Heat the wax to about 180° F (82° C) stirring gently.
When you've gotten to about 180° F (82° C), add fragrance or essential oil. I used about 1 ounce of fragrance for each 16 ounces of wax. This wax will hold a bit more than that (up to about 12%) if you want a stronger scent.
Remove wax from the heat keep stirring gently for aout 2 minutes.
Now, for each of these candles, I picked one of the prominent colors on the side of the container. On the yellow tea cup, I tried to match the blue on the outline of the flower. On the ladybug container, I tried to match the red of the lady bug. And on the dragonfly container, I tried to match the yellow of the dragonfly's wings.
Add the color a drop or a sliver (if you're using a solid colorant) at a time.
Let the colored and fragranced wax cool to about 140-50° F - stirring the wax as it begins to cool and thicken.