Updated: Aug 8, 2020
Laurel The Kitchen Candlemaker
"I've been making small-batch, hand poured soy candles since 2015 simply because I wondered if I could."
Through A LOT of trial and error, I've been able to master my homemade process and I'm thrilled to share them with fellow candle lovers. This isn't my "day job" and it's also one of many hobbies (sewing, photography and running to name a few). But it's one that I absolutely love and I believe that love shows in my finished product. I enjoy highly fragrant candles so I prefer to use the maximum amount of fragrance oil that soy wax allows without flooding the wick and forcing the flame to go out. It tends to cost a bit more to do so but I believe it's worth it. https://www.etsy.com/shop/HandMadeByLaurelNY | www.facebook.com/HandMadeByLaurelNY
Follow my shop to be alerted about new items! I'm always trying out new combinations and testing unusual recipes -- especially for my special edition Scents Of Evindale™ Series. This Special Edition Series is inspired by and under exclusive license from the mind that created the dark fantasy setting, The World of Evindale™, Steve Kraus -- evindale.com
I hope you enjoy using my candles as much as I love making them. I welcome all feedback and suggestions so please feel free to message me!
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