DIY Walnut Candle

I am already excited for spring to come. I’m one of those people who thinks that after Christmas it’s spring… yeah, and that’s not exactly like that since January and February are the coldest months. Anyway, today I decided to do this beautiful and easy DIY to decorate my room with some cherry blossom scented candles.

You’ll need:


little candles



How to do it:

The first thing you need to do is take the nut from its shell (do it carefully so that the shell remains intact).

Once you’ve got all the halves of the nuts that you want (each half will be a candle), you will have to remove the candle wick from the little candle that you already have and place it with glue inside the shell of the nut (you may need a knife to do it).

Put the remaining wax in a double-boiler. Bring the water in the larger pan to boil and let the wax melt while stirring.

When the wax is liquid you will have to pour the hot wax into the shell and fill them making sure that the upper part of the wick is out of the wax.

Let the wax cool. And there you have it.

Now you can light your candle and start smelling spring!!

Let me know if you liked it



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