Thank you for visiting our new site. Cherry Lane Artisans is now Candle Parlor! Same handmade candles that mimic everyone's favorite desserts, baked goods and drinks. We will add many more candles during the next few weeks.
U.S. Grown, All Natural Soy
Premium, Refined Paraffin
Nontoxic Scents, Phthalate Free
All Cotton Wick, No Zinc
Metal Safety Wick Base
Longer Burn, Low Soot
Maximum Scent %
Made in small batches to maintain quality. All soy candles available.
Doughnut in milk candle. Comes in strawberry, blueberry or apple scent.
Dessert candle looks good enough to eat. These candles are truly a work of art. Candle Parlor makes each candle by hand in a similar fashion to its food counterpart. The natural 444 soy wax burns clean and even. This blend of soy wax holds a large percentage of fragrance by weight and has a nice hot throw.
“Doughnut” is paraffin wax.
“Milk” is soy wax.
Glass tumbler style cup.
Low smoke wick with metal base.
Dimensions Height: 4.5” Diameter: 3"
Please follow safety precautions. Never leave burning candle unattended. Keep away from children.
*Photographs may not be actual product. Appearance, candle container or colors may vary slightly.
Business Customers – please contact us for wholesale, distribution and bulk gift order pricing.
September 13-15th Mother Earth News Fair. Seven Springs, Pennsylvania. Presentations, hands-on workshops and a huge collection of homestead vendors.
October 5th Great Lakes Mall Popup Shop. Find us inside Mentor mall in front of JC Penneys.
October 26th Crafts for the Mansion Annual Holiday Craft Show at Lakeland Community College. Athletic Fitness Center 9am-4pm.
November 22-24th IX Center Christamas Connect craft show. Breakfast with Santa, live entertainment and 750 vendor booths.
Sharing the gifts we have been given. The Candle Parlor is our effort to cultivate and share the talents with which we have been blessed. We are drawn to the challenge of merging aesthetic beauty with practicality. Our project started as a husband and wife team. It became a family effort. Our strengths support each other’s weaknesses. And we share a unique curse; the need to figure out how something is made and improve upon it.We found great satisfaction as a young couple helping each other make gifts for friends and family. What we’re sure began as half patronizing smiles gave way to sincere expressions of “Wow, you made that?” and “Where can I buy this?”
We look back now and realize that most holiday and birthday gifts were investments for the shop or craft room. These hobbies were defining us more than our daily professions. Our adult careers provided wonderful opportunities for growth that helped us build our artisan gift business. Now our family’s favorite outings are to visit tool shops, craft supply stores and home goods stores. We look forward to sharing this same excitement with you. And you with your recipient as they enjoy the gift of handcrafted beauty.