Desiring a beautiful candle with an amazing scent is what drove us to make our candles by hand. Offering unique glass containers, amazing scents that have incredible cold and hot throws, and creating custom labels is our passion.
Our candles are hand poured in our Dallas, TX studio. Exquisite attention to detail makes our candles stand out and above the rest.
Our candles are a soy blend wax, offering a clean burn and amazing fragrance.
Our wicks are 100% braided flat cotton and lead free.
Our custom candles are perfect gifts for all occasions such as birthdays, weddings, bridal showers, baby showers, thank you gifts, gifts for co-workers and employees, anniversaries, the holidays and of course for yourself to enjoy. You'll find yourself gifting these beautiful candles again and again. Our quality, presentation and fragrance is what will keep you coming back.
As with all candles, the first burn is the most important. For maximum usage, the first time you light the candle, allow it to burn until the liquid wax covers the entire top of the candle. This process insures that the candle will perform better and more evenly throughout the life of the candle. This will also allow a clean and efficient burning cycle and prevent tunneling.
To prevent a layer of wax that forms around the outside of the jar, allow a complete melt pool across the top of the candle. Burn candles at a minimum of at least one hour for each hour in diameter. For example, burn a 3 inch in diameter candle for a minimum of at least 3 hours each time. Burn long enough to achieve a melt pool that can be seen all the way around the glass.
Trim wicks to 1/4 inch before first burn. To prevent soot, keep wicks trimmed to 1/4 inch. If you notice a large flame during burning, extinguish the candle, let it cool, and trim the wick before re-lighting. Extinguishing candles with a candle snuffer instead of blowing them out can also help prevent soot.
During the fall and winter months, some candles may develop cold spots. This is due to the colder temperatures. Our soy wax blend can slightly contract and expand with a temperature change. This can cause the wax to pull away (cold spots or separation) from the surface of your glass jar. Once the candle is lit, the wax will begin to warm and expand and the clear spots and any bubbles will disappear.
For your safety, our suggestion is not to refill a glass container that has had a candle burned in it. The heat from the flame in a previously burned candle jar may cause tiny heat stress fractures that cannot be seen by the naked eye and may cause glass to break when reused for candle burning processes.
For more Candle Safety Rules please visit the NCA's Candle Safety Page at : http://candles.org/fire-safety-candles/candle-safety-rules/