Some other crafting I've done this month --
A rose bowl and a DIY vienna sausages can *giggles*
A plethora of candles, melted down to make what I consider my 1st perfectly successful candle!
(The orange streaks at the top are intentional)
On Beltane - May Day I decided to clean up all my candle molds. (do not wash them!!!) - place upside down on
a cookie sheet and warm them in the oven. Then with a paper towel wipe excess wax out. I poured this candle
at a much higher temperature than I have poured the rest of my soy candles at. That one is at 170 degrees. I usually
pour around 150 degrees.
All the oopsie candles that gave birth to the above candle!
A special gift I made as a thank you gift for my Passion Parties Hostess for having
a facebook passion party.
• Rosemary Lavender Oil
I love making these!! I've started making a little properties info whenever I create
an oil or incense for someone. It tells a bit about each herb, the planet, element associations...
Then I cut it in a wavy edge and slightly burn the edges. SO much fun! So fulfilling!!
I hope you enjoy looking ;)
Hugs & Blessings - Jules xo