1- With the hot glue gun, glue a wick to the bottom of each glass jar, in the center.
2-Pour the soy wax into a large measuring cup and place in a pot of water. Melt the wax in this bain-marie over low heat.
3- Meanwhile, make your supports. Cut out 5 squares slightly larger than the opening of the pots. Cut out one side of each square to the center with a small hole in the center.
4- Once the wax is melted, add 10 ml (2 tsp.) of boreal forest fragrance extract and mix well.
5- Pour the melted wax into each jar, taking care not to pour on the wick.
6- On each pot, place the prepared cardboard tutor so that the wick stands straight in the center.
7- Let cool for 3 hours or until wax sets and cut off the end of any wicks that are too long.
8- For the decoration, cut a small piece of rope long enough to make a small knot and a loop. With your hands, detach 2 small pieces of the pine branch and glue them to the back of the loop with hot glue. Place this decorative loop on the candle with the hot glue. And there you go, a beautiful natural decorative candle that smells wonderful!