Knex Candle Holder

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Introduction: Knex Candle Holder

About: My name is Hiyadudez. I make stuff. "The greatest barrier to success is the fear of failure."

This is a Knex Candle Holder that I made in about an hour.It can hold up to 5 candles and can easily be modified to hold more. There is a different platform for each candle, making for it's awesome shape :-)

CAUTION: Candles can get VERY hot, take care while lighting them.

Before you make this, I must warn you that you need 40 Y-clips to make it...

Anyway... do you like it? Of course you do! Great, then let's get building! Also, while you're here, please rate, comment, and subscribe! Thanks!

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Step 1: Platfrom 1

It is all in one big chunk, but it is easy to make...

Step 2: Platform 2

It is all in one big chunk, but it is easy to make...

Step 3: Platform 3

It is all in one big chunk, but it is easy to make...

Step 4: Platform 4

This one is the exact opposite to Step 2, so Im only going to give you 1 picture....

Step 5: Platform 5

This one is the exact opposite to Step 1, so Im only going to give you 1 picture...

Step 6: Assembling

This is always the funnest part...

Follow the notes on the pictures.

Step 7: Lighting Candles

Put tealight candles into the 5 slots, then light them with a match, a lighter, or whatever you use!

Step 8: Fin!

Congrats! You have finished your candle holer!

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    60 Discussions

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    That_Jamie_S_Guy
    That_Jamie_S_Guy

    4 years ago

    °0° imagine giving it sides, then rolling a ball down it while the candles are lit! You now have a fire element for your k'nex ball machines everyone who sees this:) thank me later. xD

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    Jayefuu
    Jayefuu

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Nice. You should make a jenga pistol next :D

    http://woodgears.ca/jenga_pistol/

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    Hiyadudez
    Hiyadudez

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Lol, I will do that. By the way, did you feature this?

    Thanks again :-)

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    Jayefuu
    Jayefuu

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Nope. I'm not FT. You can see who featured it if you click the more info link, only authors and FT can see though.

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    Hiyadudez
    Hiyadudez

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Gmjhowe featured it.

    And thanks for faving!

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    Hiyadudez
    Hiyadudez

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Aww... :-(

    I was about to make the jenga pistol when I realised..... I don't have Jenga... :-l

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    Jayefuu
    Jayefuu

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Make it anyway and find a friend who has jenga!

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    Shadowman39
    Shadowman39

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Lol. I don't know how to ship stuff overseas. Plus, I don't know your address. And the shipping would cost a lot. :-P

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    dsman195276
    dsman195276

    10 years ago on Introduction

     Thats cool. there probably a better way to build the base to use less Y clips though, thats a killer in this.