Perfect for the ritual altar, these candles are easy to make and pretty to look at.
You Will Need:
Egg dye (optional)
Tap the egg gently but firmly on the top, "pointed" end. Peel back a small section of shell and allow the egg to fall out. Try to keep the bottom 3/4 of the egg intact. Reserve the eggs for recipes.
Rinse the inside of the eggshells very carefully with very hot water. Set them on a rack to dry.
If you like, take a craft scissor and trim around the broken edge, or break off pieces by hand for a more jagged look.
At this point, if you want to dye the egg shells, you can do so. Again, be careful with the delicate shells. Set them again on a rack or paper towel to dry.
Fill the candle ½ to 3/4 of the way with craft wax beads. Insert a birthday candle into the center for an easy wick. If necessary, trim off the bottom of the birthday candle so that it is even with the wax beads, or you can just let it burn down.
Set it in an egg holder or a candle holder where it fits snugly.