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  • Mary Maureen

    diy home sweet home: Tips, Tips, and More Tips - spaghetti to light candles

  • Steph Stephens- Henze

    Raw spaghetti noodles to light candles

  • Heather Botelho

    i love this idea.:) use raw spaghetti noodles to light hard to reach candles. 32 Ideas Of Life Changing Ways To Use Ordinary, Everyday Objects.

  • Veronica Velasquez

    cant believe i didnt think of this!!!! DIY home sweet home: Really useful household tips - probably the best list I've stumbled on.

  • Heather Copeland

    Helpful tips: like using a spaghetti noodle to light multiple candles. Who knew?!

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