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  • Annette Stahl

    A DIY Tiny House Heater Great idea! by bonita

  • Mary Beth Coleman

    A DIY Tiny House Heater - another way to have emergency heat for a small space for a short time - winter is coming!

  • christine mcc

    simple way to heat small space with tea candles and two clay pots ... takes a while to get going, but radiates a surprising amount of heat for very little cost

  • Bobbi Jean Aker

    Tara Cotta Candle Heaters

  • Dream Discover

    A DIY Tiny House Heater using terra cotta plant pot and tea light candles.

  • Lucinda Huff

    DIY Tiny House Flower Pot candle convection heater. tutorial and review

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