How to Make Vanilla Cupcakes Candles

Cupcake Candles Making (2)

Do you love the smell of freshly baked vanilla cupcakes?

Have you ever wished your home could smell like a bakery all day? With this easy-to-follow tutorial, you can make vanilla cupcake candles around your house! These DIY candles will surely bring the warm, comforting scent of delicious vanilla cupcakes into any room, whether for a special occasion or as an everyday treat. Follow along and learn how to quickly turn everyday ingredients into sweet and fragrant homemade candle delights!

Materials and Tools Required

Making vanilla cupcake candles requires a few specific materials and tools, including Candle wax pellets, candle wicks, essential oils for Fragrance (such as vanilla or cinnamon), glass or metal containers, an electric melting pot or double boiler to melt the Wax, thermometer to monitor the temperature of melted Wax, and some decorative items like sprinkles or icing decorations. Additionally, you will need tongue depressors for stirring and a spoon to pour the melted Wax into the molds. Safety gear such as oven mitts should also be worn while making candles.

How to Make Vanilla Cupcakes Candles
Make Vanilla Cupcakes Candles

How to Make Vanilla Cupcakes Candles

Here’s the process of how to make your vanilla cutesy cupcakes candles at home

Gather all your supplies

Cupcake molds, candle wax, a wax melter, and vanilla fragrance oil. Use a double boiler to melt the Wax to ensure your cupcake candles are safe. Place the candle wax on the top of your double boiler.

Melt the Wax in the melter

Measure the right amount of Wax for each cupcake candle, as too little will make them burn too quickly.

Adding Fragrance & pouring in Cupcake

Once the Wax has been melted, and the desired amount of vanilla fragrance oil is added, it’s time to pour it into each cupcake mold. If you have any decorations, such as sprinkles or glitter, add them to the mold before pouring. Fill each cupcake mold with the melted Wax up to the top.

Cooling & Trimming Edges

Allow your cupcake candles to cool and harden for at least 2-4 hours before removing them from the molds. Once your cupcake candles have cooled and hardened, carefully turn them out of the molds and trim any uneven edges with a sharp knife. Your vanilla cupcake candles are now ready to be enjoyed! Place them on a pretty plate or in a candle holder, light your wick and enjoy the sweet aroma of vanilla!


These candles are easy and make great gifts! They would be perfect for a party or teacher appreciation week. You could even get the kids involved in making them. If you’re looking for a fun, easy, inexpensive craft project, give these vanilla cake candles a try! Visit our profile and See more ideas about dessert candles, candles, food candles. Blueberry Crumb Cake Candle How To Make Crumble, Berry Waffles, Berry Cobbler, Blueberry.

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