Bayberry candle holder turns 10 years old

A 10-year-old Bayberry Candle Holder that is the most popular among children in its age category in the United States is now the oldest in the world.

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, it is the oldest candle holder in the U.S. to date, surpassing the record held by a candle holder made in Germany.

In addition, the candle holder is the first to have the candle in a bayberry style.

The Bayberry is made of red apple juice that is fermented in a barrel, then is ground to a powder.

It is then soaked in water and ground into a fine powder before being dipped into boiling water for a few seconds to break up the pulp.

A candle holder like this is made to hold an assortment of candles, including the most common variety called bayberry, which is a combination of the two berries.

“This is an incredible honor for our company,” said Jim Sautter, Bayberry Co. president.

“We’ve had a tremendous amount of support from our customers and the local community for over 40 years.

We’re thrilled to see this milestone become a reality for this iconic product.”

Sautters father, Steve Sauter, has made candles for over 50 years and says this is the only candle holder that has held up to that level of maintenance.

“It’s amazing.

It’s been a privilege to work with our company over the years to keep it in a good working condition,” he said.

Sauters father says that this candle holder has never had any problems, and that the family has been doing this for many years.

“There is always something to fix,” said Steve Sautsons father, as he looked out the window of his home to watch the candle holders progress through their 10-day journey to becoming the oldest on record.

Sautsers father has been a candlemaker for 40 years and said that his father was one of the first in the country to sell bayberry candles.

Bayberry candles are traditionally made of a mixture of sugar, water, and cinnamon, with a powder added to break down the pulp and keep the candle warm.

The candle holder uses a metal plate to hold the candles, which are then heated on a wood burning stove.

The oldest candle is made in the state of Oregon, where it is made with red apple pulp and then ground into powder.

The company has been making candles since 1979, and is now based in Santa Barbara, California.

“Our family has supported our business for 40+ years,” said Sautsers father.

“My dad, Jim, has been the person to always get it done right the first time, and he did that every time.”

He continued, “He’s a really dedicated person who always gets things done right.”

The Baybyris first candle was made in 1979.

Saucers father, Jim Sautser, was one the first people in the nation to make the Bayberry in a home that was originally made for a Christmas party.

Sauxers father said that when he and his wife moved into their home, they were expecting a baby.

But when the baby was born, he decided to make a candle to hold her.

He began with sugar and water, then made the bayberry powder.

“That was a tough decision,” he recalled.

“When you get a baby, you have to make sure you get all the nutrients that you can.

But, for the first year, I thought, well, I’m going to do this.

I’m gonna do it in the kitchen.

And I’m not even gonna put it on the stove.”

He used a wood stove to make his candle.

“I think the best part is that you don’t have to worry about burning it,” he continued.

“If you don`t want to do that, you can turn it off.”

The family is continuing to make Bayberry Candles and have begun making new candles with a larger variety of colors and colors that include blue, red, purple, and yellow.

Sauers father is also making the Baybourys next candle.

Sausers father made his candle with blue and red, and added the cinnamon powder to make it pink.

“You can’t make this stuff out of sugar,” he laughed.

The candles are being made in Sauttss home with the help of a family friend.

“They’ve been making them for years,” Sautss said.

“But we`re doing it on a family scale.

They`re all from one home, and I think they`re gonna be doing well.”

The candles will be sold at local and online retailers throughout the United Kingdom, Canada, and Europe in January.

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