Yes, You Can Totally Make This Trendy Bubble Cube Candle

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Candles are the perfect accent piece for so many areas of your home: on a coffee table, perched on a shelf, or providing a nice pop of color on your bedside table. It's no wonder that this bubble cube design has been trending lately: it's so cheeky and fun. Luckily, you can learn how to create your own candles so you're never without.

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We like to use soy wax because it melts so well and is so easy to work with. Oh, and one warning: you might just become more than a little addicted to this DIY. It's that good.

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Step 1

Fill a saucepan with water (about a quarter full), and bring to a gentle boil. Place the pitcher in the hot water and fill the pitcher with wax (about three-quarters full). Using the bamboo skewer, stir occasionally until the wax melts.

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Step 2

Pour the wax into a mason jar and add a small pinch or two of the colored candle wax. (In whatever color you choose.) A very little bit goes a long way. Remember that the melted wax is clear and once it dries it becomes a cloudy color. You can mix colors to get the hue you desire. For the green candle featured here, I mixed green and a bit of coffee color.

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Step 3

Thread the wick through the mold. If there is not a hole in the center top, you can create one using a thumb tack. You want the top of the wick to poke through at the opposite end of where you're pouring.

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Cut a bamboo skewer in half and place each piece over the top of mold, holding the bottom of the wick in place. Slowly pour the wax into the mold.

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Step 4

After the hot wax has cooled into a solid candle, simply pull the sides of mold off the candle. Trim the wick, and your candle is now ready to light up.

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