4 Essential Candle Making Supplies for Beginners

Posted on: 14 October 2021
Want to start making your own candles, either as a hobby or to sell? It can feel overwhelming when you consider all the supplies you could purchase, but there are only a few essentials that you need to get started. Once you're sure the hobby is for you, you can invest in additional supplies to make your candles even more unique. Keep reading for details on the basic things you should purchase first.
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A Practical Hobby the Whole Family Can Enjoy

Posted on: 13 August 2020
Finding things to do as a family is always a tough ask, and this has only been amplified by the recent COVID-19 pandemic. No longer can you do a lot of the usual activities that many took for granted, such as going to the movies or travelling. Now there is a real increase in the need for at-home activities, which is why candle making has gone through a resurgence. If you are looking for a hobby that everyone can enjoy then here are a few reasons why you should load up on candle making supplies.
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6 Impulse Buy Ideas to Increase Your Store's Profits

Posted on: 28 March 2017
If you're not familiar with impulse buys, you could be missing out on a way to give your business a huge boost without even needing to put in a great deal of effort. It's such a simple concept: with clever positioning of certain products, you can increase the chances of people picking them up and spending a bit of extra cash on them, putting extra profits in your till at the end of the day.
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Finding toddler-safe crafting supplies around the house

Posted on: 8 March 2016
Crafting can be a great way to spend quality time with your toddler. However, given the propensity of toddlers to put everything they can find into their mouth, it is a good idea to make sure that your supplies are safe for the kids. Here are some tips to find and make some crafting supplies from the items you already have around the house. DIY paints If your toddler loves to try and eat their paint, food colouring can be used to make your own paint.
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