I need help finding bullet candles.
Anybody know of any US distributors that might sell this type of candle, I have only found them in Australia or NZ and they don't ship to the us.
I'm trying to find these too!
AMe too trying to find bullet candles
AJust received a big box of black, white and pink ones yesterday from Australia. Im on phone and not around the box, bit it was from whoever pops up on Google when you search bullet candles.
I think I may have found you a company that will ship to the States tealbox
Here is something they have written on their website.... which makes me think they will - well I hope so.
We are required to automatically charge and withhold the applicable GST for orders to be delivered to addresses within Australia. Each customer shall be solely responsible for all sales taxes, or other taxes, on orders shipped to any other state or country.
Hope this helps - good luck
Would this be of help to any of you:
They ship from the US.
I'm on my computer now...lol. Here's an example.
Well! I've been accused of being "too bloody literal minded", I guess this proves it. LOL.
But we won't tell DH about this, let's just keep it our secret, K?
I don't think OP is referring to candles that look like bullets, and I'm not either. These are bullet style candles, that stand up on the cake board, rather than get jammed into the cake. You see these often on Planet Cake cakes, for example. http://www.sweetinspirations.com.au/Candles/9
Yes, that is what these candles are - Bullet Candles...
Maybe you didn't see my post further up the page......shrug.
I love those candles. But couldn't you make a little ball of fondant, flatten it a bit and insert a smooth candle into it? I think in a pinch, that would work.
AI hate it when people jam candles Into my cakes! This is a nice option. Do you charge for them, or build it in to the price? I routinely just give people as many candles as they need. I buy them from decopac, dirt cheap.
AI probably won't if I only need a couple. if someone specifically requests them, then yeah.
Here's some more Bullet Candles.
ARe quote: Quote: Originally Posted by AZCouture
I don't think OP is referring to candles that look like bullets, and I'm not either. These are bullet style candles, that stand up on the cake board, rather than get jammed into the cake. You see these often on Planet Cake cakes, for example. http://www.sweetinspirations.com.au/Candles/9 http://www.bakeboss.com.au/everyday-special-c-57_58.html