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by Kath Chown (subscribe)
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A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle
Do you have a whole lot of little vessels lying around the house because you bought them to look pretty on the shelves. Why not fill them up with candles to make them not only pretty but also functional?

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Photo Courtesy of Annerley Community Hub


In this workshop at Annerley Community Hub, you will find learn from experienced candle-maker Linda about how to ensure you do a perfect pour every time. You can put candles in teacups, jars, bottles and anything glass or ceramic so if you feel like bringing your own, that's completely fine.

Annerley Community Hub looks after the most marginalised members of our community and has a range of workshops which fundraise for better services at the Hub. The money raised also goes towards free programs such as an Art Group and Gardening Club.

If you'd like to learn how to make gorgeous, scented soy wax candles, this is a really affordable class and you'll have wax left over to make more when you get home.

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Photo Courtesy of Annerley Community Hub
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Why? Fill up your vessels with soy wax candles
When: Wed 7th Sept, 6 - 9pm
Phone: 07 3255 9982
Where: Annerley Community Hub
Cost: $65
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Is the date for this event the 7th October, as that is the date at the top of the page but the 7th September is further down. I take it that this is a typing error, is that correct?
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