How sweet are these? Handmade ceramic vessel by my pal Cassie with Sumner Ceramics here in Gallatin. These beeswax candles have a wooden wick making it a cozy addition to your space. The wooden wick will need to catch the wax in order to feed the flame. This may take trimming or burning the wick until the wax catches. On your first burn of the candle, try to burn until the wax pool reaches the edge of the vessel if possible. This will encourage the candle to burn to the edge with less wax waste. To help encourage a more even burn, carefully push unburned wax towards the flame if it doesn't reach the edge of the vessel. After you've burned down your candle, you get a beautiful ceramic bowl!