We often come across small websites whose ideas we really love to share and this article from Ms. Dawn’s DIY Homesteader website is a good one with tons of great projects, mostly done on the cheap. These mason jar candles have incredible aromas and are easy and inexpensive to make for decoration, for gifts, and as emergency candles. These candles are beautiful and unique and since they can be customized, they make for excellent gifts for friends and loved ones. They are easy and inexpensive to make, and they’re handy as emergency candles. All you need are a few household items and a few items from the hardware store and these can be made in no time at all!
This is what you will need for each jar you will want to make:
1- 1/8 Nipple- Yes, they are called that and you can find them in the lighting section at places like Home Depot or Lowe’s with all the spare lighting parts.
You need Lamp Wicks 100% Cotton you find these in craft stores or make your own out of Recycled T-shirt 100% cotton. Cut it into strips about 2 inches wide. If it gets too thin the wick will burn faster.
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