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A simple heater, no movable parts, just 3 terracotta vases, nuts, bolts, washers, a metal rod and a candle... This is true genius!!!!

terra-cotta space heater.... several ways to do it, can heat up an entire room. Going to keep a supply of pots and candles on hand, to warm each room in case the power goes out this winter!

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15 Ways to Use Mason Jars!

Handmade mason jar + candles This is a cute idea, but I can't imagine tearing out pages from a book; this craft seems like book cruelty.

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The Bacon Fat Candle: A little bit of bacon in every day

The Bacon Fat Candle: A little bit of bacon in every day | Butter Nutrition

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Candle Powered Pottery Heater

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a candle powered space heater. It sounds like science fiction, but it really is a simple and green energy device, that could save you a lot of money by only lighting a candle, in the long run. The CO2 output of a candle is too small to mention, and the materials that this device is made of are all here since the Earth exists.

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An Emergency Candle That Noah Would Be Proud Of

How-to make a Crisco candle

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Eight Household Items That Could Save Your Life

Chewing Gum and a battery can be used Fire Starter - Use the foil-backed wrapper to short circuit an AA battery and create a flame. First, tear the wrapper into an hourglass shape and touch the foil to the positive and negative battery terminals. The electrical current will briefly cause the paper wrapper to ignite. Use the flame to light a candle or tinder.