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Use a Milk Carton as a Candle Mold


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Hold the popsicle stick and wick in place with one hand while pouring with the other. Using a stainless steel measuring cup, scoop up and pour some of the wax into the milk carton mold. Use a milk carton as a candle mold step 3
Fill the carton mold to within 1/4" of the top of the carton. Let cool until the candle wax is hard. The wax will shrink. Top up your candle with enough wax to make the candle top level again. Let the wax cool completely again and repeat the top up if necessary. Trim the wick to 1/4" from the top of the candle. Use a milk carton as a candle mold step 4
Insert a knife between the milk carton and the candle and lift it all around the edges to loosen it from the mold. Make a small cut in one side of the milk carton mold. Start tearing the carton and keep tearing it until the candle is completely free of the mold. Use a milk carton as a candle mold step 5
Place your candle on a candle holder. Make sure it has a large enough base to catch the excess wax that will drip down when you burn the candle. Use a milk carton as a candle mold step 6
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