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DIY Scentsy Candle

DIY Scentsy Candle

Create a DIY Scentsy Candle with just a few supplies and easy steps.  Do you love Scentsy wickless candles?  I have them all over the house but hate having to throw out all of that wax!  Don’t let the wax from your Scentsy bars go to waste when they loose their scent.   I love making beautiful projects with something that would have otherwise been discarded.

Originally shared on Capturing Joy.

DIY Scentsy Candle

Supplies needed for this project:

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Scentsy wax bars that have lost their fragrance

125ml mason jar

wooden dowel

6-8″ candle wick


wick tab (optional)

fragrance oil (optional)

*you can also find candle making supplies at Michaels.

DIY Scentsy Candle

How to make this DIY Scentsy Candle:

  • Cut the candle wick to match the height of the mason jar.  
  • Attach a wick tab to one end of the wick.  
  • Tape the other end of the wick to the center of the dowel.  
  • Place the dowel over the centre of the mason jar.  
  • When your Scentsy wax is ready to be discarded simply pour the melted wax into the mason jar.  
  • Before it cools add a drop of fragrance oil (optional).  
  • As you continue to fill the jar, layers of wax will build up to create a candle.  

It will take 2-3 Scentsy wax bars to fill a small sized mason jar.  If you use your Scentsy warmers more often, consider choosing a larger mason jar to create a bigger candle.

DIY Scentsy Candle

Tips for DIY candle making:

This little mason jar candle took me about six months to fill as I only use my Scentsy warmers once a week or so.  I kept the jar in the same place that I store my Scentsy bars for easy filling.  I love how it turned out with the layers of colourful wax.  And it actually smells great too!  

If you would like to add more scent to the candle you can purchase fragrance oils from Micheals.  Add the oil to this DIY Scentsy Candle to give it more fragrance or extent the life of your Scentsy wax by adding a drop to the melted wax in your Scentsy warmer.  As always be sure to use care when burning candles and use in a well ventilated area where they will not be left unattended.

I’ve made these mason jar cinnamon candles with the boys as well and they loved it!

Would you make one of these DIY Scentsy Candles?

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Hello, I’m Heather!

I'm an active mom of twin boys who is always looking for opportunities to inspire creativity through fun crafts, do-it-yourself projects and delicious recipes. This blog has been an integral part of supporting my little family and I am so grateful to have you become a part of our journey! Let's create together... Read more...

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