They say confession is good for the soul. I'm not sure that's true, but I do have a confession to make. I am not a naturally born craft aficionado. Why do I tell you all of this? Because I am now a "dyed in the wool" official proponent of making candles. I can't believe how beautiful my projects turn out. My candles are so nice, in fact, that I have my own creations in just about every room of my house. There's really a point to all of this explanation. Even if you don't think that you're a "crafty" person, you may discover that candles bring out the inner craftsperson in you. It certainly did in me. Even if you've shunned or more appropriately failed, at every other craft, you'll find that candle making is unlike any other craft you've ever done. For one thing, you really don't need to have any inner type of talent. Let's face it, if I can be successful at making candles anyone can! If you're thinking of starting this quite fascinating hobby, then by all means, do. Don't let past failures at craft projects hold you back. Don't let a lack of "craft knowledge" place any type of doubt in your mind. You wil learn all of this o Basic candle making tools o What about waxes? o Adding color to your creations o Another kind of wax - Gel o Adding fragrance to your candles o The part candles played in our past o The burning question of wicks o Troubleshooting your creations o Your own candle making business o Much, much more
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