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Spirit Flame Soy Candle DIY and Tarot Reading at American Alchemy

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Spirit Flame Soy Candle DIY and Tarot Reading at American Alchemy

55.00

Saturday, October 21
3 p.m.–5 p.m.

LOCATION

American Alchemy
206 Watson Street
Ripon, Wisconsin, WI 54971

SOY CANDLE DIY

Transform your favorite mug into an adorable soy candle in an interactive candle-making class. The session is led by professional candle-maker Jess Snively, creator of Milton and Margie’s Soy Wax Candles. Her candles have been featured in boutiques throughout The U.S, Japan, and Australia, as well as major retailers, such as Target.

During the class, you’ll learn the nuances of scent theory (complete with a take-home guide) and design your own signature fragrance from Jess’s private collection of eclectic oils. Options range from floral (e.g., Lavender and Juniper) to natural (e.g., Cedar and Eucalyptus) and sweet (e.g., Buttercream and Fudge Brownie) to rugged (e.g., Leather). 

All the supplies are provided, including wax and fragrance oils. You can bring your own container or purchase one at the class. You’ll get 1 lb. of wax, and depending on the size of your container(s), you’ll leave with 1–2 completed candles. (For reference, 16 oz. will perfectly fill a container the size of a standard can of veggies.)

Jess has poured candles in nearly everything that can be described as a “container”—quirkier finds have included a glass cowboy boot, vintage egg cup, honey bear jar, and mug that says “He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother”—so feel free to go on a thrift-shopping spree before class. 

TAROT READING

During the session, tarot expert Mark Levine will read your cards from the beautiful Motherpeace Tarot deck.

"The Motherpeace Tarot has been a wise and loving oracle. A clear mirror, also, that constantly shows the truest face."

~ Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple

MATERIALS TO BRING

Bring your own containers or buy one onsite.

WHAT WILL BE PROVIDED

Jess will provide all the materials for making the candles and have a small selection of containers that you can purchase for $2 each.
 

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Saturday, October 21
3 p.m.–5 p.m.

LOCATION

American Alchemy
206 Watson Street
Ripon, Wisconsin, WI 54971

SOY CANDLE DIY

Transform your favorite mug into an adorable soy candle in an interactive candle-making class. The session is led by professional candle-maker Jess Snively, creator of Milton and Margie’s Soy Wax Candles. Her candles have been featured in boutiques throughout The U.S, Japan, and Australia, as well as major retailers, such as Target.

During the class, you’ll learn the nuances of scent theory (complete with a take-home guide) and design your own signature fragrance from Jess’s private collection of eclectic oils. Options range from floral (e.g., Lavender and Juniper) to natural (e.g., Cedar and Eucalyptus) and sweet (e.g., Buttercream and Fudge Brownie) to rugged (e.g., Leather). 

All the supplies are provided, including wax and fragrance oils. You can bring your own container or purchase one at the class. You’ll get 1 lb. of wax, and depending on the size of your container(s), you’ll leave with 1–2 completed candles. (For reference, 16 oz. will perfectly fill a container the size of a standard can of veggies.)

Jess has poured candles in nearly everything that can be described as a “container”—quirkier finds have included a glass cowboy boot, vintage egg cup, honey bear jar, and mug that says “He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother”—so feel free to go on a thrift-shopping spree before class. 

TAROT READING

During the session, tarot expert Mark Levine will read your cards from the beautiful Motherpeace Tarot deck.

"The Motherpeace Tarot has been a wise and loving oracle. A clear mirror, also, that constantly shows the truest face."

~ Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple

MATERIALS TO BRING

Bring your own containers or buy one onsite.

WHAT WILL BE PROVIDED

Jess will provide all the materials for making the candles and have a small selection of containers that you can purchase for $2 each.