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Snowy Woods Candle Recipe

Snowy Woods Candle Recipe

The chill of winter weather can mean we spend a lot more time spent cozied up indoors than out enjoying the beautiful snow-covered scenery.  A fuzzy blanket, hot cocoa, and the comforting glow of a candle can beat even the coldest of days but we may still miss connecting with nature.  This simple candle can help to bring the fresh and serene aroma of a walk in the snowy woods right into the warmth of our homes. 


  • 1 8oz Heat Safe Container
  • 1 Candle Wick with a Metal Base (size may vary depending on width of container)
  • 1 Wooden Skewer or Chopstick
  • 1 Clothespin
  • 1 Cooking Thermometer



  1. Mix the fragrance oils in a small bowl and set aside. 
  2. Add soy wax to a double boiler and heat until fully melted, stirring will help speed the process.  
  3. Turn off heat at 185°F, and add the fragrance oil mixture.  Stir for 2 minutes, and remove from heat.  
  4. Adhere the metal end of the wick to the bottom of your container using a wick tab sticker, super glue, or hot glue (in a pinch you can use your wax, but it’s not recommended).  Press the end in the center of the bottom of the container. 
  5. Straighten the wick and secure it at the mouth of the container with a clothespin resting on the top. 
  6. Once the wax cools to 135°F, slowly pour the wax into the container. 
  7. Let the candle sit for 24 hours, until fully set.  Once set, remove the clothespin and trim the wick to 1/2 inch above the surface of the wax.  
Snowy Woods Candle Recipe


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