Of course we had to create this old favourite. A rich sweet confectionary fragrance of ripe rhubarb and vanilla custard to remind you of your favourite childhood sweets. This is certainly my dads favourite…. This ones for you dad!
Candle care / Info
All our candles are hand poured using 100% Soy Wax
We source our supplies from small/medium businesses within the UK
Each candle made goes through a strict temperature process
Each vessel is preheated before the wax is poured
Every candle is cured for a minimum of 2 weeks
Candles come with a dust cover which contains Wildflower Seeds
The glass vessels can be washed out and re-used (plant the Wildflower seeded dust cover?)
Remove seeded dust cover before lighting your candle.
Allow wax to melt to the edge of the vessel to establish a perfect melt pool. Soy wax has a memory and will burn the same as the previous time.
Cut your wick 1/4 inch before each use.
Put something under your candle to protect the surface (coaster as an example)
Keep any lit candle in your sight at all times.
Clean out your finished vessel using soap and hot water.
Place soil in your vessel - break up and soak the seeded dust cover in water overnight - Plant the wet paper in the soil at a depth of 1/4 inch.
Light your candle with seeded dust cover on.
Burn your candle any longer than 3 hours at a time.
Move you candle once lit. The wax and vessel will get hot.
Burn all the way down. The glass can get hot and may cause damage to surfaces
Leave your candle unattended
Leave your candle in any drafty areas. Lighting your candle in a cold area can cause the glass to crack
Leave your lit candle where children or animals can access it.
Leave a lit candle near anything which can easily catch fire, such as curtains and dried flowers etc.