Loaf Pan Candle

June 2nd, 2009 in member junk     
JunkinLindsey JunkinLindsey, member
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Here's what I did with my antique industrial loaf pan! About 10 pounds of soy wax chips infused with "Honey Cinnamon Cake" oil and 12 zinc core wicks came together to form four loaves of yummy goodness. I wish I could upload the fragrance! 


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, vintage, tabletop, metal, container, centerpiece, cottage, industrial, candle holder, country, white, living room, dining room, traditional, great room, candle, wax, loaf, pan

Comments (9)

Cocalotta writes:

This turned out very nice. I bet it smells as good as it
looks. A great way to salvage old cook pans.
Thanks for sharing. Posted: 10:21 pm on December 17th
italianpeasant writes: GREAT & SO COOOOOL!!! YOU'RE A HOOT :) GIO Posted: 8:17 pm on June 12th
CottageElements writes: Mmmm good! I'm sure it smells just devine! And beautiful when lit I'm sure!

Lani Posted: 9:40 pm on June 3rd
shabbychick writes: That was made to hold candles - it just didn't know it until now!! Great job, and I bet it smells divine!

Thanks for sharing!

Kathy Posted: 2:04 pm on June 3rd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: I was trying to take a peek at this with your table post. Glad you shared a closeup! It's fantastic and I bet the smell is yummy!
Candy Posted: 7:50 pm on June 2nd
monakent writes: YUMMY!!!!! Love the look and can only guess you will want this candle lit all the time!!!! Wonderful you have 3 wicks in each - wish all big candles did. GREAT idea. gailmaire Posted: 2:28 pm on June 2nd
writes: NICE!!

:-) JennyK Posted: 2:04 pm on June 2nd
suewhitney writes: Nice candle! What a great idea for the loaf pans. It looks great sitting on top of your new table.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 11:21 am on June 2nd
alicemom writes: Me too! Of course I would be hungry all the time! Great look in the tins.
smiles, alice Posted: 10:49 am on June 2nd
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