Candle Making Workshop

Learn how to make your own candles in Haymarket



1 hour Class size 10 to 30     label $80

Join us for a candle making class using soy wax and reusable glass containers, hosted by the sustainability education space at Central Station! In this hands-on workshop, you'll learn how to create your own eco-friendly candles using natural ingredients and reusable materials.
Led by the experienced candle makers at CandleXchange this workshop will cover the basics of creating soy wax candles, including how to choose the right wick, how to prepare your wax and fragrances, and tips for using reusable glass containers. We'll also discuss the environmental benefits of using soy wax and reusing glass containers in candle making.
By learning to make your own soy wax candles and reusing glass containers, you can reduce your environmental impact while creating beautiful and fragrant candles for your home or to give as gifts. Whether you're a seasoned crafter or simply looking to live more sustainably, this workshop is a great way to learn new skills and connect with like-minded people.
In this session, you will make two candles, one of which you will take home for yourself the second will be donated to survivors of domestic violence to light up their new home.
Once you finish using your candle at home, you can swap it for a new candle 30% cheaper (or $12 off any candle in the CandleXchange collection). Tickets are $80 and include all materials and resources needed for the workshop. Spaces are limited, so be sure to reserve your spot today!
Knowledge required
Beginner-friendly.
 
What you'll get
300g candle with a fragrance of your choosing
 
Suitable for

This class is great for a hens party.

Location

Banish - 19/2 Lee Street, Haymarket NSW

This venue is a short walk from Central station (400m).

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