Wondering what this year’s best christmas candle for your home might be? Look no further than Lemon Canary’s gorgeous Christmas Advent Candle made with natural soy wax, organic essential oils, fine fragrance, love and plenty of attention to detail. This is the perfect Christmas candle for all of December.
Enjoy the sweet smell of Sugar Plum and Christmas Spice as you countdown the days until Santa arrives. It’s fun and interactive for you and your family, as you mark the days and light the candle in anticipation of that wonderful day of the year.Read More
“A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way for others.” Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
It’s coming to that time of the year again when we show our appreciation for one of the most noble professions in our community… our children’s teachers.
My mum was a teacher, so I remember each year the pile of presents she would receive from her adoring students. She loved the gifts, but when the end of year haul came home there were few presents that really stood out. I didn’t mind… it was the many boxes of chocolate I was more interested in!Read More
Is once a year really enough to say “Thanks”, “I love you” or “You are special”? Ever thought of gifting a monthly subscription box to your friends or family this Christmas? It’s the perfect gift that keeps giving with zero effort required on your part. What a joy to receive a box of thoughtfully curated box joy over and over again. How it works is you order once, decide how many boxes you want delivered and how often your subscription should arrive. It might be monthly or quarterly. Subscription boxes are fun and often full of surprises. Here’s 4 subscription boxes we love giving and receiving at Lemon Canary.
Organic Subscription Box
Travel Tin Soy Candle Subscription
Classic Votive Soy Candle Subscription
Lucky Dip Wellness Gift box
Aussie Beekeeper, Chris Blamire, has added fuel to the debate on whether beeswax candles are better, healthier and more sustainable than other natural wax candles. Mr Blamire said, “Natural and organic product lovers might be shocked if they knew the truth about beeswax. I won’t use it for candles, even when the wax comes from my own chemical free organic hives.”
So what could be wrong with such an incredible wax made by the honey bee, one of the most amazing creatures on planet earth? Is this beekeeper a vegan, animal loving eco warrior who won’t use or consume anything produced from or by an animal out of principle? We asked him, this is what he said, “No, I’m not vegan but I do think there’s a lot to be said for a plant based diet. And I’m not an animal activist… But I love bees and they’re in trouble. And when the bees are in trouble, we are in trouble”.Read More
In a nutshell
(for those who won’t read this whole info guide:))
STEP 1: Set up your containers / vessels
Ensure vessel is completely clean and dry before starting. Any residues, dirt and water may affect the end result. Securely fit the wick to the centre of the vessel by using the sticker and pressing down firmly. Centre the wick using the wick holder (paddle pop stick) then gently pull to straighten wick. Use the wooden peg to hold in place.
STEP 2: Melt the wax
Use the double boiler method for melting the wax. A saucepan with water and a glass bowl fitted on top works quite well. Melt so the wax is completely liquid. Use an infrared or mercury thermometer to heat wax to 65°C-85°C. Then pour wax into your pouring jug. Tare the weight of the jug then weigh to measure the amount of wax in grams. We do not recommend using a microwave for melting wax.Read More