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  • Kelly Hansen

    Great gift idea for candle warmers. FYI...i do not have a candle warmer ;) Recycling Candles. If you have a warmer, melt down your old candles, pour them into ice cube trays, freeze for 20 minutes then pop them out and store them away in bags and use in your candle warmer.

  • Tanya Oshel

    Using a candle warmer, melt your favorite scented candle, then pour into an ice cube tray. Freeze for about 20 minutes until hard and pop right out. Hello Scentsy refills! Excellent idea!

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