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    Oil Candles

    I've been making a few oil candles to try to sell at a pre-Christmas art and craft show. These use some small disposable oil lamps http://www.acehardwareoutlet.com/(3i...051408I_MS.jpg that you can but in a lot of places.

    Ponderosa pine


    Siberian elm


    Cherry with segmented walnut rim

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    Very nice Curt! I especially like the Cherry - Walnut piece.

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    Hard to decide which one I like more. They are all very beautiful.

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    Curt they are all beautiful. I really like those. I need to get mine done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt Fuller View Post
    I've been making a few oil candles to try to sell at a pre-Christmas art and craft show. These use some small disposable oil lamps http://www.acehardwareoutlet.com/(3i...051408I_MS.jpg that you can but in a lot of places.

    Ponderosa pine


    Siberian elm


    Cherry with segmented walnut rim
    Curt,
    Those are cool... I make a few of those myself, and buy my oil candles at Wally-World. I even turn hurricane style lamps with a chimney and put the candles in them too.
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    I really love those and the disposable Oil lamp. I need to get some of those! By the way, my favorite is the first one.

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    Really nice lamps Curt the first one stands out for me simply because of the grain pattern but they all look great
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