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  • Jill Paulsen

    Dipping white candles into melted crayons to add color. Fun weekend project! Wonder what this would do to my crock pot though...

  • ❤amanda

    Dipping white candles into melted crayons to add color - great way to color dollar store candles for events! Definitely use a crock pot liner with this!

  • Brittany Torud

    Dip Dyed Candles by marthastewart: These dime-a-dozen pillars were dipped in beeswax tinted with crayon shavings. Group candles of different sizes, with wax bands of varying heights, for a striking scene on a centerpiece. Cheap wedding idea!

  • Crystle Babyak

    Dipping white candles into melted crayons to add color. Clever. REALLY?!?! Imagine how many crayons of ONE color you'll need...now imagine how much it will cost to buy that many packages of crayons. Dipping candles in crayons to add color to cheap white ones to match wedding colors? These dime-a-dozen pillars were dipped in beeswax tinted with crayon shavings. Group candles of different sizes, with wax bands of varying heights, for a striking scene on a sideboard or as a centerpiece.

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