Today I tried something new: ran my first ever candle-making workshop for a hens’ party, and had so much fun! I hope you all enjoy your scented soy candles, thanks for organising @amberscottharvey 🍾🐥☕️🕯🥂🎉
We are getting ready!
Come stop by our etsy page at 3:21 pm EST tomorrow & celebrate our rebrand with us! 😍
Many exciting announcements, it's gonna be a busy day, see you all there! 🕯️🐶♥️ #CharlieMooseRebrand
#MarchMeetTheMaker Day 20: Tools & materials 🛠 The tools of the trade are pretty modest: old pots converted into makeshift double boilers, fabric scissors for trimming wicks, glass jars, clothespins for holding wicks, carefully selected fragrance oils, silky soft soy wax flakes. They’re kind of poetic all laid out like this 💕🕯
#MarchMeetTheMaker Day 19: (I’m late again!!) Can’t live without: ☕️ COFFEE. I feel like a Dilbert comic with my coffee addiction, but hey, I know what I need to wake up and function, and it happens to be hot bean water. Don’t judge me! ☕️☕️☕️
#marchmeetthemaker @joannehawker day 20 •materials and tools• These are some materials that are essential to soy candle making. Wicks and fragrance oils! All the wicks I use are cotton and the fragrances are phthalate free. I love trying new fragrances and mixing custom scents.