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Why You Should Consider Using Soy Wax When Making Candles

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Although there are many possible ingredients you can use to make candles, soy wax is becoming an increasingly popular choice. Here are some of the advantages of using this type of wax. Natural Firstly, soy wax is an entirely natural product. It is made from soybeans and is an entirely renewable ingredient, as well as being completely vegan. This is in contrast to paraffin wax, which is derived from petroleum and is not a sustainable product. Read More»

Thinking Of Venturing Into Candle Making? 3 Top Tips for the First-Time Buyer

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Making candles is a craft which has been around for centuries. The process is easy and fun when you have the right supplies. People use candles for many reasons, including the basic lighting in their homes, to set the mood for a romantic meeting and for therapy. Candle making has evolved a lot over the years, and you can choose the colour, wax, shape and type you want for the specific use you need candles for. Read More»

Three Crucial Design Tips for Using Custom Picture Frames

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If you have some photographs of great economic or sentimental value, you should plan on framing them. Proper framing will enhance the appeal of the pictures and ensure that the decorative elements boost your interior design. In addition, framed pictures are protected from accelerated deterioration and accident damage. However, you should keep in mind that the aesthetics of your pictures will depend on your framing choices. Therefore, consider using the design tips here to achieve the best results with custom picture frames. Read More»

Crafty Ways to Get Your Toddler Interested in Cooking

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Cooking is a skill that will serve your child well for the rest of their life, so getting them interested while they’re young is a smart move. Try these fun crafts and your toddler will be well on their way to becoming a five-star chef. Paint wooden food together Getting hold of some unpainted wooden fruit is a great way to create fun cooking props together with your child. Print off pictures, look at real food or use a reference book to figure out the right colours together, then use brightly-coloured paints to decorate your wooden food. Read More»