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Love this idea lemon candles

lemon candles - per half scooped out lemon you need 3 tea light candles in total. Place one of the tea lights in the scooped out lemon half. Then melt the other two and fill up the lemon half.

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Lemon Candles

Lemon Candles The soft light and sweet aroma of candles always make a room more inviting. You can easily make your own naturally scented votive candles from hollowed-out lemon skins and beeswax. Learn How to Make Lemon Candles

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simple DIY: vintage buttons and thumb tacks. Carefully remove the back of the button or pin, use hot glue gun to adhere to thumb tack.

winterse olielamp... of met schelpen!!!

PP: Mason jar oil lamp.I've made these before, they are are easy, got the wick and holder at Michael's, and the lamp oil at the Dollar store. Just add pretty stuff to jar, and add oil.

Floating heart candles with tinted water or a few flowers even their petals. Beautiful and affordable.

using silicone ice cube trays to make mini tea light candles! using silicone ice cube trays to make mini tea light candles! using silicone ice cube trays to make mini tea light candles!

Preserved lemons

How to make preserved lemons.-Such a wonderful ingredient, I really want to try this.

Gemaakt van brooddeeg

Did this for my Christmas ornaments this year, worked so well! Salt dough: 2 cups flour 1 cup salt Cold water Mix until has consistency of play dough. Bake at 250 for 2 hours, then cool and paint. Good recipe for thumbprint pendants!

Verstopte afvoeren zijn erg vervelend en kunnen lastig zijn om schoon te maken. Met deze natuurlijke middelen wordt het echter zeer makkelijk.

Drain De-clogger - siphon c. baking soda down the drain. Pour in of the vinegar, covering the hole so the fizz is forced down. Add another c. of vinegar. Allow to sit for 15 minutes or so, and then flush with an entire gallon of boiling water.

Homemade scented candle

Here is a super cute idea to make a tangerine candle light. It’s really creative! Next time when I eat tangerine, I will save the skin for this project. Here’s what you need: tangerine olive oil matches knife spoon