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Here's the full how-to: turning an orange into a candle

 
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That is so cool - and pretty!
 
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That is pretty! Bet it smells good too. Thanks for sharing the link!
 
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Very cool idea.
 
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I really like how the string from the peel is used as a wick. I bet, it is the trickiest part of the operation.
 
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