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TIME3 hours 5 mins 3 hrs 5mins
PRICE$149 $149 pp
Learn how to make 100% natural soy candles using beautiful glass container and quality Eco-soy wax to create environmentally-friendly vegan candles for your home or for as a gift. No chemicals or unsafe ingredients.
This fun hands-on workshop will take you through the basics of making your own candles. You'll have more than 30 fragrances to choose from. If you like, you can also decorate your candles with the provided dried flowers like German chamomile, French lavender, yellow calendula, blue cornflower, rose petals, rose buds and white jasmine buds.
- How candles work
- Different types of waxes and their uses
- Wick, fragrances, and pigments
- Candle care and safety
- Equipment and tools
- An understanding of candle making
- Learn how to use the right tools and equipment to create candles
- Create beautiful candles using your choice of colour and fragrance
WHAT I PROVIDE
- All the materials, tools and equipment are included
- Glass jars for candles
- Handouts with a book-guide to take home with you
- You'll take home all the candles you make (1 large candle with wooden wick, 1 medium candle with cotton wick, 1 6oz travel tin candle and 1 4oz travel tin candle)
Remember to bring a box where to fit your candles to take home.
Suitable for kids of approx 8y/o and up (a parent/guardian will need to attend as well) as it's not dangerous.
Free parking available on the street.
This class can be customised to fit special events, and I can travel. Just click the "Request" button or contact me.
No knowledge needed
All equipment provided
This class is ideal for individuals and couples as well as for a hens party, special occasion, baby shower or corporate event.
Exact location is anonymised for privacy. You'll get the specific address after booking.
In case you haven't noticed where the class schedule is, just click here and/or look at the bottom of your screen. Then click the "Tap to pick a time" dropdown menu to select a time.
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By Andrea Koutoullas (attended on 14 Oct 2018)
By Jennifer Penn (attended on 7 Oct 2018)
By Chelsea Li (attended on 7 Oct 2018)
By Ilana (attended on 29 Sep 2018)
By Analee Younan (attended on 25 Sep 2018)
By Lauren Nethery (attended on 29 Sep 2018)
By Lana Burgmann (attended on 23 Sep 2018)
By Eman Dawson (attended on 23 Sep 2018)
By Suzi (attended on 9 Sep 2018)
By Tracey (attended on 9 Sep 2018)
By Joanne Luu (attended on 9 Sep 2018)
By Esther Chia (attended on 19 Aug 2018)
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By Rosina (attended on 9 Aug 2018)
By Georgina Evans (attended on 29 Jul 2018)
By Leonie Johnson (attended on 19 Jul 2018)
By Ophelia Wu (attended on 17 Jul 2018)
By Jenny Evans (attended on 17 Jul 2018)
By Nicola (attended on 16 Jul 2018)
By Rebecca Daniels (attended on 17 Jun 2018)
By Sally James (attended on 10 Jun 2018)
By Lamya (attended on 4 Jun 2018)
By Bianca Centrone (attended on 3 Jun 2018)
By Yolanda (attended on 1 May 2018)
I wanted to ask if the soap making class uses essential oils (instead if fragrance oil) and what types of colorants eg micas.. and clays? Also do you use palm oil? Or can we use an alternative, thank you
I’m happy you asked me these questions and I’m happy to answer you.
I don’t use palm oil and good news there are many alternatives.
I use only essential oils for soap, no fragrances.
I use natural colourants like spirilina active charcoal and cocoa powder but
also Mica and clay.
I decorate the soap with organic dried flowers like calendula, lavender,
cornflower, chamomile and rose petal.
If you have any other questions I’m happy to hear them
We'll keep you posted!