🍂🍄I’m so excited to share with you the, “Eye of Newt” candle inspired by one of my favorite poems by William Shakespeare. I didn’t intend for the candle itself to look like the contents of her cauldron but I think it looks really cool that way. I absolutely love the snail on the side of her cauldron. I imagine it saying “no ma’am”🐌😂 I wanted to make a candle that screamed HALLOWEEN and I think I nailed it! I love how detailed she is. With her pointy hat, her broom pointing to the cosmos while she creates a ghoulish brew in her bubbling cauldron. The soy wax is scented with scary pumpkins, angry apples and ghastly herbs and spices from my witchy garden. Adorned with putka pods, moss, a human skull, black obsidian and carnelian crystals. This candle will come with a ribbon that you can glue or tape onto your candle, or you can keep it off. The wick is under the witch, so if you decide to burn your candle you must remove her first. You must remove all of the flammable materials before lighting. I suggest placing them around your candle to turn it into a Halloween altar, that's what I'm going to do. A very limited supply. I hope you can snag one! Stay spooky my friends!🍄🍂
*The witch will come wrapped separately in bubble wrap to keep her safe in transit. Simply unwrap her and place her on the candle between the moss and the pumpkins, remove her before burning.
Song of the Witches
You must remove all decorations before lighting your candle. Always burn on a fire safe plate away from pets, children and anything flammable. Trim your wick before each light and do not burn your candle for more than 4 hours at a time.