Cinnamon Candle

Cinnamon Candle

Add an aromatic touch to your candles using cinnamon sticks, and fill your home with a scent reminiscent of cinnamon.


Makes 1 candle



Straight Sided Tumbler



Gw464 Soy Wax



Cinnamon Stick  or Fragrance Oil of choice



ECO14 Wick



Wick Sticker



Wood Wick Holder



Safety Label



Bio Glitter (optional)



Golden Honey Dye Block (optional)

approx. 25


Cinnamon Quills



Twine and Rubber band

To make it even easier you could order our candle kit 


Pouring Pitcher
Digital Scales 
Pot For Double Boiler


  1. Add the soy wax to a pouring pitcher, glass pyrex jug, stainless steel jug or old pot and melt the wax using the double boiler method (see below).
  2. Using the thermometer heat wax until 85C, stirring occasionally.
  3. Add in your fragrance to this (5%), stir thoroughly but gently.
  4. Take the jug out of the double boiler and sit aside (on a heat resistant surface) until the temperature comes down to 65C.
  5. While the wax is cooling, use the wick sticker to attach wick to the container making sure it is centred.
  6. Stir the wax again at 65C then pour slowly into the tumbler.
  7. Use the wick bar to centre the wick.
  8. While the jug is warm, clean out with paper towels and a little isopropyl alcohol (if you have it).
  9. Let the candle cool overnight, then trim the wick to 6mm (do this also each time you light it). Let the candle cure for a minimum of 48 hours but ideally up to 2 weeks.  The longer curing time will improve hot and cold scent throw of your candle.
  10. Put a rubber band around the candle jar and slide the cinnamon quills underneath the rubber band working all the way around the jar.
  11. Measure your twine to around 2 metres and cut, wrap it around your jar tightly and tie in a bow.  Cut off the rubber band.


Double Boiler Method

Fill a saucepan with a third of water, bring to the boil and reduce to a gentle simmer. Place the wax into a pouring pitcher, tempered glass or stainless steel jug small enough to fit inside the saucepan and is best if the handle from jug goes over the outside of the pot.  Carefully place the bowl onto the simmering water. Stir wax every now and again as it melts.

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