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Marbling Dye - 20ml Bottle - Selection of colours

Fun with marbling!


Marbling Dye - Black 20ml
£3.00 incl tax
Marbling Dye - Blue 20ml
£3.00 incl tax
Marbling Dye - Bright Yellow 20ml
£3.00 incl tax
Marbling Dye - Light Green 20ml
£3.00 incl tax
Marbling Dye - Magenta 20ml
£3.00 incl tax
Marbling Dye - Metallic Gold 20ml
£3.00 incl tax
Marbling Dye - Metallic Silver 20ml
£3.00 incl tax
Marbling Dye - Orange 20ml
£3.00 incl tax
Marbling Dye - Red 20ml
£3.00 incl tax
Marbling Dye - Turquoise 20ml
£3.00 incl tax
Marbling Dye - White 20ml
£3.00 incl tax

Turn a plain candle into a work of art with our liquid marbling dyes.  All you need are the dyes, a bucket of water, paper towel and creative imagination!  The dyes float on top of the water, as you submerge your candle the dyes stick to the sides creating spectacular patterns.  Keep the candle submerged whilst you move the dye away from the centre, pull the candle out slowly and see what you got!

The dye will be tacky, so allow the candle to dry and finish with a coat of our varnish to seal the pattern in.


Not only does this marbling dye work on candles, but it can be used on card, wood, paper, plastic, metal, earthenware, terracotta and even Styrofoam.  Each bottle has a dropper dispenser for accurate placement.


NB:  We have been asked if it is safe to burn the candle after it has had marbling dye used for decoration.  Here is the reply we received from the actual manufacturers of the dye:

'your candles with the marbling on them can be lit after at least 24 hours. During this time, the solvents would have escaped.'

and from our supplier:

'The Marmorier colors are located on the outer layer of the candle and are applied only thinly. By burning, the paint mixes with the liquid wax and burns with no residue.'


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How To Use Marbling Dyes

Marbling dyes are an easy, fun way to add interest to plain candles and turn them into works of art! The marbling dye itself is made up of a pigment (colour) and a solvent. The pigment is suspended in the solvent, and once applied to the... more...