Eileen makes all natural beeswax candles in a variety of shapes and sizes including trees, Victorian Santas, tapers, pillars and ball shaped candles with intricate beeswax decoration. She taught herself the process of making beeswax candles after seeing beeswax candles at a craft fair in Vermont many years ago. Over the years she has been adding to her collection of molds to make different shapes.
She values that beeswax candles do not give off soot, do not drip if properly trimmed unless in a draft, and have a subtle, natural scent. Eileen has kept beehives for honey in the past but not for their beeswax. She buys the beeswax for her candles from an apiary in Massachusetts. Her candles are all natural, and she does not add coloring or scent.