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How To Make a Clementine Candle

It's that lovely time of year again, when even though the weather is getting colder, bright little boxes of clementines start popping up in store windows. Now is their season, and it's ours to exercise a little bit a of will power and optimism in the dark. I learned this fabulous little party trick ...
  • Fashion and Fun

    Add olive oil and presto! An orange candle! Apparently oranges burn like candles. No messy wax, and no wick required. Definitely trying this.

  • Donna Morris

    i want to try this orange candle idea

  • Allie Lungstrom

    Totally works i have done it you rub a little olive oil on the inside where the "wick" stem and where the wax would be it will burn longer Oranges burn like candles. No messy wax, and no wick required. Who knew? I bet these smell amazing!

  • Ruth Myers

    Apparently oranges burn like candles. No messy wax, and no wick required. Definitely trying this. look up clementine candle video on youtube... there is olive oil in it, too.

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