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  1. Never mind, I found some great information. I didn't look hard enough!
  2. Hi all, I have been using palm wax for melts, but would like to find a good soy wax to use instead as the palm needs a pretty hot wax melter. Has anyone here used Golden Wax 416 from Lonestar? Good? Just ok? What is your favorite soy for melts? Thanks so much!
  3. I've never ordered from them but would like to try their odor eliminator. Huh. Not sure why, but I keep getting this message: This site can’t be reached www.communitycandlesupply.com unexpectedly closed the connection. Try: Checking the connection Checking the proxy and the firewall Running Windows Network Diagnostics ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED
  4. Is anyone else having trouble accessing their website? I keep getting "this site can't be reached"...
  5. Thanks, I'll check these out. I use Adobe Photoshop on a very basic level right now and want to look up how to do it but I don't even know what the process is called.
  6. Not quite. It's all done digitally. I have a picture, for instance, and instead of taking a different picture of every candle with the different labels, I digitally superimpose a different JPEG (or whatever it may be) of a label over top the one in the picture... It would make the label look much easier to read as well, which is what I'm going for... I'm probably not making sense...
  7. I read a post from someone regarding this question - not on this forum - and of course I can't find it, but thought I would see if anyone here had insight as this forum is my go to. :-) I hope I can explain this well enough: When taking pics of products, using one really good picture and overlaying different images on that picture is called what? Does it have a name? For example (from what I've seen most of), creating different product pictures to show different candle labels using one picture with different label graphics overlaid on that same picture - so it looks clean and cohesive. Thanks! Tell me if I'm crazy - maybe it doesn't have a name! Dani
  8. Dude. His numbers are all messed up. $18 minus the candle cost of $5.20 is $12.80. I stopped there - can't take the guy anywhere near serious.
  9. Which FB groups? I've been looking for a few... Can you pm me if you can't state publicly?
  10. This is great! I will probably watch more than once. :-) Did he mention trimming the wick between burns? I might have missed it...
  11. I've been playing around with it for the last 6 months or so. I really, really liked it at first, CT and HT both really good. But now I'm starting to get a little frustrated with the HT being very weak with a few fragrances I LOVE. Wicking doesn't seem so tricky, but of course does really change with the scent. I started out with HTP's and am now trying CD's. I would love to hear anyone else's experience with this wax. HT, CT? Additives?
  12. What is the best odor eliminator you've used? I read a discussion on it months ago and cannot find the thread again!
  13. Beautiful! I love, love your labels. Itching to see more pictures.... :-)
  14. Awesome, thanks! I have a place to start. Enjoy your weekend!
  15. Does anyone have a favorite chai fragrance? Coffee fragrances have never worked for me - maybe I should try again. But I would love to find a vanilla or cinnamon chai...
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