DIY: Satsuma Candle (Fruit & Oil) A friend of mine DIYed her own candles, made from the peels of Satsuma oranges, for a recent dinner party. I was so excited by this simple yet clever idea, I had to share the tutorial!
I have tons of teacups I couldn't sell at the last yard sale I could do this for. How to Make Teacup Candles - Perfect for Mother's Day - so simple and easy to make - TONS of Pictures and How To Do Video in Post
how to make a volia candle holder Add cold water to a balloon. Dip balloon into hot wax. Leave to cool. Prick balloon and carefully remove. Add a small tea light and voila - your very own home-made luminier
I remember making these in Girl Scouts! Ice Candles: wax/crayons, old taper candle (you can just use a wick but a taper ensures wax is touching all parts of the wick for even burning), ice, old milk/juice cartons. Melt wax, place taper candle in center o
All natural, eco-friendly, sensationally smelling candle! Separate the orange peel from the Orange Pour olive oil into the orange peel half until it is full. Light the middle piece of the orange peel and ta-da! A candle for every orange you eat!