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Who doesn’t love the wonderful smell of candles? This is the perfect time of year where, the leaves are changing and the weather is just perfect! Fall has officially arrived, and what better way is there to invite this gorgeous season into your apartment than with pumpkin spice candles? But wait, there’s no need to purchase this delectable scented candle when you can make it at home for half the price! Follow this wonderful 6-step easy process to make pumpkin spice candles by SheUncovered.com:


-4 small glass mason jars (or 2 big)
-2 tablespoons of pumpkin spice
-1/2 cup liquid oil such as olive or nut oils (I used walnut oil)
-one package of bleached candle wick (at least 12 inches)
-1 lb premium candle wax
-medium-sized kitchen pot


1.Bring pot with oil to a very light simmer over low heat without boiling it. Stir in pumpkin spice. Remove from heat and set aside to cool. Place pumpkin spice infused oil in a jar and infuse for a couple days.

2. Place wax chips into a pot, setting the temperature to medium-high heat.

Adding 4 tablespoons of stearic acid to the wax is optional. This is not required; however, stearic acid makes the wax harder and more durable.

3. Let the wax cool for a few minutes.

4. Add wick to jar and use tape to keep it up straight.

5. Add oil to mason jar and fill remainder of mason jar with wax then stir to combine wax and oil. Do not pull on the wick.

6. Place in freezer for 15-20 minutes and enjoy!

Image & Recipe Source: sheuncovered.com

Candles add the perfect touch to any space. You can use them when you are relaxing, entertaining guests, or maybe even as a gift for your family and friends during the holiday season. Let us know how your homemade pumpkin spice candles turn out!

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  1. Sean Collins says:

    Candles with smell and color are very attractive.
    Thanks for providing such useful information.

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