I would like to also say that these scents I picked are not in your face strong. They are just a perfect blend of soft, sweet, perfumey, that tends to lean towards girly girl. I did scent my wax to the maximum amount allowed, but again some fragrances are light no matter what you do. I think they are fun and would make a nice piece to display for that perfect shabby chic look. The wicks as I mentioned above they came out to be exactly 1/4 inch on the candle so no trimming is needed. Next time I will take a closer look at those wicks before I order them. I thought mine would come 6" long so it was a surprise to me. Live and learn??
I did make a few jar candles. I made 4 and I am burning or testing one and figured out that I might have been better off to use two wicks in the jars too. It is burning a 2" circle straight down leaving about 1/2" around the edges. Which for me it won't matter since I have one of those coffee warmer type of burner, which I use to place a candle jar on when I don't want to use a flame. So I can put my jar on this to get all the wax used up. Some people would not have one of these so their choice could be to spoon out an amount and just place in a tart burner.
The scents I used in this jar candle are:
Cashmere, Serendipity, Got Milk, and have embeds of Pink Grapefruit, Black Raspberry Vanilla, and Lemon Sugar Candied Violets. It just makes a nice sweet scent. I didn't really plan on using these jars for candles but they are what I had on hand so I went with it. I think these scents would be nice in a bathroom or a bedroom. Here is a few photos of the candle in progress: