Candles provide the perfect excuse to slow down and get cozy indoors.
The makers of Willow and Sage want to introduce you to their special interest publication devoted to the art of candle making. The Candle Issue has everything you need to get your creative juices flowing.
This illuminating edition features over 20 candle recipes, the lowdown on the various types of waxes and wicks, tips to keep candles burning longer, creative ways to dress up your candle holders, and so much more!
This issue hits newsstands December 1st, and today you get to take an exclusive look inside.
This handmade candle features the Lingonberry Spice fragrance oil, which is a combination of apple, balsam fir, and cinnamon. Creating this candle couldn’t be easier and once lit creates a cozy vibe for all to enjoy.
The scent of a holiday candle makes every home warm and inviting, and these Sparkling Snowflake Wax Melts will be appreciated well after the holidays with their black plum and fresh pine needle scent.
Bring the fresh fragrance of a spring garden indoors when cabin fever hits or anytime you need to rejuvenate your home with Kristy Doubet Haare’s Spring Garden Hand-Poured Candle recipe.
Johanna Love reminds us that it is up to us to appreciate Mother Nature and when possible shepherd her indoors. These lavender-packaged candles are a great example of appreciating the nature around us. Use them as a center piece for a romantic dinner or as a fun and simple gift!
This eucalyptus and thyme soy candle recipe by Katie Enzenberger is a quick and easy project and the result is worth it. These simple and clean candles smell amazing and make a great thank you or holiday gift.
*The Candle Issue is a special, one-time release and will not be included as part of your standard Willow and Sage Subscription.