Candlelighters Charity Candle Kit
Introducing our Candelighters Charity Candle Kit! Our beautiful candle making kit that lets you make meaningful, handmade candles while also doing your part to help support a worthy cause.
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Make your own Candles with our Charity Candle Kit
Our chosen charity here, at Supplies For Candles, is Candlelighters, a childnre's cancer charity, The team at Candlelighters do an incredible job supporting ordinary families who are facing extraordinary circumstances in Yorkshire. To show our continued support for this fantastic cause, we have created a candle-making kit where 20% of the profits will be donated to the charity.
This kit will create 5 uniquely designed candles all with meaningful quotes reflecting what the charity represents along with its signature rainbow logo.
Introducing Candelighters Charity Candle Kit, your go-to solution for the perfect DIY candle-making experience! Whether you’re just starting out in the world of candle making, an business looking to expand your product range, or a enthusiast searching for an easy and fun way to create candles – our Candlelighters Charity Candle Kit has got you covered.
Our Candlelighter Charity Candle Kit creates five 20cl candles and includes:
- 1Kg Container Wax
- 2 x 50g Thousand Wishes Fragrance Oil
- 5 x 20cl Glasses
- 5 x TCR 27/16 Wicks
- 5 x Wick Stick Ums
- 5 x Safety Labels
- 5 x Rainbow Stickers
We've made sure that our kit comes with all the basics you need for candle-making success and easy-to-follow instructions. Create your own signature candles beautifully displayed with inspiring references. A unique and rewarding way to make your own candles!
Including our delightful Thousand Wishes Fragrance Oil, a festive blend of pink prosecco, sparkling quince and crystal peonies. Inspired by joyful magic, appreciation and wishes.
For all you budding creators out there, our Candelighters Charity Candle Kit is the perfect way to get creative and support at amazing cause at the same time!
For measurements and usage rates please see the instructions, you can find a digital version of the instructions in the documents tab.
Please ensure all appropriate safety precautions are taken, correct equipment is used and PPE is worn when making candles.
Tips & Tricks For Candle Making
- Wick Centering Tool - If you do not have a wick bar, you can also use skewers/chopsticks/cocktail sticks with elastic bands, pegs or string to centre your wicks.
- Glasses - To reduce the risk of shrinkage, warm your glasses by running them under a hot tap or sitting in a hot water bath, making sure you don't get any water inside the glass.
- Flat & Protected - Always ensure your candle glasses are on a flat, even surface before pouring. Make sure you keep them away from open windows, as you don't want any unexpected visitors swimming in your beautifully scented wax.
Candle Making FAQs
Do candles expire?
The expiry date of candles varies, as candles made with synthetic ingredients will last for years, whereas a natural vegetable wax candles best performs when used within a couple of months. When lit, you can tell if a candle has gone bad as the aroma has disappeared and the melt consistency has changed. We recommend using a candle within 12 months of purchase.
Do you burn candles to the bottom?
Due to safety, candles should not be burnt to the bottom. When lit, the heat is absorbed into the wax, but as the candle melts and the jar is exposed, the glass becomes too hot which will cause it to break or shatter and increase the risk of fire. Do not burn when there is less than 1-2cm of wax at the bottom of your candle.
What is the best environment for making candles?
The ideal room temperature to make candles in is 20-25C, warm enough for your wax to settle and set but not too warm that it stays melted. We also recommend having a window open or fan running to keep the air moving whilst working with fragrance oils. Just ensure your candles aren't poured near the window or fan.
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