Handmade Tea Cup Candles

I have had a lovely day experimenting with candle making. This morning I had a mooch around the charity shops and found some gorgeous vintage cups.  I then came home and had my first attempt at making scented container candles.  I had no idea about measurements or anything, I just experimented.  These candles are scented with ginger, cinnamon and mandarin, so really festive smelling.

Here is a slide show of the candle making process:

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Here are the finished candles.  Enjoy:

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2 Responses to “Handmade Tea Cup Candles”

  1. 1 Nicola Pengelly 06/01/2011 at 12:25 pm

    Love the slideshow of how you made the candles! Where the “ingredients” easy to source? I’m going to hunt out some suitable containers! Love it!

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