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    Coffee beans & tea lights. The warmth from the candles makes the coffee beans smell amazing--such a neat idea.

    A lovely, natural way to repel mosquitoes all summer long.

    Wake up and smell the coffee: Make a java-scented candle with this super-easy how-to. #crafts #diy

    Rosemary Lemon Vanilla Home Scent | You know that wonderful smell when you walk into Williams Sonoma? Here’s how to get it: water, sliced lemon, 3 springs of fresh rosemary and about a teaspoon of vanilla. Simmer on the stove....this smells amazing! I used 2 lemons, 3 sprigs of rosemary and about 2 tablespoons if vanilla. It only took 5 minutes to make the whole house smell fresh!

    coffee bean candles~have to make these!! ♥

    Get rid of hard water stains with a lemon!

    Coffee Beans & Vanilla Candles!

    Cool idea to DIY Old Coffee Cups into Candles

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    Venetian Wall Mirror at Neiman Marcus. over buffet, when hutch/cupboard arrives, move to wall above bar

    Fill your bathroom with an everlasting, fresh aroma! Simply place a few drops of essential oil onto the cardboard tube of your toilet paper roll–your bathroom will smell amazing until the roll is complete and you begin again!

    How to clean microfiber couches-the difference is amazing!

    plastic cups under filler - you'll use much less and save $! Genius!!!

    Place vanilla scented tea lights in a bowl of coffee beans. The warmth of the candles will heat up the coffee beans and make your house smell like french vanilla coffee.

    How to get wax out of old candles to reuse containers. I will be so glad I pinned this!!

    Wine Bottle Candle Holder - cool DIY idea...

    How To Make 50 Hour Candles

    DIY Natural Room Scents - attractive decor; I'd add my CPTG essential oils to make the aroma even better :-). #DIY #natural #scents #airfreshener #decor #aromatherapy #essentialoils #doTERRA #orange

    DIY rustic candle holder - I think I'd place burlap around the glass first, so the gaps would still look rustic - or add some greenery for Christmas. :)