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  • Kristen Long

    Terra cotta pot candle heater.

  • Debbie Jones

    Candle as heater. With the cold season coming to a close I wanted to share one more survival craft that you can do in order to provide some off-grid heat to a...

  • Carla Sullivan

    How to make clay pot heaters

  • Caitlin Elizabeth

    DIY terracotta candle heater. Very neat and interesting. Possibly a science project to do with the kids. This tutorial goes into great detail and explains how it works

  • Carla Foster

    Candle heater with flower pots and tea lights 2958445611_3e669f0799

  • Lyn Gregory

    DIY Candle Heater Cool idea to stay warm! :)

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