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of July Mason Jar Candles. Add red and blue food coloring to separate ziplock bags of rice & shake gently till colored. rice for each layer in pint jar. Could do diff colors for diff seasons/holidays
Easy and cute. Mason jar or any other glass container, Rice, food coloring and tea lights. I would use the flam less ones.