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Coffee Bean Candle

Pinterest inspired candle holders. Dollar store candle holders, some hemp string, beans (could also do with coffee beans), a candle, and a metal star. Tie the hemp around the holder and begin winding it around the holder evenly. Wrap to desired length and then tie off. Add metal star using hemp. Fill holder with beans add candle and voila! Instant western decor!

I made these years ago at the old UBC building as a VBS craft for 1-6 graders. they smell soooo good! Joyful Homemaking: Coffee Bean Candles

Coffee bean candles--I have done this for so many winters - right after Christmas, I fill the entertainment center full of these off white candles--house smells so so good--Lynn Reed

DIY Holiday Hostess Gift Basket. Small to medium sized baskets Air Wick Vanilla Butter Cream Cupcake candle Tea towels or a set of pretty cloth napkins Homemade vanilla extract (recipe below) Vanilla coffee beans Baked goods (think bread, cupcakes, scones, etc.) Packaging supplies (parchment paper, twine, kraft bags, tags)

Mason jars with French vanilla almond coffee beans and vanilla-scented candles. Tied twine bows around top and placed on wood candle holder. Great housewarming gift!

teen craft - DIY make up brush holder Filler ideas: rice, coffee beans, glitter, fake snow, aquarium gravel, small pepples, sand, epsom salts, small shells, candle filler items, Container ideas: pringle/nuts cans; baked bean cans;old candle glasses; thrift store wine glasses; garden store items; old mugs; etc

Coffee bean candle mason jar. These would be great centerpieces for a holiday party and they would also make your house smell so good! So cheap and easy- mason jar, coffee beans, and a candle. Love this idea!

This lemon idea is perfect for me! I seriously have a block of wax that I haven't decided what to do with! Also liked the coffee beans, cinnamon sticks, and dried orange slice ideas too! 25 DIY Ideas How To Decorate A Candle

I love the smell of coffee, so I was excited to try the post I've seen where you put coffee beans, in a glass jar, with a vanilla candle. Well, you can imagine my disappointment when all I ended up with was burnt coffee beans.. Lovely. So, I decided to try putting the coffee beans in my wax warmer! I mixed them with the better homes and gardens, Vanilla Caramel Spice scented wax, from Walmart. It works so much better! No burnt beans, and a much stronger scent!