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Based on Random Wax Sculpture Candles by nomble
A great project!!!

I think that this candle looks like a storm.

Some points are:
- have a big bucket with water, with more than you think you will need. When I dropped it in, a large chunk of wax came off, as it was not deep enough to set it above the other wax.

- if you use a plate, rather than a bowl as i did, then the edges won't be so rounded at the bottom of the candle.

- use the detergent to line the bowl/plate WELL. even around the outside, so that it will come off easily.

- so the bowl that your wax is melted in can be easily cleaned, also line it with detergent.

- you may need a knife to gently 'pop' the wax off the bowl/plate, but be gentle when handling.

REMEMBER- if it doesnt turn out as planned, remelt it and try again!!!

Posted by Zahira K. from Gosford, New South Wales, Australia • Published See Zahira K.'s 2 projects »
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Zahira K.
Zahira K. · Gosford, New South Wales, AU · 3 projects
I am glad it has inspired you Karen. It did so for me too. Best of luck with your candle making adventures, and look for lots of inspiration! Have Fun Happy
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Karen A.
Karen A.
I really love this idea for making candles!!! I am just getting into candle making & this is by far, one of the coolest ways of creating some candle sculptures. This site has given me so many ideas & I haven't known where to begin, NOW I know!!! This is going to be my first project & I am really excited Happy Thank you for the idea!!!
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