Soy Candle Making Workshop Singapore

Add an Outline of Workshop Topics

Outline of Workshop Topics:

• Overview of the History and Benefits of Soy Candles
• Introduction to Candle Making Supplies & Equipment
• Safety Considerations when Crafting Candles
• Basic Techniques for Crafting Wax Candles
• Tips for Crafting Different Styles of Soy Candles
• Understanding Scent Blending for Candle Projects
• Ideas for Personalizing Your Own Candle Projects
• Demonstration on How to Make Soy Container, Wax Pillar and Votive Candles

Include a Photo Gallery

The Soy Candle Making Workshop Singapore was a great success! Participants had a wonderful time learning how to make their own soy wax candles. Everyone worked hard and enjoyed a fun experience, as evidenced by the smiles seen throughout the gallery!



The workshop included all the necessary materials such as soy wax, essential oils, and candle holders. Experienced professionals taught participants how to properly create their own piece of art. Participants chose from a variety of scents which included pleasant orange, refreshing lemongrass and soothing lavender. Everyone was excited to personalize their creations with unique designs.

Take a look at our photo gallery from the workshop below to get a sense of what the atmosphere was like during this special day. We can’t wait for the next one!

Add a Video Demonstration

Embedding or linking a video demonstration to this Soy Candle Making Workshop Singapore would be a great way to provide visuals and extra insight into candle making. Narrated by an experienced and professional candlemaker, it could provide helpful tips on the process and discuss materials needed, something participants can look out for during the workshop, the benefits of soy candles versus regular candles, and why choosing eco-friendly options when it comes to candles is beneficial for everyone! Furthermore, the video could also focus on safety protocols in order to ensure attendees leave with a safe and enjoyable experience.

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Give Recommendations for Experienced Candlemakers

Experienced soy candle makers may find the following resources useful:

1. Brands – CandleScience, NatureWax, EcoSoya, and Golden Wax are all good brands to consider when making soy candles.

2. Tools and Supplies – Needle-nose pliers, wicks in various sizes, wax melt containers, thermometers, and dye chips or wax color blocks can help achieve the desired look and scent for your candle.

3. Websites – Websites such as CandleScience offer an array of information on making candles with their products. They also have a comprehensive blog which provides tutorials, ideas and tips from experienced DIYers. The Candle Maker’s Corner is another great website that focuses on sharing information about soy candle making techniques and fun projects!

4. Blogs – blogs like SoyCandlesBlog provide many helpful articles on topics ranging from troubleshooting wicks to mastering double-boiler technique. Other websites such as Instructables also has a plethora of unique ideas for making soy candles in interesting shapes and sizes!

Showcase Reviews from Previous Attendees

“I recently attended a soy candle making workshop in Singapore and had an amazing experience! The instructor was very knowledgeable and helpful in guiding us through the process, as well as providing tips on different techniques to use. I found it really interesting to learn about how essential oils are mixed into the wax, creating beautiful aromas. By the end of the workshop, we were able to make our own candles from scratch, each with its very own scent. It was an enjoyable and fulfilling experience!”

— Lynette T., Singapore

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“The soy candle making workshop in Singapore that I took part in was absolutely fabulous! Everyone there had an enthusiasm for candle making and scents which made the whole environment quite exciting. The instructor was incredibly wise when it came to mixing fragrances and gave us very valuable advice on what works well together. Not only did I have an enjoyable time learning all these skills but I also left with some beautiful candles that I had created myself – something I can proudly show off!”
— Jack S., Singapore



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