Embrace the Rosé-All-Day Mantra With This Easy DIY Candle
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Embrace the Rosé-All-Day Mantra With This Easy DIY Candle

Whether you’re on a stylish summer road trip with your besties or simply picnicking with your family, the #roséallday life is next-level fun. And not only can you subscribe to a summer rosé wine club, but you can also express your passion for the sweet pink nectar with some adorable rosé chocolate and even rosé gummy bears. But if you want the pink drink in your life even more, then we have the perfect idea for you. Today we’re gonna show you how to make a rosé scented candle to smell your beloved wine all day long ;)

Materials and Tools:

  • small pot
  • fragrance oils: rose, blonde woods, and musk
  • scissors
  • plastic spoon
  • old unscented candle
  • wick
  • glass
  • old jar
  • knife
  • cutting board
  • label template

Instructions:

1. Cut your unscented candle to create small pieces that are easier to melt.

2. Set up a double boiler system on your stove top and melt the candle.

3. Remove the wax from the heat and add two drops of rose oil, two drops of blonde woods, and finally one drop of white musk and stir.

4. Pour the wax into the container of your choosing. Allow the wax to sit for 30 seconds and then drop in the wick. Place two pencils as shown in the picture below to be sure the wick doesn’t move, and let the candle solidify.

5. Download, print, and cut your fave label.

6. Glue the label in place.

First use your knife to cut your unscented candle to create small pieces that are easier to melt. Then set up a double boiler system on your stove top and melt the candle. Remove the wax from the heat and add your fragrance oils. I’ve tried to recreate the rosé scent using two drops of rose oil, two drops of blonde woods, and one single drop of white musk. Stir and pour the wax into the glass, allow the wax to sit for 30 seconds, and then drop in the wick. I used a chopstick to help push the tab down to the base of the container and center it, then placed two pencils as shown above to be sure the wick didn’t move. Once the candle solidifies, download, print and cut your fave label. Then glue it and you’re done!

While we all know drinking rosé at work isn’t exactly wise, it’s totally acceptable to have a cute candle as a desk accessory, right?

If you liked this rosé-inspired scented candle, follow us on Pinterest for more DIY inspiration.