DIY Goddess Candle – Urban Outfitters Inspired

Hello, beautiful people and welcome back to my favourite category on this blog: crafting! Depressingly, I feel like I’ve been crafting less recently . . . and that’s because I have been. Life really gets in the way of me and my hot glue gun.

How so? Well. Let me rant for a sentence or two. My visa renewal is in 4 days – and between tuition fees, rent, visa application costs and the mandatory insurance you have to pay upfront, my wallet has been begging for a rest. So alas, no gorging myself on new craft materials.

(Plants, however, are a different story. Although my partner and I propagate rare plants and make extra cash off it, so that’s a guilt-free indulgence. Or so I tell myself.)

Fortunately, today’s craft managed to sneak in, as I bought the mould from China and that ended up taking a month to arrive. So it’s kind of like past Mia was looking out for me! We love that girl. Oh, right, what are we making?

These beauties. These Venus candles are giving me all the bad-bitch goddess vibes. I entirely could see these being sold at Urban Outfitters and, look, I would buy them. Fortunately, they’re super easy to recreate . . . and today I’m going to show you how.

(And, if you can’t be bothered but love the way they look, you can also buy them off my Etsy store. In fact, I would love that!)



  1. Split the side of the mould gently. (It will be precut)
  2. There’ll be a small hole at the base of your mould that your wick is designed to fit through. Insert your wick and lay it down the middle, making sure the base of the wick is at the top of the mould.
  3. Rip up some gold foil and drop it into your mould.
  4. Melt your wax, including any wax dye chips.
  5. Once it’s liquid, add some of your fragrance oil per the packet’s instructions.
  6. Tape the side of the mould up and pour the wax in.
    Leave to set for a few hours, then carefully remove from the mould. And that’s it!

As you guys can see, I had so much fun experimenting with the colour combinations of this! My personal favourite has to be the ombre one, although it admittedly doesn’t photograph well. Which do you like?

If you want to purchase any of these, I’m selling them over on my Etsy store! You’d be making my day!

Anyways, lovers, that’s this post coming to its end. I apologise for not being as active here as I would have liked – I’ve been catching up with coursework and just . . . stressballing about my visa. Tomorrow is dedicated to catching up with comments and everyone!

If you enjoyed this DIY, or want to save it for later, make sure to share it via Pinterest!

And that’s a wrap! Which of these colours was your favourite? Would you attempt to create these candles yourself? Let me know your thoughts down below!


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46 thoughts on “DIY Goddess Candle – Urban Outfitters Inspired”

  1. Can I first say that these are incredible? So stylish! You have the best creations. Just read about your visa also.. I hadn’t realised you weren’t an australian permanent resident. Are you on a partner, working or student visa? x

    1. Ah thank you Maryam! Ah, I wish but it’s really hard to get PR or residency anymore – I’m currently on a student visa until my partner’s sponsorship is approved, then I’ll be defacto on there 🙂 x

    1. These are amazing! They turned out great and love the white one with the gold flakes, it defiently resembles marble statues.

      Loren |

    2. I was actually going to buy one of these for my sister for Christmas before I found something else that I preferred! Would definitely be purchasing if you did not live so far away! xx

    3. Oh wow, these look stunning, love the colours you used!
      We had a similar mold at home, but it took us quite few attempts to finally create a decent wax lady 🙂


    4. What a fun gift idea! You make it sound so easy too! i’d love to make my own candles – luckily my sister has learned how to so she just makes them for me, haha! 🙂 I have been burning them so often with working from home so much, I love it! 🙂

      Hope that you had a lovely weekend, good luck with all the visa stress!

    5. Oh I absolutely adore the female goddess body interior trend right now and have actually already bought some similar candles/vases or else I’d absolutely have picked up one of yours – you’re so talented, well done! x

    6. Omg… Just… WOW! I didn’t know you could DIY candles that are that complicated with just a mold. That’s something new to me. It amazes me how you never seem to run out of brilliant DIY ideas, Mia. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    7. Oooh!! It is so cool that you made your own goddess candle! It looks super legit. Even then, all of these look super legit. Though, the wait time from China is typical. I’ve spent 3 months waiting for a package from China a while ago, crazy! Thanks for sharing this tutorial! I liked the gray one the most!

      Nancy ✨

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