This is 100% beeswax sheet is great for making hand-rolled candles.
Sheets are 8-1/2 inches x 16-3/4 inches.
How To Make Rolled Beeswax Candles
Step 1: Warm the Beeswax Sheets
Step 2: Cut the Beeswax Sheets to Size as Needed
The second step is to choose how many candles you want. You may want to turn the beeswax sheet in the direction that best fits your needs. For example, if you want tall tapers, turn the sheets in the direction that would produce the tallest height and only cut as needed.
If you want shorter candles with a wider width, do the opposite and cut each beeswax sheet to your desired candle height.
Step 3: Cut Candle Wicks
After deciding on the number of candles you want and cutting each beeswax sheet to size as needed, it’s time to prepare the candle wicks. Lay the candle wick from the spool across the long side of your beeswax sheet. Leaving about a half-inch of wick out from the top of sheet cut candle wicks to size.
Step 4: Secure the Candle Wick
Place one cut wick at the edge of the long side of a beeswax sheet. Press the wick into the beeswax sheet lining up with the edge while leaving half an inch of wick extended from the top of the sheet.
Then tightly fold the beeswax sheet over the wick to secure it in place. If the sheet feels too hard or stiff to roll slightly warm it up with a hairdryer or heat gun designed for candle making.
Step 5: Roll the Beeswax
Carefully roll the wax sheet up tightly and evenly as possible. When you come to the end gently press the seam into the candle seal. You may also warm the edge of the wax before finishing the roll with a heat gun for a smoother seal.
Then trim the wick to ¼ of an inch and repeat for as many candles as you are making.
Once rolled, these candles are ready to use! There’s no waiting time for candle wax to harden and cure.