Fall is right around the corner which means you will probably be burning a ton of yummy smelling candles (who is ready for pumpkin spice!). Since fall is candle season, you will mostly likely go through these three phases:
Phase 1: You will sniff out every possible candle in the store until you find that one amazing/yummy candle that satisfies all you nostril senses.
Phase 2: You will bring said candle home and burn it every night for about 4 hours.
Phase 3: You'll get to that point where there will not be that much wax left to burn but all your crafty senses will be tingling because you will not want to throw the jar out.
Once you have reach phase three, you may be asking yourself, how can I reuse this candle jar and how in the world am I going to clean it out? That where this handy dandy blog post comes in. Today I'm going to be showing you my method for cleaning out candle jars. Then I'll be sharing some fun candle jar crafts from around the world wide web.
Butter Knife/Plastic Knife
Also on a side note, you can use a real knife for this step. I just like using a butter/plastic knife because it won't leave any scratch marks on your glass jar.
When you jar is cleaned out, your ready to craft!
Whats your favorite candle scent in the fall? I'm definitely a pumpkin spice girl!