Make a terrarium candle that looks as lovely as it smells

Combine your love for succulents and candles to create a charming terrarium candle. A few faux succulents and a handful of small stones instantly transform a jar into a tiny terrarium. Gel wax shows off the interior contents, while a few drops of orange scent make the candle smell as sweet as it looks.
Feel free to customize the jar into the miniature landscape of your choosing. Switch things up and use faux coral, shells and a blue dye in the gell wax to create an aquarium. No matter which style you go with, your guests are sure to be delighted by this whimsical world in a jar. Make one for yourself and one for the green thumb in your life.
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Materials
- Tall jar
- Small, smooth stones
- Miniature faux succulents
- Wick with a zinc base
- Centering device
- Melting pot
- Stove or hot plate
- Gelly Wax
- Orange candle scent
- Twine
- Scissors
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Instructions
1. Fill the bottom of a jar with a handful of small stones.
2. Stick one or two miniature faux succulents on top of the rocks. Position as desired.
3. Place a wick into the jar. Use a centering device to hold the wick in place.
4. Fill the bottom of a melting pot with Gelly Wax. Warm it on medium heat until the wax has melted. Add a few drops of orange candle scent or the scent of your choice.
5. Pour the melted wax into the jar. If there are any bubbles on the wax surface, pop them with a toothpick.
6. After the wax has set, remove the centering device and trim the wick.
7. Tie some twine around the mouth of the jar. Finish with a bow and trim with the scissors.
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