Check the color on the white paper. Put more color chip if the color is too light. mix the fragrance oil when the wax becomes about 70°C(158°F). Pour the soy pillar wax at about 60 degrees. Warm up the mold with a dryer or heater. Because if the mold is cold, the surface of the candle will be rough, not smooth. Tilt the mold on a stand to make a diagonal line design.
(Any stuff which can hold up the mold would be Okay!) It is better to use a funnel so that the wax doesn’t get to the side when you pour it. Warm up the mold, both inside and outside. If some wax gets on the mold, make it clean by melting it. Don’t forget to warm up the mold. It will have a sink hole when it hardens.
So I’ll pour it in two or three times. Pour slowly, making sure the line thickness is constant. Now funnel is no more required.
Please remember the wick is at the center. Warm up the mold and fill the sink hole. Stand the mold upright and fill the rest part. This process is for snowflake decoration.
You can skip it if you want a simple candle. This silicon mold should also be warmed up to make a clean snowflake. Make it thick, or it will be broken when it is removed from the mold. Place a foil sheet, melt the thick part of the snowflake, and attach it to the candle. Put the ice water underneath and pour out all the remain wax. Scraping the hardened wax from the surface to make a snowy decoration. Attach the warm snowy wax to the candle quickly.