These soy-based candles have a diamond ring in every single one! It could be worth $5,000, $1,000, $100 or $10. These candles are great! I have only run into a couple of scents that I really did not like. Most of the others were just wonderful. These candles smell great but also have the wonderful rings inside. Kinda reminds me of the soda with money in side the can WAY back in the day.
The candles themselves are in large glass containers that clean up very nicely. Great for crafts or projects. I use mine for hair ties for the girls, I also have one in my bathroom that I use for all my make-up brushes. I’ve even seen them turned into snow globes! The possibilities are endless. Let me show you all about the rings
When you get your candle you will see a little gold sticker on the inside. This shows you where you ring is. Some are buried lower than others. It’s kind of the luck of the draw. Something to remember is that the sticker and ring are hot glued to the side of the jar. You will need something to help take it off. On that sticker is your ring wrapped in foil and in the foil is a small plastic bag to protect your ring. The wax washes off pretty easily with soap and water. I normally wash the little plastic bag before taking out the ring, as to not get a bunch of wax on the ring.
This is a new scent from Diamond candles that I just LOVE. I pretty much burned it non-stop until there was very little left. Island paradise, get it…really its yummy!
My RING!!! Isn’t it pretty? I’ve ordered many diamond candles and have gotten many rings. This one by far is my favorite. It fits just perfect.The one downside to these rings is you never know what size you will get. But you can always sell or trade them! There are a couple groups out there on Facebook made just for trading and selling your diamond candle rings. Perfect for saving up for that next candle. I’m not sure what it’s worth but I love the design so much! The real hard part is to not dig into your candle to get your ring out. I’ve NEVER been able to wait for the candle to burn down. No matter how hard I try. This one was a bit easier since it was so close to the top.
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