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  • Anita Szabo

    ORANGE CANDLE! So clever! Just take an orange/lemon/grapefruit, cut in half, eat the middle portion, leave the center core-like stem intact. Pour a kitchen oil (veg oil,olive oil, etc) into orange just below the top of the stem. Light stem. It will burn for hours and smell amazing. PLEASE SHARE :) To SAVE, be sure to click SHARE so it will store on your personal page (for more great ideas please add me as a friend or join Tezzas Skinny Buddies )

  • Leslie Lutes

    Orange Candle. So clever! Just take an orange/lemon/grapefruit, cut in half, eat the middle portion, leave the center core-like stem intact. Pour a kitchen oil (veg oil, olive oil, etc) into orange just below the top of the stem. Light stem. It will burn for hours and smell amazing.

  • Earth Infrastructures Limited

    Orange Candle. Great idea to have home made scented candles.

  • Ashley Lindsey Allison

    Need to try this! Easy homemade candle, take any citrus, eat middle, leave core wick-like stem. Fill with kitchen oil (any oil) just below stem and light. Will burn for hours smell wonderful.

  • Chrissy Finley

    olive oil lamp made from half an orange. I bet this smells good.

  • Kristine Ensman

    25 inspiring, easy and fun DIY projects for home decorating - Blog of Francesco Mugnai

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