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If You Have A Few Spare Candles And Some Coffee Beans At Home, You Can Make THIS

MAY 21, 2015  —  By Emily Geraghty  
Emily Geraghty

Emily Geraghty

Emily Geraghty is a DIY writer and video specialist for ViralNova. Previous to ViralNova, she worked in digital content and video production for MTV, Allure, Glamour and LogoTV, as well as reality television development. In her free time she runs the fashion blog That Cheap Bitch.com, a blog about thrift store shopping and inexpensive beauty trends.

Scented candles can be relaxing, but buying them can be expensive, and therefore stressful! A lot of pricey candles contain organic wax, fancy essential oils, and other ingredients that drive up the price. If you love candles but don't like shelling out your hard-earned cash, you can turn cheap wax or old candles into one-of-a-kind creations with a handful of coffee beans, a teacup, and a few vanilla beans. Check out the video below and learn how to make these cute crafts.

(source Little Things)

I have a few teacups I picked up at a thrift store recently that are just sitting in my kitchen. I'm going to turn them into adorable candles using this method. Will you try this at home?

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