- Use a double boiler to liquefy the container wax at about 175 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Add fragrant oil and coloring dye in the melting wax, and stir well.
- In the meantime, add a drop of hot glue at the end of the wick, and attach it to the center of the glass container.
- Take the other end of the wick and tie it on a pencil to keep it straight.
- Then, heat the container by placing it in the oven at about 150 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Pour the melted wax gently from the side of the container, until you fill it up to the desired height.
- Leave the candle for cooling, which may take about 5 - 6 hours.
- Cut the excess wick off and enjoy your container candles.
- Take the container and attach the zinc wick at the bottom by using a small amount of warm glue.
- Pull the wick up and roll it on a stick or a pencil to keep it straight.
- Make smaller pieces of the gel and melt them in a stainless steel container over a medium flame (about 200 degrees Fahrenheit).
- After the gel liquefies, add coloring dye to it in small amounts, until you get the desired color.
- For using embeds, light color gel is preferable to make them more noticeable.
- The next step is to add fragrance; you can use ½ teaspoon per glass of melted gel.
- Preheat the oven and warm the candle container to about 150 degrees Fahrenheit.
- For using embeds, dip them in hot gel first and arrange along the sides of the champagne glass.
- Pour the gel in the container while it is still hot, so as to minimize bubble formation.
- Allow the gel to cool down and trim the excess wick.
- Light these unique gel candles and have fun.
- Gather the required supplies based on whether you are making richly scented candles or scented soy candles.
- Heat the candle wax in the stainless steel pot over a medium flame (about 200 degrees Fahrenheit), until it melts completely.
- Lay the wick in the center of the mold as per the instructions.
- In order to keep the wick straight, you can roll the other end of it on a long stick and place it on top of the container.
- Add candle color to the melted wax and stir the mixture for spreading the dye evenly.
- Then add specific amounts of the perfume or the candle scent in the mixture.
- After the candle mixture is blended well, gently pour it into the candle mold.
- Allow the wax to cool down and harden. Remove the scented candle from the mold and put it on display.