I love everything about beeswax candles: the smell, the glow, the connection to the bees. And I love making them. When the weather starts to turn cool, I pull out my supplies and turn the kitchen into a candle making factory. I source my beeswax from Highland Honey in Longmont, Colorado
If you are interested in purchasing (wholesale pricing available), please email me: email@example.com
Some tips to keep your candles burning long and bright:
- If your candle is not catching flame when you first light it, don’t give up. It often takes a few attempts to light a fresh wick.
- The first time you burn your candle try to keep it lit for an hour to ensure even burning thereafter.
- Keep wicks trimmed to 1/4″ or less to prevent soot and from having your candle burn down too quickly. A large flame will cause your candle to burn faster.
- As with anything handmade, please know that each candle is unique and might not be exactly perfect. But, like us humans, that’s what makes them special.