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Perfect D.I.Y. gift for Christmas stockings! 


Materials List


  • 3 Blue Glass 60 ml jars or a glass/metal container with lid.
  • A stainless steel saucepan.
  • A measuring cup (preferably glass).
  • A stainless steel tablespoon.
  • 3 candle wicks (cotton or hemp rope).
  • Clothespins or wooden chopsticks or skewers.


You can get the blue glass jars and essential oils from our online store. 
Wax is available in natural products stores or on the internet. 
Candle wicks are available in hardware stores (cotton or hemp rope).




  • 2 tbsp (30ml) Cassia Cinnamon Essential Oil (Optional: Replace with True Cinnamon bark but it is very expensive).
  •  140g soy wax or beeswax (avoid paraffin oil which is a derivative of petroleum).



Preparation (about 30 minutes)


  •  Secure the candle wick in the bottom of the jar with a bit of white non-toxic glue (Allow the glue to dry).
  •  Put the soy or beeswax in the measuring cup and melt in a double (or in a microwave oven) by stirring regularly.
  •  Remove from heat, add the essential oil and mix well.
  •  Pour right away into jars to the edge, making sure the wick stands straight (if necessary, hold it with clothespins or wooden chopsticks/skewers.
  •  Refrigerate immediately to allow the wax to solidify (about 3 hours).


Precautions & recommendations


Never leave a burning candle unattended and without adult supervision.
Close the jar when the candle is extinguished.

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