Product Review – Jewelry In Candles
The jewelry found in our candles will range from $10 to several thousand dollars. You will discover jewelry ranging from silver plated or gold plated jewelry some with stones made from cubic zirconia or other materials. As the value of the jewelry you discover increases you will find titanium jewelry, solid sterling silver, solid yellow gold and solid white gold and may include real diamonds, rubies or other precious jewels.
As you burn your candle down the jewelry is encased fully in foil wrapping to protect it during the burning process. Simply remove the package once you see it; open it up and view your prize.
We were sent a set of wax tarts to review – in Apple scent. We could see foil popping through the bottom of one of the tarts so of course we could not wait and melted that one first. It is like taking the prize out of the cereal box – ideally you grab it once the cereal is down to the prize. But in reality we know we all ripped open that bag and dug out the prize before having the first bowl of cereal when we were kids. It only took about ten minutes in my electric melting pot before I was able to fully retrieve the foil wrapper. Then I simply used warm water and soap to clean off the earrings fully.
Our wax tarts had a surprise pair of earrings in them. I couldn’t be happier with the surprise. Perfect. Now I just need to keep them away from my daughter. At eight years old we battle over jewelry, makeup (which she isn’t allowed to wear) and more.
You can purchase your own Jewelry Candles HERE.
You can even become a Jewelry In Candle Rep HERE.
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