The Candle Making Workshop Singapore is led by lovely and talented art teachers, passionate artists who are also an Art Educators at The Arts House in Esplanade and many other institutions. They all have a positive energy that make us feel comfortable to ask questions!

They teach you how to make candles with wax sheets and wicking as well as tips on what tools we should have or bring if we plan another candle making session at home. In total there are usually about 20-30 people including some children and everyone’s creations looks so different from one another because of all the colours used!

It is great to see the kids make their own creations! Candle making for children isn’t limited to just paraffin wax candles. They make beeswax, soy wax and hand poured candles as well. It’s really important for us adults (and even older kids) who are so busy with life in general these days – we often don’t take time out of our day-to-day lives or work schedules to do something nice for ourselves like crafts or hobbies such as candle making.

But this workshop allows participants from all walks of life to come together and share knowledge about one thing that they enjoy doing: Candle Making.

Candle makers were taught how to make a variety of different types of candles which can be customized according the type/s cent of candle you want. Candle making is not as difficult as it may look.

The participants learn how to make a variety of different types of candles and discovered that they can even personalize their own fragrance type for each individual candle which eases anxiety about burning an unfavourable scent in your home.

A few things I love about this workshop was that there are no strangers, only friends who shared knowledge or like-minded people who came together to share/teach others something new!

Secondly the location: Candle Making Workshop Singapore happened at The Arts House in Esplanade – such a beautiful place with plenty of greenery around which made me feel far away from bustling city life while walking on lush green grass. It’s also just steps away from Esplanade MRT which can be helpful for few.

I personally love using blue/turquoise wax beads, gold ribbon wrapping paper for my own unique touch. Once again, the Candle Making Workshop Singapore is an excellent experience and I would recommend it to anyone who wants a creative session.