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Now that our spring scents are available to you, we thought we would share the stories behind our inspiration for The Spring Collection. It all started with Magnolia Blossom… We were looking to add a floral to our seasonal collection aside from Blushing Rose which only stays for the month of February. Magnolia trees bloom brilliant flowers for a short period of time, so we wanted to capture that moment and memorialize it into a candle. After choosing between two similar yet different magnolia scents, we settled on the scent that you now know as Magnolia Blossom. This candle is...
Trim Your Wick Regardless of whether it’s a cotton wick or a wood wick, all wicks need to be trimmed to ¼ before each burn. This is for the safety and for the longevity of your candle. Having an untrimmed wick can lead to a higher and unstable flame, by trimming it before you light, you are giving your candle the best possibility of a slower and safer burn for you to enjoy. BPE (Big Pool Energy)You may have experienced a candle or two in your life where it seems that the wax is burning through the centre and not...
After your candle is finished, you have the choice of:1. Recycling your jar 2. Repurposing your jar 3. Taking part in The Burn and Return Program Here are some practical and unique ways to repurpose your jar at home:Sugar/steviaQ-tips/cotton ballsEpsom bath saltsPropagationLoose changeJewelry Have another way to repurpose our jars? Let us know, we would love to hear!
So, you’ve reached the end of your candle and you’re wondering what to do now. Before you toss away your jar, we wanted to offer you another option - REMOVING THE WAX AND REUSING YOUR JAR!There are 2 ways to remove wax from a jar, the heating method or the frozen method. We have tried both so you don’t have to. The Frozen Method is the one we prefer because it is faster, cleaner, and you can repurpose the leftover wax. Let’s get started. For this you will need: a frozen candle jar, 1 butter knife, and 1 cleaning cloth ...