What you'll need:
800g candle wax (makes three teacup candles)
Vintage teacups and saucers
What to do:
First, you need to place the wicks into the teacups. To keep them in place, make a sweet little tool out of skewers - hold two skewers together and tape each end. Then sit the wick in between the two skewers.
Measure out the wax into the heatproof bowl and set it over a pan filled with boiling water on the heat.
When the wax has melted, add the fragrance oil. The amount depends on the quality of the oil and how scented you want the candles to be, but usually a couple of tablespoons is enough.
Pour the wax into the teacups and make sure the wick is in the centre.
Wait for the candle wax to set and then cut the wick to size.
Now you're ready to enjoy your candles! I love the lovely french vanilla scent of mine.
Check back tomorrow for my February sponsor giveaway - lots of great prizes!