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This is a neat idea I had, where you light candle at both ends then spin it lightly so that as the candles melt separately they try to ...
You need; Tin foil, a tall candle, a lighter, a long, thin, straight nail, a knife, a cutting board, and 4 gray k'nex pieces 2 Red quarters, 32 ...
Build two of these, the photos should be clear enough.
Once you've built both sides, add these nine rods onto one then connect them together like so.
Spread some tin foil on the base so that when the wax drips it won't get all over your floor/table!
If the wick is not exposed on both sides of the candle, cut off one end and sharpen it so that the wick is usable. Then, put a ...
Light one end whilst holding the other, then light the other end. You may have to hold it flat for a while so they really get burning... After ...
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