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HI! My name is Jennifer.
I live IN the Pa mountains.
I make all the tarts in my cozy little kitchen. Alot of love goes into each batch!
My husband says I remind him of a Mad Scientist with all my pots boiling,measuring cups,thermometers etc.... hehehe He's so cute! . It is fun to mix oils and make my own custom blends and I am happy that I will be able to share them with you!

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*Please note*
Tarts are made(Most of the time) fresh to order. Its best for them to be able to cure for a few days, up to a week, but this includes shipping days,so if you wish, allow the tarts to sit for an extra day or two when you receive them, that would be great!


What are tart melts?
Tart melts are wonderful alternatives to candles. They are used in what are called…

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  • Born on July 11
  • Joined February 5, 2011

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Soy wax, fragrance oils, sprinkles, herbs, spices, love

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About

HI! My name is Jennifer.
I live IN the Pa mountains.
I make all the tarts in my cozy little kitchen. Alot of love goes into each batch!
My husband says I remind him of a Mad Scientist with all my pots boiling,measuring cups,thermometers etc.... hehehe He's so cute! . It is fun to mix oils and make my own custom blends and I am happy that I will be able to share them with you!

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*Please note*
Tarts are made(Most of the time) fresh to order. Its best for them to be able to cure for a few days, up to a week, but this includes shipping days,so if you wish, allow the tarts to sit for an extra day or two when you receive them, that would be great!


What are tart melts?
Tart melts are wonderful alternatives to candles. They are used in what are called oil burners or tart warmers. There are different types of tart warmers/oil burners. Each type has a small bowl in the top where you put the tarts and then is heated up, underneath, by means of a tea light candle or if you have an electric oil burner, it is heated up that way.
Since tarts are smaller then a big candle you have the option of trying many scents rather then one big candle all the time. Perfect for different mood settings!

There are different types of wax that may be used. I prefer soy wax. It has a clean burn and a nice, medium scent throw. I use the best soy wax you can find, created just for tart making.

All of my tarts are made with 100 percent soy wax. They do not contain any paraffin. They do not give off any soot when being melted like some paraffin waxes can do and it is a bit better for the environment then paraffin and palm waxes
The majority of my tarts fill a room or a space of about 30 to 40 square feet. some may be less some more.

Here is good information on the soy wax that I use in my tarts
* made in the USA with DOMESTICALLY grown crops.
* 100% vegetable, made with Pure Soybean oil, GUARANTEED!
* all NATURAL and biodegradable.
* manufactured meeting FDA standards.
* Kosher Certified.
* NOT tested on animals.
* FREE of palm wax.
* FREE of petroleum and paraffin
* FREE of pesticides and herbicides.
* FREE of toxic materials.
* FREE of Genetically Modified Material.

The dye I use in my tarts is also a Soy based dye.
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If you have any more questions ,please feel free to send me a convo and I will help you in any way I can!


Thanks so much for taking the time to read a little bit about who I am and what I do!


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