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pillow case baby Wax Dipped Primitive Window Candle

Learn how to take a plain candle and turn it into a beautiful wax dipped primitive window candle.

No matter the season, I always want my home to feel welcoming and inviting. On the interior, I do that by creating a warm welcoming scentpillow case baby, having cozy throws, and often times I use lamps instead of overhead lighting.

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But, what about the outside of my home? How do I make it look warm, cozy and inviting? One excellent way to add warmth to the exterior of my home is to adorn my windows with beautiful wax dipped window candles. A sign of welcome and peace, a candle in the window is a beautiful way to add a welcoming and cozy feel to the outside of the home.


battery operated candle: Mine are from WalMart1 cup beeswax pastilles1/4 coconut oil1 tbsp nutmegOld paintbrushMetal container for melting wax

Let me first say that this was a trial and error process. There may be a better way to do this but this is the way that I achieved a lovely primitive country look to some rather boring candles that didn’t match my primitive farmhouse style.

There are several tips that I learned through trial and error while making these wax dipped primitive candles.

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The Christmas season is a wonderful time of the year to add welcoming wax-dipped primitive window candles to all of your window sills to create a warm and inviting feeling. If you make these, would you let me know? I would love to see yours!

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