Recycled Candle Wax Air Freshener

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Make a pretty air freshener using leftover scented candle wax. It can be cut into fun shapes using a cookie cutter. This is a page about recycled candle wax air freshener.
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February 10, 2012

Use candle wax scraps to make an air freshener.

Approximate Time: About one hour

Supplies:

Instructions:

This craft is not for children.

  1. Melt scented candle wax. I use a glass container set into my candle warmer.
  2. Spray a sheet of wax or parchment paper with Pam or equivalent.
  3. Carefully pour hot melted candle wax onto wax or parchment paper.
  4. Use cookie cutter to cut out the design.
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  6. At this point the wax will be similar to cookie dough and be able to be removed from around the design. **Caution, you are working with warm wax**.
  7. Use a toothpick to make a hole if you are going to hang it from a ribbon on shower rings.
  8. Otherwise, leave on wax paper until hardened and ready to place on a plate.

You room will smell so nice from the scented candle wax.

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