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With an old candle around the house and a $1.25 trip to a thrift store for an old tea cup and saucer, I decided to make my own holiday presents for mi...
With some warm water, an empty and rinsed can of beans, a candle and something to break a candle will get you started on this project.
You can buy wax flakes, but that it's nearly as enjoyable/stress-relieving/cheap as defacing an innocent vanilla candle. With a chopping board underne...
Waxy bits all diced up and ready to be melted. Place in tin in hot water and let the melting begin.
Once it's melted to a liquid, pick your poison of tea cup, cut a wick thats long enough with at least a 1/2 inch to spare over the top of the tea cup ...
And there you have it. Happy burning.
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