Find a cute reusable mason jar or container that you like to make these fall scented candles by Angie Holden via YouTube. I love how simple this DIY candle is because there is a lot of dumping to make this. There are no tricky steps and takes less than 5 minutes to make. I think what is cool about these fall scented candles would be the droplets of essential oils. I love essential oils and they smell so good and I can only imagine what they would smell like in this mesh of ingredients. Plus, it’s cool to see how the smell will arrive from this type of candle. I would’ve never thought about this idea, but I love how creative Angie is.
- Floating candles
- 2 tbsp cloves
- 3 – 4 cinnamon sticks
- 5 drops orange oil
- 5 drops thyme oil
First, add all of your ingredients to your jar and fill it up with water. Then, add the droplets of essential oils to the mixture and stir it around.
Next, add your candle to the mason jar and light it up. Place these candles anywhere on your dining table or in your room for decor.
Overall, this is a simple fall scented candle that is super pretty. I love how you can see all of the oranges and cloves floating around in the jar. This makes an aesthetically pleasing project to have as decor or centerpiece for a table. I love all of the fall ingredients that this fall scented candle entails, and it would be simple to add other supplies that you might prefer. In conclusion, this would be a fun DIY project to make with a group of friends because these supplies can be bought in bulk.