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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 ...
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 underneath and your demolishing device of choice, ...
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 ...
And there you have it. Happy burning.
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