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Let’s Make Candles! An Exciting Candle Making Workshop in Singapore

Candles have been used for centuries as a source of light and warmth. In the modern world, candles are also an important part of romantic dinners, weddings, and special occasions. Have you ever wanted to make your own candles?

If so, then this blog is perfect for you! We’re going to teach you how to make candles from scratch in our upcoming candle making workshop in Singapore.

In this session, we will introduce you to the basics of making candles. We’ll show you how to mix wax and wick in different ratios so that it’s easy for anyone at any level of expertise or experience to make their own beautiful candle creations.

You can use one type of wax like paraffin or soy, a variety of colors and scents, or even natural ingredients like avocado pits!

You’ll leave the workshop with your very own set of instructions on how to create perfect homemade candles every single time. The basic candle making kit comes with all the tools necessary (candle mould, thermometer, metal spoon) as well as several types of wicks: cotton core wire wicks; braided cotton rope wicks; cotton cords.

Basic candle making kit: A metal spoon or small plastic spatula (to stir), a thermometer (to check temperature), stirring sticks/Popsicle sticks (for mixing wax and dye) & molds with openings at least two inches wide soy wax flakes, wax dyes, essential oils and wicks.

Candle Making Workshop Singapore is an exciting candle making experience that you don’t want to miss! This Candle Making Workshop in Singapore has been specially designed by experienced instructors who have brought their love of candles into this course and will teach you how to make handcrafted candles from start to finish.

You’ll use your hands only – no machines here! They cover all aspects of candle making such as melting & stirring different types of waxes together or using metal stirrers like forks  or chopsticks to get the wicks in, how to make different shapes using molds and of course – all about scenting your candle with essential oils.

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