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Jaxx Candles is a business inspired by the passion for candles and candle making.

It all started with a few trials of gel candle making in 2002 and the passion for candle making was born. From there it expanded into gifts, events and craft shows. The creativity and inspirations were endless. There was a bit of a hiatus while becoming a Mom of three so during that time it was fun projects and gifts. While creating and learning the joys of candle making, I discovered a passion for soy, but still mainly focused on container candles. That has now expanded into creating with many types of molds and materials to make everything from tea lights, pillar candles, wax melts and novelty candles, as well as offering other aroma products. I am now following my dream and turning my passion into a business. This website is the foundation for not only building a business, but a candle community.

So welcome! Click around and get to know us. We are continuously adding to the website and will be expanding our online product offerings. Whether you burn candles occasionally or are a candle enthusiast with your own business, we welcome you to visit our forum, sign our guestbook, check out our projects and join in the fun. We are planning big things and look forward to meeting many crafters and customers.


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Candle Tip of the Week

How To Light Floating Candles

Floating candles make lovely centerpieces for a dinner party, a welcoming display on a bathroom counter or romantic lights for a pool, pond or bathtub. You can use floating candles anywhere you can find water to float them in. In order to enjoy the effect of floating candles you must first learn how to light the candles, which seems tricky because they are surrounded by water, but is actually very simple.

1. Gently place the floating candles in the body of water you want to float them in.

2. Touch the flame of the candle lighter to the wick of each candle one at a time.

If a floating candle gets wet and the flame goes out, try to relight the candle. Candle wicks are covered in wax, and therefore should relight even if damp as they don't absorb much if any water. If the candle won't relight, however, heat the wick with the candle lighter to dry the wick, then it should relight.