Thursday, November 13, 2014

Bee's Wax Christmas Ornaments

My cousin Amy brought a crock pot full of bee's wax on her visit last weekend.  We wanted to make a few projects with it.  When I went downstairs to find candle wick to make candles, I found a Christmas chocolate mold instead and I thought to make ornaments with it.

Once the wax was melted, we held a piece of string in place in the mold for the loop, then we ladled in the wax with a plastic spoon.  I guess when you work with bee's wax, you want to use disposable utensils or ones dedicated to bee's wax. It's hard to get off. Once they started to harden around the edges, I placed the mold in the fridge to harden.  The cavities were quite small, so they took about 20 mins to harden.  I'm sure as they cure they will lose the shininess and get a white kind of coating on them like I've seen on other bee's wax items. 

I think they are gorgeous and so old fashioned!  Here are a few of them;




This post is linked up to; Living Well Spending Less; Hope in Every Season; Sew Crafty Angel; The Homesteading Hippy  The Dedicated House

7 comments:

  1. These are really adorable! Thanks for linking up on the Wake Up Wednesday link party! Hope to see you this Tuesday night! You might be featured! :)

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  2. Your ornaments are awesome. Thank you for sharing with us at Wake Up Wednesday Linky Party. We are featuring your post tomorrow night. Hope you will join us again.
    Angel

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    1. Wow, thank you Angel. That is totally awesome.
      God bless.

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  3. Congrats! you have been featured on Wake Up Wednesdays for this post.
    Check it out here- http://tanyaanurag.blogspot.com/2014/11/wake-up-wednesday-linky-43.html

    Cheers,
    Tanya

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