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Make Your Own Candle

Course Overview

In this hands-on workshop, you'll learn how to create your own eco-friendly candles using natural ingredients and reusable materials.⁠

Our facilitator will also share insights on sustainability and circular economy trends as well as the interesting history of candle use and the evolution of materials used.
⁠By learning to make your own soy wax candles and reusing glass containers, you can reduce your environmental impact while creating beautiful and fragrant candles for your home or to give as gifts.

Whether you're a seasoned crafter or simply looking to live more sustainably, this workshop is a great way to learn new skills and connect with your friends.⁠


⁠In this session, you will make two candles, one of which you will take home for yourself the second will be donated to survivors of domestic violence to light up their new home.⁠

Once you finish using your candle at home, you can swap it with CandleXchange for a new candle 30% cheaper. ⁠

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CandleXchange

Founded by Hayley Clarke and Karen Platt in 2021, CandleXchange is a home fragrance brand with the circular economy at its core. The Sydney-based venture focuses on natural materials, zero landfill, and reusing containers, offering a unique ‘Return & Swap’ solution that enables eco-conscious consumers to return empty home fragrance containers for new, hand-poured, natural fragrance products. With a mission to tackle the problem of single-use ‘home fragrance’ containers and packaging waste ending up in landfills, CandleXchange has set an ambitious target of stopping one million empty, single-use home fragrance containers and 100 tonnes of packaging waste from ending up in landfills by 2030.

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(02) 9922 2299
Monday to Friday - 10:00am to 6:00pm
220 Miller St, North Sydney - Back of Ted Mack Civic Park