Natural Beeswax Sheets (10-pk)

4.88 out of 5
(8 customer reviews)




Material (Wax): 100% Pure Colored Beeswax Sheets 8*8inch;
Scent: Natural Honey Smell;
Additional Decorations: no;
Wicks: 118inch of 100% Cotton Wick;
General Items: 1x Manual Instruction & 1x Gift Box With Modern Design.

8 reviews for Natural Beeswax Sheets (10-pk)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Geneva ThomasGeneva Thomas

    I really like this kit. It comes with wicks and there is paper between the sheets to prevent sticking. The color is such a nice light lavender. There are very easy to follow instructions with pictures included, as well. This is a great kit to make rolled beeswax candles with kids!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nick ENick E

    Natural Beeswax Sheets for Candle Making: $21.99 for a 10-sheet kit at the time of reviewIn theory, my wife and I love candle making. It’s an activity that we can do together. It results in a useful output (who doesn’t like candles). And it’s a great way to make gifts come holiday time. I say in theory though, because the process of working with hot wax can be a real pain (literally and figuratively). But when I saw a beeswax candle making kit with the sheets ready to roll I got excited. This looked like it would solve all the issues we had with traditional candle making.*What I liked*:This is a great kit! It comes with everything you need: candle sheets, wick, and directions on how to roll candles.Despite rather plain packaging, everything within is high quality. The wax sheets are all separated by parchment paper so they don’t stick together. There’s also ample room in the box so as not to cause deforming of the wax sheets by the wick.The directions are clear, concise, and easy to follow.*What I didn’t like*:Honestly, nothing. This is a great kit and at an average cost of just over $2 per candle.*What you should know*The instructions direct you to tightly crimp the wick at the edge of the wax sheet before rolling it up. We found the most efficient way to do this to bend one ‘row’ if the wax up to a 90 degree angle before pushing it down over the wick (see my photo).The continuous burn time for one candle rolled out of one complete sheet is approximately 6 hours. It also burns fairly cleanly with only little dripping or waste.*The Bottom Line:*This is a fabulous kit! We had a blast making beeswax candles and love the result! There are some other beeswax candle sheets on Amazon that come in a little cheaper than this one, but the quality is here and the price difference isn’t very big. As a result this is a total five stars out of five from me. I’d totally order this over again, and likely will to make candles for gifts at holiday time.

  3. 5 out of 5

    D. MatlackD. Matlack

    This candle kit is so easy it is almost fool proof. Literally press the wick in to the wax (I tied a knot just in case and roll. The wax is pliable enough to roll so my fears of cracking or breaking was unfounded. I snipped off a corner on the inside roll to press on to the end of the taper to avoid fraying and am pleased that it cuts as easily as paper if you want to play with sizes and there is plenty of wick to go around. this would be an easy project for children as well.

  4. 5 out of 5


    Beeswax candles are the only candles that we burn in our house since they are the healthiest and most natural. They give off a sweet earthy smell that is so warm during the winter months. Making our own candles from beeswax sheets like this has been a tradition in our family. Our kids love making them in various shapes and sizes. They always burn very well, not too fast.Rolling the candles is simple. You just cut the wick to size, fold over the first 1/8″ to pinch the wick in place, and them roll it up. You can cut the wax to make candles of any height and thickness.I like to choose a height but then always use the full 8″ width because it makes a nice 1″ candle that burns very evenly. If you make them thinner, they might be less stable, drip too much wax, or burn too quickly. If you make them much larger (by combining multiple sheets) it can burn down in the center too much. About 1″ seems to be the sweet spot.

  5. 4 out of 5


    So I recently removed a bee hive from a wall at my folks house, and I am pleased to say this wax smells just like the real thing. Its a very subtle scent of course, but you get that hint of honey and pollen.Now, these sheets are not the natural hexagons formed by bees (that would be improbable to obtain and very hard to work with) but they are formed artificially to mimic it well while making the sheet sturdy. These are made thinner and with smaller “cells” than the naturally ocurring stuff. This is not a complaint on my part, just a heads up if youre expecting the most natural look. If you pay too much attention, youll see the hexagons look gem-like on the inside because the hexagons on each face are shifted to give the sheet sturdiness. Once again, not a complaint, just a heads-up. Trust me, this is the best way to make these sheets.Once assembled into a candle, and with some added creativity, these could make for nice gifts. BTW these come as sheets, they are not candles yet! The suggestion is to make candles of varying heights, but you can get as creative as you want.

  6. 5 out of 5


    I have large tea candle tins which fit perfectly in a very unusual light that I got as a gift. This wax is PERFECT to make candles for it.HOW IT WORKSI pull out a sheet of wax and measure it. I divide it so that I can get equal strips out of it. I roll the candle around a wick made for tealights which I already have. Then I keep adding layers until it fits tightly in the tealight tin.WARMIt is easier to work with this set when it is warm, so don’t try it in a very cold room or the wax might crack as you try to roll it. The warmth from my fingers helped it to roll tightly.PERFORMANCEAs you can see, this tealight will burn brightly and for longer than any other tealight I have. I posted a photo of my candles then I posted a photo of the lit candle in the light I am using.SMELLI LOVE the natural smell of beeswax they have in the wax. I am not sure if it is enhanced or not, but it sure does smell nice- like fresh beeswax does.THE BOTTOM LINEThis is a great set. I love it for what I am using it for, but if you prefer to make larger candles, it is great for that too.MY RATINGFIVE STARS. I love this method of making tealights. As I light them, the wax burns in between the layers and fills them in with wax so it is about the right fullness.

  7. 5 out of 5


    Made these with a 2, 4, 6 and 9 year old. All had fun and were able to roll them relatively easy. They smell and burn great!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amy BalotAmy Balot

    This comes in a flat box with paper between each sheet and a long wick. It has instructions on how to start folding the wax over the wick and then rolling them after cutting to size. I used one whole sheet and cut it in half to make the two in my hand in the one photo. One of these is shown lit in the second photo. Easy to use and fun looking beeswax candles.

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