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    UK designer Dee Puddy sells Pencil Candles; we're sold on her DIY candelabra. Fill a galvanized tub with sand, slide in a handful of candles, don with a festive ribbon, and you have an instant centerpiece; perfect for a New Year's Eve table.

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    • John inLA

      candle holders, christmas crafts Fun to take a terra cotta flower pot and paint it "Christmassy" and fill with sand and put some candles in it.

    • Momma Laura

      White candles in zinc bucket with red ribbon :: a casual candle holder for an outdoor get-together! nice! : ) things it looks like you would you need: candles, sand, a metal bucket and your ribbon of choice.

    • Beverly Bauser

      Stand candles in a sand filled container! Awesome! Add decorations, change candle color as you wish. Good for outdoors on patio.

    • ♛ Stacie Campanelli ♛

      Pencil Candles in a Bucket of Sand- simply fabulous Christmas or outdoor party idea

    • DJ

      Pencil Candles in a Bucket of Sand Could use for Christmas or for an outdoor party

    • Luana *

      Bucketful of sand with candles, pretty decorations for an outdoor wedding

    • Dorothy Myers

      Outdoors party idea. Long candles in sand may last longer

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