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« Reply #15 on: February 21, 2011, 02:44:30 PM »

Glad to be of help- I haven't bought anything from mr chips yet, but yes there is some lovely jars there!  I am practising a bit more with my candle-making before I invest in nice jars.
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« Reply #16 on: February 21, 2011, 08:56:06 PM »

I bought the vibe jars from Mister Chips this time last year when I was doing candles. The vibes ones are lovely, and I like the stoic ones but they are a bit pricey and when you add in the cost of the EOs and wax, and the limit to what you can charge at craft fairs, I felt it wasn;t worth it just now.

I bought a lovely candle at a fair (they were wholesale bought ones) for £7.00. Using the same jar, it cos me not much less that £6.00 raw ingreds. There are a lot of candles at fairs I do, and I would be lucky of anyone paid more than £7.00 for one (though they will buy the yankee ones from the stallholder)
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