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Snowman Mason Jar Candle
Snowman Mason Jar Candle
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Get ready to be adorable when you make this Snowman Mason Jar Candle. With this DIY project, you can create you own DIY candle that you can make any scent you want and like! Plus, this snow man craft makes the perfect holiday DIY gift for that friend that loves candles. Make it extra special by making them their very own unique scented one. If you have never made a candle before this video tutorial will show you that it is a super easy task to do!
 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsCandle Wax, Paint

Primary TechniqueCandlemaking/Soapmaking

Easy

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Sixteen Ounce Jar
  • Four Cups Soy Wax Flakes (32 ounces)
  • 2 ounces Fragrance Oil Of Your Choice
  • Waxed Candle Wick
  • Single Stove Burner
  • Large Pot
  • Large Glass Measuring Bowl
  • Twine String
  • Color Of Your choice Chalky Finish Paint
  • Acrylic Paint In White, Black, Pink, and Orange
  • Paintbrushes/ Large Pouncer

Snowman Mason Jar Candle

How to Paint Your Mason Jar

  1. Paint your mason jar in your chalky finish color. The chalky finish helps so that you do not have to prep your surface at all. Be sure to apply one to two coats of paint so that it is opaue. 

  2. Allow that to dry completely. 

  3. Then, with your large pouncer create the head of the snowman with white paint on the bottom of the jar. 

  4. While that is still wet add rosy cheeks with the same pouncer and pink paint. Allow to dry.

  5. Now add a big carrot nose on the top of the snowman, and a nice dot smile with the black paint. 

  6. Now paint a snowflake above the snowman's head and dot snowflakes all around the jar. using the back of your paint brush. Allow to dry.

How to Make the DIY Candle

  1. On medium-high heat place your glass measuring cup into the large pot and fill the pot with water. 

  2. Add your four cups of wax flakes to the measuring cup and allow to melt.

  3. Once your wax has melted remove it from the heat and let it cool down a bit before adding your fragrance oil.

  4. Take a small spoon of wax and drip it into the bottom of your jar and secure the wick onto the hardening wax.

  5. Once you've poured your oil into the wax, give it a quick stir and slowly pour it into the jar, using a clothespin if needed to secure the wick.

  6. Allow the candle to harden for several hours and then snip off the top of the wick so it is a reasonable size for the candle. 

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