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  • Jennifer Binder

    Using a candle warmer, melt your favorite scent, then pour into an ice cube tray. Freeze for about 20 minutes until hard and pop right out. Hello Scentsy refills!!! Mommy just got a wax melter thingy we could melt old candles to get new scented cubes

  • Susan Starnes

    Using a candle warmer, melt your favorite scent, then pour into an ice cube tray. Freeze for about 20 minutes until hard and pop right out. Hello Scentsy refills!!! I did not have a candle warmer, so I put the candle still in it's jar in the freezer for 30 minutes, run a sharp knife around the edge and it will pop out. Cut it into pieces (remove wick) and put pieces in scentsy burners. Then pour into ice trays. Worked great.

  • Angela Caig

    Recycling Candles - Melt down your old candles, pour them into ice cube trays, freeze for 20 minutes then pop them out and store them away in bags to use in your scented candle warmer... No wasted candles!

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Using a candle warmer, melt your favorite scent, then pour into an ice cube tray. Freeze for about 20 minutes until hard and pop right out. Hello Scentsy refills!!!

Recycle old candles - DIY ice candles Do everything as needed to recycle an old candle into a new one, except put ice cubes in the container before pouring in the wax. As the wax dries, the ice melts leaving gaps in the wax for a really cool effect. Tip: keep the ice big/small enough for wax to harden around so no really large holes form.

Cute idea for Teacher Appreciation Day (or end of the schoolyear gift): paint a small terracotta pot with chalkboard paint, and include a nice note and seed packet. Great idea from Leo on the Loose. [via]

you could use this tutorial to make a "container candle" we have plenty of options at the store... coffee mugs, tea cups, wine glasses, small bowls and more!

DIY Candle Warmers - Make the wax refills for your candle warmer yourself.

bottle cap candles, burn 1 to 1.5 hours ~ great for travel or to use when you're entertaining on the deck at night...soooo easy to make! These would make adorable little gifts bundled in a bag and tied with a string for stockings etc...

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Such a great idea! Makes me wish I kept all my old candles now. Can't wait to try this. Who would have thought!

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Pretty up your picnic table with an easy-to-make sand candle from the June/July issue of Taste of Home.