• Susan Morrow

    Olive Oil candle- clean burning, no chemicals, super easy to make and personalize with your own scent! Since I can't use scented oils that you buy, I use this in my oil lamps.

  • Megan Mian

    Olive Oil candle- clean burning, no chemicals, super easy to make and personalize with your own scent! would be a good idea to keep vials of scented olive oils for a travel altar :)

  • Heather Kenworthy Roberts

    Olive oil candle from a mason jar. Add essential oil for fragrance. Clean and natural!

  • SueEPig

    Olive Oil candles by Little House Living | Clean burning, no chemicals, personalize with your own scent by adding your favorite scents and essential oils.

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