Votive Candles

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Candles light up the night both indoors and out. Get your grandma’s mason jars or rinse out an assortment of jelly, pickle and mayonaise jars and create your own candle chandelier.

Sunset magazine’s Web site recently had a great photo of this very idea. Check it out here. If you tackle this DIY project for your backyard, dining room or patio, send us a photo! And for a nice selection of toxic-free votive candles in dozens of fragrances, remember to shop the Isle.

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Cleaning out the bottom of a candle holder is the pits! Before you light a votive candle, add a drop of water to the candle holder. Then place your votive candle right on top of the droplet. This will keep your votive from adhering to the bottom of the holder as it burns. It makes for really easy disposal of your melted votive and helps to keep your candle holder clean.

Just add a little dab of water to each candle holder before lighting these votive candles.

Just add a little dab of water to each candle holder before lighting these votive candles.

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