Candle DIY: Candle Color Dye
- Use these candle dye blocks to add color to your candles!
- 6 blocks of dye included
- Recommended to use 6 blocks for large Official Key Items Candle Tin and 3 blocks for small candle tin
- It's your preference depending on how rich or light you want your candle color to be!
- Mix different colors to make your unique candle colors!
I used every color and they all work fine except for the pink. I don't know if my pink cubes were just bad or if the pink color doesn't work in general but we emptied the whole pack of six cubes and it looked like we added nothing even after it all melted.
The other colors worked fine, but they come out very pastel. For instance, the red looks like a soft pink, the green is like luna moth green, and the blue almost looks like purple. I don't mind this because the softer colors are pretty to me!
They absolutely do melt, these people just are impatient. It does take a while. But they melt. If you don't want a craft project to take a while then don't do them ahah.
So far I have only used the red cubes. I put in all six cubes and it took a little while to melt. I just kept stirring until they were melted. Color is vibrant when the wax is liquid, but when it hardens, the red looks more like a very dark pink.