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With our Cross wood wick sustainers, you can make your own Cross wood wick candles. They produce a larger flame compared to a single wood wick, so you may need to adjust the size of wick used. 

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With the huge array of candle colours available, it's easy to invest a small fortune on Candle colours to complement the range of fragrances you offer. However, before you go spending up big it's super easy to create your own unique colours using a few basic colours. Start with primary colours of Red, Blue and Yellow, plus a few extras such as White, Black and Magenta. Think back to primary school art classes, Red + Yellow = Orange, Red + Blue = Purple, Blue + Yellow = Green, you get the picture.

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Confused about how much fragrance oil to add to your candle? Read on for a simple guide with some basic calculations.

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Ever wondered how much you should sell your candles for?

First you need to work out how much they cost to make. I thought I would share my Costing worksheet which I've been using for years, where I've captured the main elements that make up your candle. Of course, you may have a slightly different list, just change the elements and prices accordingly. 

The instructions are in the spreadsheet itself, click on the link below that will take you to Downloadable Product page 

Happy candle making 

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Ever wondered how long you should burn your candle for? 

How to burn your candle

Trim the wick to 6mm before lighting Burn for up to 4 hours. Burning for durations longer than 4 hours will accelerate the burn time (resulting in shorter candle life). As the wick gets longer it produces more soot due to the wick itself burning.  Stop burning the cande when approx 1cm of wax is left in the jar, this will prevent the glass getting too hot

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I came across a great article about setting up your business name & domain name along with setting up Trademarks. A must read.

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