by Rustic Escentuals This Tutorial is for making Square Wax Drizzled Tarts using our Square Silicone Soap Mold. There are many things you can do with this mold, but today we are making wax tarts that look like Brownies with Caramel Drizzle on top. they look good enough to eat – but PLEASE DON’T! […]
by Vickey Robinson You can get very creative combining colors and scents to make unique combinations with your soy wax and paraffin wax tarts. These take a little longer than single color/single scent wax tarts, but the project is still fairly simple. Be creative and have fun! Match fragrance oil scents with candle wax colors […]
Let the wax harden. Make sure before you start to remove the wax tarts from the mold that they have completely set up and are hard enough to release easily from the molds. If you try to release them before they have set up enough they may not come out as cleanly.
You're finished! - Your wax tarts are now ready to be packaged or placed into a wax tart warmer so you can enjoy what you just created! For best results for scent strength, allow sufficient time for the tarts to cure. It is usually recommended that you wait at least a week to melt your tarts or candles in order to enjoy the strongest scent throw. Now you can make ghosts, pumpkins, spiders, black cats, or whatever else you can think of! Use different molds for everyday tarts or special occasions!
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