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  • Amanda Boyd

    oil lamps out of mason jars; use citronella oil to keep the mosquitoes away!

  • Toni Curry

    mason jar oil lamp-- you can use olive oil to do this. Bet you could also use citronella oil as well....

  • Shelley Wells Wyse

    citronella jars

  • Beverly Sparks

    Mason Jar Candle: fill with citronella oil and use outside

  • Ally Beggs

    mason jar oil lamp. Could fill with citronella oil and use like tiki torches.

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