How to Make a Candle With Crayons

Easy and fun candle that you can at home!

How to Make a Candle With Crayons
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First, get all of your ingredients together.

First, get all of your ingredients together.

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Peel off the wrappers of the crayons selected. Cut the crayons into smaller pieces for easier melting.

Peel off the wrappers of the crayons selected. Cut the crayons into smaller pieces for easier melting.

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Place a stick of wax in the microwave for seven minutes, and pour the melted wax into the candle jar.

Place a stick of wax in the microwave for seven minutes, and pour the melted wax into the candle jar.

4
Let wax sit for ten minutes.

Let wax sit for ten minutes.

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Place a stick of wax and one colored crayon into a cup, and into the microwave for about seven minutes.

Place a stick of wax and one colored crayon into a cup, and into the microwave for about seven minutes.

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After wax is melted, pour the melted wax into the candle jar, and hold the wick upright. Pour essential oil in. Let wax sit for 10 minutes.

After wax is melted, pour the melted wax into the candle jar, and hold the wick upright. Pour essential oil in. Let wax sit for 10 minutes.

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Microwave your second color choice of crayon.

Microwave your second color choice of crayon.

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Add essential oil, and let the third layer sit for 10 minutes to dry.

Add essential oil, and let the third layer sit for 10 minutes to dry.

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Repeat the same process with the fourth layer and pour in essential oil, let it sit for 10 minutes.

Repeat the same process with the fourth layer and pour in essential oil, let it sit for 10 minutes.

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Repeat the same process with the last layer and crayon. Pour essential oil in and let it sit for 15 minutes.

Repeat the same process with the last layer and crayon. Pour essential oil in and let it sit for 15 minutes.

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Cut wick to appropriate length.

Cut wick to appropriate length.

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Enjoy your candle made with crayons :)

Enjoy your candle made with crayons :)

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