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Kalamazoo Candle Co. for the win! We had custom label candles made for a family wedding. Amy was a delight to work with. I have had nothing but positive experiences with your company.

Thanks for the awesome review! We're so glad you were happy with the custom labels and Amy's service.
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Kalamazoo Candle Co. for the win! We had custom label candles made for a family wedding. Amy was a delight to work with. I have had nothing but positive experiences with your company.

The Best Candles

I received my first one in a gift basket. I’ve bought 2 candles twice and plan on becoming a repeat customer! I’m already planning on buys some for Christmas gifts!

Thanks for the great review, Jane! As you already know, they make perfect gifts! Just as much fun to give them as it is to receive :)
The Best Candles

I received my first one in a gift basket. I’ve bought 2 candles twice and plan on becoming a repeat customer! I’m already planning on buys some for Christmas gifts!

Thanks for the great review, Jane! As you already know, they make perfect gifts! Just as much fun to give them as it is to receive :)
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Great I love your products,

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Congrats on receiving your DIY Candle Making Kit from Kalamazoo Candle Company! Are you ready to get cooking? Let's go. All you need are two pots (one larger, one smaller and that you don't mind being coated in wax forever), a burner, and something to stir with. We also highly recommend using a thermometer. 

  1. Melt the wax (1lb) using a double boiler. The best way to go about this to dump the wax into your small pot (old coffee cans also work well in place of the small pot), fill the large pot half full with water and set the small pot inside the larger. If you notice a lot of the water evaporating while heating, feel free to add more water to the large pot. If using a thermometer, keep in small pot to monitor the temperature of the wax. 
  2. While your wax is melting on the burner, add your fragrance oil directly into your candle jar.
  3. Once the wax is fully melted (for safety purposes, wax shouldn't be over 175 degrees), pour into your candle jar leaving about 1/2" to 3/4" room at the top for the wick and lid. 
  4. Slowly stir the wax and fragrance oil mixture for about two minutes ensuring they are fully blended. 
  5. Set and center the wick in the jar and you're done (it helps to straighten the wick as best you can before putting it into the jar)! Give yourself a pat on the back - You just made your own Kalamazoo Candle Company Candle.