, so when you pour it out in a sallow pizza  pan and let it
cool some, you can form it into snowmen, rabbits, or anything you like!  
I've never found another candle wax which will do this for me.  Try a
block and see.  It has a great scent throw and burn too!
Try bee wax if you have allergies to scents, it's natures way...organic!
If you are a beginner candle maker or advanced in the art, see our candle

making instructions for fancy creations you can make without a mold.  
Like the hand rolled Cinnamon Bun!

Email starlina@bright.net
Candle Wick
       Candle Wick
Wax Dye
        
Wax Dyes
Bee Wax
    Natural Bees Wax
Basic paraffin wax has been used for centuries in the art of candle making.  Giving
light was the basic goal of the candle maker then, now it is strictly for pleasure, bring
that soft glow to a hazy summer's evening or warmth to a cold winter's night.  Add
fragrance and your home's aroma bring a feeling of warm comfort.  The wonder of a
scented candle.

Working with candle wax can be an art form in itself.  Cut and carve, hand decorated,
even painting on candles is possible with a wax painting medium.  Wax is unlimited in
it's art form.  Look at a wax museum!  Wow, all done with candle wax!

Pour wax thin enough and you can cut shapes and mold them into rose buds to
decorate the top of you wax cake.   I have seen candle wedding cakes that were
made entirely of wax!  How pretty the glowing flames flicker from a wedding cake
candle!  Surrounded with ice sculptures at night!  Imagine that!