Artist and designer Angela Adams has created a line of eco-friendly scented soy candles in glass tumblers that feature painted natural scenes. Angela also designs hand-woven rugs, bedding and home accessories.
There are eight different designs and scents in the …
Gabriel’s Garden Lavender specializes in natural bath and body products. They grow their own lavender and use the essential oil for a multitude of products. Shown here are some hand painted taper candles depicting lavender.
They also have aromatherapy soy …
These fun passion candles can be used as aromatherapy and decor or hot oil massage. They heat up to 101 F so are hot enough to feel warm but not so hot they will burn you.
These candles are all …
Catalina Candles have the cutest candle favors for guests to take home as elegant thank you gifts. They would also make a fun display for them to remember the wedding with.
For a unique beach wedding, check out their “…
Find out which of the five Root LightStyle categories you identify with so they can then guide you on suitable selections of scents, candles and decor to create the look that will project your own personal style. I think it’s …
These guys are too funny. One of their manly man candles is called “clean laundry“. The scent description states how laundry is too boring anyway so the solution is to light a couple of these candles and forget …
I found out about Candle Country through the Facebook group Canadian Candle Makers and the People Who Love Them.
Cozy Illuminations started in April of this year and have candles for just about every occasion you would want. Their candles are high quality, functional and decorative. Cozy Illuminations is a very flexible company and will custom make your order …
The name Dirt Candles was inspired by the origin of all things natural and candle ingredients are from natural sources such as organically grown American soybeans, essential oils and recycled glass and paper.
Some of the many celebs that dig …
When you’re first starting out with candle making it can get confusing and expensive. What kind of wax do you need if you’re making votives? What about containers? Thermometers, wicks, warning labels, fragrance, dyes, pouring pot?