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    Default A good online source for wax tarts?

    hello everyone,

    I used to buy them from a couple of sites online, but they seem to no longer be in business!

    Does anyone out there have a good source for them? My supply is dwindling and I would love to find a new home based business that sells them.

    Any suggestions would be appreciated!

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    Have you tried etsy?

    Another thing to consider, buy a bottle of essential oil in a variety you like. A couple of drops will refresh the scent of the wax. Add it once the puck starts to melt, or melt them down and remold your own.
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    Try www.tartburners.com/wax

    Although I buy mine at the Dollar Tree (3 for $1)

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    This is thee best place. The smell last a long time and the price is not bad. I buy alot from them.
    http://www.chestnuthillcandle.com

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    Try lolcandles.com, one of my favorite places but she's currently closed to catch up with orders, be sure to sign up for her newsletter too. She has regular sales and discounts! They're super scented and I can burn one two or three times and still get a good throw.

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    I don't have an answer for you but had to say that for some reason my mind keeps reversing the letters of your thread title and I see "tax warts" instead of "wax tarts"

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    I saw some on sale at the yankee candle co. site for $1 each.

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    elphie,
    I kept seeing tax warts too!!!(lol)
    One Frugal Mom,
    you can make your own w/candle wax and scent. I use an old frydaddy and melt the wax, add scent and color. Then I pour them into mini muffin pans.

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    Look on naturesgardencandles.com for info.
    Or google homemade wax tarts or is that tax warts?

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