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Beekeepers love candle making! They can add value to the beeswax that their bees produce, and they can do it in the off season during those long winter nights. Whether one rolls or pours the candles, it takes only a small investment to get started in candle making. For beekeepers faced with the low prices for the honey when compared to maple syrup, it is a welcome change to be able to produce the Mercedes of candles, the beeswax candle.

Remember, beeswax like all wax can be flammable when overheated. Follow directions in your candle books as to the maximum temperature to which you can safely heat your wax. Please don't be distracted when making candles - pay attention and you will experience hours of enjoyment.

 
Kits
 
Everything you need to get started fast
 
Books
 
Everything you need to know to make your own candles
 
Wax
 
White and Yellow filtered Beeswax and Bayberry wax
 
Wicking
 
High quality cotton wicking for all your candle making needs
 
Candle Maker's Tools
 
High quality tools to make your candle making experience more productive and enjoyable
 
Molds
 
A wide selection of styles, shapes, and sizes
 
Packaging & Labels
 
A full line of products to package the candles you worked so hard to make
 
Candles
 
A selection of beeswax votive and taper candles