#National Gingerbread Cookie Day Wax Melts
Happy National Gingerbread Cookie Day!
Today, I'm going to show you how I make gingerbread wax melts. These are fun and crafty for the holiday, and they smell just like pumpkin and ginger.
First, you'll need to get the right color wax melts. I like to use orange or brown for this. Then, you'll need to add the fragrance. I usually use a combination of cinnamon and ginger, but you can use whatever you like.
Once the wax melts are in the mold, you'll need to wait for them to dry. This usually takes about fifteen minutes. Once they're dry, you can pop them out of the mold and enjoy your gingerbread wax melts! Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more fun reads.
Fun Fact- Gingerbread was a popular treat at medieval European festivals and fairs, and there were even dedicated gingerbread fairs. The first documented trade of gingerbread biscuits in England dates to the 17th century, where they were sold in monasteries, pharmacies and town square farmers' markets (wikipedia.com).