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Shedding a light on Childhood Cancer

Shedding a light on Childhood Cancer

This September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month. In an effort to help raise awareness, 25% of sales this month will be donated towards The Kids' Cancer Project. Always Gifts Candles has been a part-time-from-home business for several years. But for the past 3 years, I've been working at The Kids' Cancer Project and witness the incredible impact this organisation has made for kids with cancer by funding childhood cancer research.  Unbelievably, 70% of Australians are unaware that more kids die from any cancer than any other disease in this country.  This statistic doesn't surprise Tina, a mother of four from Townsville QLD, whose...

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much are your Personalised Photo Candles? All prices are in Australian Dollars. Personalised Photo Baby Candles: All our personalised photo baby candles are $60 each. This includes baby's name, photo, date and venue on the front AND wording of your choice on the back. This is all included in the one price and does not incur any additional fee (except for delivery). Personalised Taper Candles: Personalised Taper candles are $7.50 each, and this includes baby's name, occasion date and godparents/sponsors/guardians/grandparents or parent's name. Personalised Photo Wedding Candles: A single personalised photo wedding candle is $85. This includes names, photo,...

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Candle Safety

1. Trim the wick of any candle— canister candle, pillar, taper, tealight or votive—to one-quarter inch every time you light the candle. This will ensure clean, smoke-free burning. Be sure to remove any wick debris that has fallen into the candle. 2. If in the unlikely event that your candle is smoking, and you've already trimmed the wick to one-quarter inch, extinguish the candle immediately. Pinch or trim the wick just a bit more and the smoking will stop. 3. Candles need oxygen. If you burn a candle in a small, confined area it will smoke. So consider the size...

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