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I made by putting sand in first .. Then water. ..shells...basil... cooking oil. .. wick topper sold at hobby lobby

Do this for hall bath-beach bathroom, Go To to get more Gossip News!

Small patio gets some style on a budget!

How to make Citronella Candles with Young Living Oil - These literally take less than 5 Minutes! So Easy and they really work!

How to make Citronella Candles with Young Living Oil

Recycle Old Book Pages into Decorative Candle Holders

Sand, Epsom salt or sugar, faux pearls & a candle. This is insanely easy and looks so elegant.

Wine Bottle Citronella Candle -- you could also fill the bottom of the bottle with small stones or sand to take up space and add weight so it won't tip over as easily. ***Can't wait to try this***

DIY Outdoor Citronella Candle - Empty bottle, tiki torch wick, tiki torch citronella oil

DIY Glowing Shell Arrangement: use oversize shells to bring a touch of the seashore & a bit of romantic atmosphere -- to an evening at home. We used "lion's paw" shells (Lyropecten nodosus), available inexpensively from online auctions and souvenir shops. Fill a shallow tray with sand, arrange pairs of your prettiest specimens, and place a votive candle at the center of each pair (leaving room for the flames to flicker safely). Set the tray on a low table, and enjoy a quiet drink on the patio.

Birthday cake candels- Slightly melt your tea light's wax, then scatter a few sprinkles on the surface.

15 Super Sprinkle Party Ideas

Tree Branch Natural Wood Double Candle, perfect for rustic wedding decor

DIY: Wine Bottle Tiki Torches ~ A classy, inexpensive way to keep the bugs away this Summer!

How To Make A Wine Bottle Tiki Torch for Under $4.00

DIY centerpiece. Tall vase, twigs and a floating candle. So easy.

Centro Garden Water Candles | Centro Garden

Epsom Salt Valentine's Day Candle (tutorial)

trendy pockets: Epsom salt V-day candle

place a can under candle before filler - you'll use less filler. You could always use what's in the can first, wash it out, then flip it upside down...

DIY Centerpiece

My Wedding Centerpieces | Weddingbee Photo Gallery