Fruit or vegetable holder for tealight
: A hollowed out fruit or vegetable makes a fun, easy, and compostable tealight holder. The project that I linked to is a mini-pumpkin tealight holder, but that's just one idea. You also can make a tealight holder out of any vegetable or fruit that can be cut so that the bottom is flat. Artichokes make especially elegant tealight holders. Orange or lemon halves emit a fresh smell when you burn a tealight in them.
Vintage tart pan tealight: Blogger Sania Pell melted three tealights into a vintage tart pan to create a tart pan tealight. She pushed three tea lights out of their metal rings, and she placed them in a vintage tart pan. Over very low heat, she melted the tea lights in the tart pan a little bit, then pushed the wax flat into one soild candle. She then let the wax harden. It is a clever project that uses only things that she had in her pantry.
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