Natural wax crayons were used since many other brands of crayons contain beef tallow (not good for a kosher kitchen!) The stainless steel bowl is from the dollar store--I could throw it away afterwards and avoid cleaning harden wax. The bowl was placed over a pot of simmering water to slowly melt the wax, next I added the crayon colors, using a plastic spoon while pouring the melted wax over the white candle.
The roman shades in our kitchen were the perfect place for hanging the wet candles on the shade cords with mini binder clips!
These would make a wonderful Chanukah gift tied up with a pretty ribbon...
Or keep for yourself...
for a beautiful addition to your menorah!