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  • Kara

    Cupcake liners used as tea light holders. Nothing holds a candle to dining al fresco, unless it’s so dark you can’t see the food in front of you. Place tealights in foil cupcake liners for a little glow at your next outdoor party. They’re cheap enough to use by the dozen, and cleanup is a piece of (cup)cake.

  • Sharon Gehring

    CUPCAKE LINERS AS CANDLE HOLDERS Nothing holds a candle to dining al fresco, unless it’s so dark you can’t see the food in front of you. Place tealights in foil cupcake liners for a little glow at your next outdoor party. They’re cheap enough to use by the dozen, and cleanup is a piece of (cup)cake.

  • Barbara McCormack

    Cupcake holders as candle holders

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