Strange question, but does anyone have any suggestions on how to add an overall slightly sweet fragrance to wax? Or if any wax naturally emits a sweet smell?
I’m having some success making my candles but I find most of them lack a certain base sweetness( if that makes sense at all...)
I think shoppers would want to pick up the candle and sniff it to see what it smells like, so I also think those covers would get bent up, smudged, etc. A few ago, I sewed some little fabric covers for some jars, kind of country style, and I gave some as gifts, but I placed a little tag on it that said to not replace the cover after the candle has burned until it is completely reset and cool. I know people would be aware to remove the paper cover before lighting, but I think it should still say that on the label just in case. With the cover, the hang tag, the label -- that's an awful lot of labeling, imo, and it all says the same thing, I kind of wonder about that.
@Sarah S does clothespins smell like Gain, Island Fresh Gain, Tide, Downy Fresh, Downy Blue, Snuggle, etc... ?
I was going to get a 16 oz of Flannel Sheets, but seen that you think that Clothespins is the best laundry I'm now rethinking what one to get in the # size. Please LMK 😊
The best Sandalwood Vanilla I ever used was Adobe Soap Works but they are no longer in business and I'm hoarding the last amount of oil I have. I have heard that BNL Sandalwood Vanilla is nice but I found it quite light compared to Adobe's version.