Im Dezember ist es wieder so weit. Das von uns im Herbst ausgeschmolzene Bienenwachs wird gereinigt und danach in Kerzen gegossen. Zum Schmelzen nutzen wir den Kachelofen als Wärmequelle. In diesem Jahr haben wir neben gegossenen Kerzen auch Teelichte und einige gewickelte Kerzen aus Wachsplatten hergestellt. Leider reicht die verfügbare Menge an Bienenwachs wieder nicht für eine größere Produktion aus. Hoffentlich wird es im nächsten Jahr mehr Wachs!


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