Make your own Candle Kit - True Grace
The True Grace Home Candle Workshop contains everything you need to make six of your own True Grace candles, including step-by-step instructions and access to a video tutorial. Not only a totally immersive, relaxing experience, but you'll also learn a new craft and create gorgeous candles for a fraction of the cost. We have chosen three of our best-selling fragrances for the True Grace Candle Workshop: Fig, Portobello Oud, and A Bowl of Mandarins*, supplied in pre-measured quantities to create two candles in each fragrance. This comprehensive kit includes everything you need to craft candles time and time again, including a specially designed wax melting pan, a thermometer, and of course our natural wax among other equipment. Our True Grace Home Candle Workshop can be used in combination with our Refill kits, which contain all of the components needed to make an additional two candles. Trial new fragrances or replenish your candle supplies with your choice from our wide selection of fragrances.
True Grace Home Candle Workshop contents: Six glasses Three bottles of 24g fragrance (Fig, Portobello Oud, A Bowl of Mandarins*) Wax Thermometer Specially designed Wax melting pan Adhesive dots Wicks Wick centralizers Natural rapeseed Wax Fragrance labels Box Height 9cm x Diameter 7.5cm e190g / 6.5oz.
Please note that the ratio of wax, fragrance, and wick size has been carefully formulated to comply with all necessary safety regulations and standards, including EN 15493-19, EN15494-19, and EN 15426. We strongly advise you to - Adhere to the wax/fragrance ratios provided in the home candle workshop - Not replace the True Grace fragrance oil provided with alternative fragrance oil - Not mix different fragrance oils together or increase the level of fragrance Please be advised that any deviation from the formulation as it has been provided and is specified in the instructions can result in a candle which does not comply with the safety standards and regulations as mentioned above, making it a potential fire hazard. Problems when burning the candle, including high flames and shattered glassware, may occur. Also, make sure to - Never melt the wax directly on the hob - Never leave wax unattended as heating the wax over 80 degrees may result in a fire. Overheating the wax should be avoided at all costs so do make sure to use our thermometer while heating the wax. To do this, please remove the thermometer from its protective case and place it directly into the wax melting pan. The water level in the double boiler should be sufficient to reach the underside of the wax pan. The handle of the wax melting pan can become hot, we advise using an oven glove or similar when handling the pan.