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    • Malinda Sasser

      Low-Cost Lighting @Better Homes and Gardens.com: For any outdoor room, you should always install outdoor lighting, but that doesn't need to be an expensive endeavor. These candleholders are actually heavy-gauge feed scoops from a farm-supply store (they also can be purchased online). Screw them directly into a stud or use an anchor to attach them to a wall.

    • Laurie | Hedgerow Rose

      Heavy-gauge feed scoops from a farm-supply store converted into outdoor candle wall sconces

    • Kehly Gwynn

      Heavy gauge feed scoops from a farm supply store made into candle holders.

    • lily

      heavy-gauge feed scoops from a farm-supply store as outdoor candle holders

    • Jennie Fay

      These candle holders are actually heavy-gauge feed scoops from a farm supply store. Cute idea for a garden patio.

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