A craftsman's book for the making, decorating, and small businesses of candles is an explicit guide for all areas. From the...

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THE CANDLE BOOK

A craftsman's book for the making, decorating, and small businesses of candles is an explicit guide for all areas. From the equipment and preparations necessary, to the types of molds available (around the house -- milk cartons, jelly and fish molds -- or ways in which to make them), this covers the means of achieving various colors (crayons or oils), goes on to glitter and glamour that can be applied along with mobiles, shells, designs in sealing wax. There is the waxing of flowers, ways in which to dress up hurricane (patio) candles and holders; ideas for special days and seasons; table, mantel and room decor with candles. And finally how to make a profit from this hobby, with rules for setting up and running a small business.

Pub Date: Oct. 10, 1956

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Barrows

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1956