My friend who’s been obsessed with candlesticks for years has finally found one for her, and she’s excited.
Citronella candlestricks are a bit of a rarity these days, and the ones I’ve seen are very pricey.
I’m pretty sure you can find some at your local pharmacy for $40-$100.
I’ve always been into the idea of making my own candlestikens, but I’m not sure how to go about it.
I don’t know how to buy a bottle of citronellas, or a box of citronella candles, or get one made at home.
Luckily, there are a few websites that will make them for you.
One of them, CantoBin, has a lot of information about the ingredients and how to make your own.
Here’s a quick rundown of what you need:A candlemaker’s drill and a bitumen torch.
The two pieces you’ll need are a drill press and a torch.
If you don’t have a drill, a wooden block can do the job.
I found this one at a craft store for $15.00.
A small metal bar works too.
You can also use a metal ruler.
A glass container.
I used a 2-quart glass container, but you can also buy the same thing at any craft store.
I used an 8-by-12-inch glass container for this experiment.
I also used this small wooden block to hold the candles.
The candle holder.
I bought this at Home Depot for $3.99, and it’s a little heavy, so I used it for the candle holder (which is made of wood and plastic).
The piece of glass.
I cut a piece to the size of the candle holders, and cut the piece into 4 pieces.
You want to make sure that you cut it to a length that matches the length of the candlesticky candle you’re making.
You’ll also want to have enough room to make a hole through the center of the piece of wood, so it doesn’t fall out.
This is where I used the drill.
I didn’t have the drill with me, so my friend used this drill to make her own.
I like to keep the drill as short as possible, so when I’m working with it, I don.
You don’t want it too long, and you don:You can see the holes in the center where the candleholder attaches to the candle.
You should be able to see where the hole is made.
You need to use your drill to drill a hole in the glass container with the wood block you cut.
It doesn’t matter what size drill you use, or what kind of wood you use (I used the wood I bought), just make sure the hole isn’t too deep.
I had mine drilled about 2/3 of the way in.
Next, you want to add the pieces of wood.
I made mine with a wooden dowel and then a nail gun.
I’m not quite sure what the nail gun looks like, but it looks pretty sturdy.
The dowel isn’t very thick, but if you’re using a drill and you use too much force, the nail will get caught on something, and then you’ll have to drill again.
The nail is the easiest way to do this.
Once you’ve got the dowel, you can use a piece of string to secure it to the bottom of the glass.
Next you want the candles to sit in the candle box.
This is the place where the candles will sit for a few hours.
You’re going to make them look good by filling them up with a lot more than they are.
You might even want to fill the candles with a lighter fluid, or even water.
I filled mine with water.
You can leave the candles out for a couple hours, and let them dry overnight.
Then, you’ll make your first batch of candlestICK.
This batch of candles looked like this:The first batch.
This was the batch I used for my experiment.
The second batch looked like the first batch, but with the candles on top.
The second batch.
You will see a lot in this picture.
I left the candles in the box for a while, and I started making the next batch of candle.
This batch of them looked like:This batch looked a little different, but not too different.
The light was on, and there were candles in all four corners.
You could see the candle light on the sides of the box.
I also noticed that the candles were a little darker than the first one.
I took my candle oil and put it in a bottle, and left it in the refrigerator overnight.
When I woke up, I was using the oil to light up the candles, and now I had more candles than I knew what to do with.
I was like, “What the heck is going on?
This isn’t what I expected.”
I took a candle, and