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    Four empty food glass jars with metal lids and labels (sorry the pesto jar is a little manky - that stuff just does not clean out).

    1. John Knox 83 months ago | reply

      nails, screws, bolts, other hardware. soak the labels off first

    2. prairie.shadow 83 months ago | reply

      remove lable.sit a votive candle inside after removing the bottom lable & the silver wick holder & wick (pull it out of the bottom) & sit them in a warm oven in an old baking pan or pie plate - when it's all melted sit a votive candle inside wick & all (take the paper off the bottom though)
      You might have to use tape or a clothes pin to keep the wick straight up as it cools.You might want to wait til the melted wax cools a little but not too much so you can sit the next candle into it & not worry about it melting too much as well or loosing the wick.
      replace the lid.
      Candle power

    3. mama_zed 82 months ago | reply

      i use jars instead of plastic storage dishes.

    4. Jilena Rachelle creations and design [deleted] 81 months ago | reply

      screw the lids with thred side out to a bottomside of the very bottom shelf then attach the glass jar back on to the lid like normal. makes easy storage in a space you normal wouldn't use. now put any thing you like in it for easy storage.

    5. TSStechAngel 38 months ago | reply

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