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    Fill a bowl or small serving platter with coffee beans and add tea lights - when you burn them your whole house will smell like freshly brewed coffee!

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    • MJ Owens

      Coffee tealights: Fill a bowl or small serving platter with coffee beans and add tea lights - when you burn them your whole house will smell like freshly brewed coffee!

    • Lauren Key

      Fill a bowl or small serving platter with coffee beans and add tea lights - when you burn them your whole house will smell like freshly brewed coffee!- Love the idea of my house smelling like coffee!!

    • Christine Peterson

      Might have to try this, although it's REALLY going to make me crave coffee! -- Fill a bowl or small serving platter with coffee beans and add tea lights - when you burn them your whole house will smell like freshly brewed coffee!

    • Lisa Devine

      (I'm not going to make my house smell like coffee..... but what if I used cloves and cinnamon sticks!) Fill a bowl or small serving platter with coffee beans and add tea lights - when you burn them your whole house will smell like freshly brewed coffee!

    • Carrie McEuen

      <3 Fill a bowl or small serving platter with coffee beans and burn tea lights to make house smell like freshly brewed coffee.

    • Nedra Wilson

      Fill a bowl or small serving platter with coffee beans and add tea lights - suppose to make the house smell like coffee - we'll see!

    • Ashley Swander

      Ha ha this makes me laugh - how many times have I said I love the smell of coffee and wished I could make my house smell like it without brewing it? Fill a bowl or small serving platter with coffee beans and add tea lights - when you burn them your whole house will smell like freshly brewed coffee!

    • Alisha Goad

      Fill a bowl or small serving platter with coffee beans and add tea lights!

    • RhS

      coffee beans + candles on a serving platter

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