We would really like to thank everyone for all of the help and support you have given us. This past month has been overwhelmingly Great! With all of the support and great response we have received, we just can't fathom how appreciative we are. Any goals we set for our first week was broken the first day, every goal we set was overcome 100 times faster than we originally thought. We had our first monthly giveaway and received way more entries than we ever dreamed of. We are now days into our second month giveaway and are getting a great response! We are constantly looking for new ways to implement new and exciting candles and contests for all of you.
We would like to Thank you once again for all of the support and help each one of you gave us, we are so appreciative.
What should you do when you have some leftovers from Christmas? Mark them down and try to sell them. Until we can sell them or next Christmas comes, they are marked down to $6...
We have been testing out the new 4oz candles and have been making a lot of progress. We are hoping to roll them out in a few weeks in single and variety packs of four. Prices are still being calculated but will be announced when they are released for sale.
We were brainstorming. For those of you who want to try one of our candles but thinks 8oz candles are to much for sampling, how about a 4oz candle? They are not for sale just yet, so calm down. We are currently in our testing phase of this new size. When we get them perfected we will announce its release on our Facebook page. Comment and let us know what you think...
I am in the process of cleaning, melting, and making Beeswax Candles
So far I am in the cleaning and melting stages of making beeswax candles. I am hoping to offer these candles specific times of the year because of the process involved with making them. The beeswax I am using is sourced from a local Beekeeper and who has, (I would like to think has been saved for me.) stockpiled this wax for years.
If you really like Beeswax Candles come back for updates on the process of this beautiful wax.
This is what Beeswax looks like after melting and filtering for the first time. Depending on the process you use, you could process the Beeswax up to five times or more in order to clean the wax enough to use it for candles or other products.