Best DIY Candles – How To Make Easy Hershey Kiss Candles! Have fun making these super easy DIY Candles. In this step by step tutorial or watch the video tutorial you will learn how to make Hershey Kisses Candy Candles. These DIY candles make for a super cute room decor idea as well as a fun and easy craft project idea. These DIY candles would make a great gift idea too! Or they would make great candle to sell. You can add a chocolate scent to make it more like a scented chocolate Hershey Kiss. You can also mix up the colors and make them white chocolate or hugs to create a different candle design. Get ready to follow these easy candle recipe to make the most creative and unique candle!
You will need brown candles (I used taper candles – about 3 to 4)
Break the candle into pieces in a microwave safe bowl and remove the wick.
Melt with the double broiler method or in the microwave on 20 to 30
second increments into it is fully melted
Coat the inside on a Hershey Kiss mold (get it here) – I coated mine
with olive oil
Hot glue a piece of aluminum foil to the bottom to close the hole
Poke a small hole in the middle of the aluminum foil with a toothpick
Place a candle wick in the hole that was just made
Hot glue the wick to the aluminum foil to hold in place
Place the Hershey Kiss mold in a glass to make sure it is stable
Pour the melted candle into the mold – once it is full place in refrigerator
or freezer to firm up
Once it is ready remove the aluminum foil (you may need to trim wick)
Flip over – gentle tap and it will come loose (pretty easy)
And that is how you make these easy DIY Hershey Kiss Candles
Light it and use as room decor or give it as a gift!
I hope you enjoyed this fun and creative DIY candle idea! These were so fun to make and always make a great conversation topic. I love to make them and give them as gifts – great for neighbors and co-workers. I hope you found the step by step instructions with pictures helpful or the Youtube video tutorial helpful with this easy and simple diy candle recipe. You can add a chocolate scent to make these scented candles or use essential oils too. If you would like more DIY candle ideas or designs you can check out Pinterest where you can find: diy candles to sell, Starbucks candles, diy candles with crayons, soy diy candles, Christmas candles, diy candles for kids, natural diy candles and so much more. I hope you enjoyed this DIY craft project – until next time have a good one!