- Lavender bath salt ($2) DONE
- Lavender sugar scrub ($2.50) DONE
- Lavender scented wickless candle pucks ($0.50)
- Spa towel ($7)
- Lavender scented Catalytic Lamp oil (you know like Lampe Berget oil) ($2.50)
- Lavender linen water ($1.50)
- Lavender reed diffuser (Not done yet so I don't have an approximate cost)
- Candle in a glass jar
- Essential oil (I used lavender but you can use what ever scent you like)
- Ice cube tray or old wax cube container
Method:I will start off by saying you need to be very cautious when doing this. I do not know if these candles are meant to be put into boiling water...so just be careful and use safety precautions. I did not have any problems with cracking glass, but just keep a close eye on it.
I boiled a pot of water and carefully placed my prayer candle into the water, being careful not to get water into the wax. To be honest with you, I think a fatter shorter candle in a glass container would work a million times better than this tall skinny version. But this is what I had on hand so it is what I used.
You will see in the photo below that the essential oil sits in the middle of the wax when it is dropped in. I used a toothpick to stir it around so it was distributed within each wax cube. This is not critical because once you melt the wax in the warmer, it will all mix together.
Please note that I have read that using non-Scentsy wax in a Scentsy burner will void its warranty.
Up next, the oil for my Lampe Berger! I was at a store yesterday and they wanted $24 for a refill where mine cost me $2.50 to make! So excited to share this one.
Since tomorrow is Thanksgiving for many of you, I though I would share this one more time because I love it so much. (see here for the original post and instructions to download it) I am Thankful for...
For all my friends and family in the United States, have a great Thanksgiving and eat a little turkey for me!