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Candle help needed

Posted by oakleyok (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 16, 10 at 19:24

Below is the link for a Hurricane Candle holder I bought in the Winterberry pattern.

It's 10" tall, and pretty wide. The spec's are on the page below.

I also bought two "votive" candle holders that are 6" tall, same Winterberry pattern, and pretty wide at the bottom.

Do I want a pillar candle for the Hurricane?

And for the 6" votive holder, I guess that's their way of sayin only to use votives, right? A votive would look awfully small in one of these. lol.

I know we went through this before, but I want to make sure I use the correct size/type candle so the glass won't break.

Here is a link that might be useful: Hurricane Candle Holder


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Nevermind

Heh, after I did this topic I found the perfect candles and now have them sitting on the mantel burning.

I was sooo tired of having candles that I couldn't light because of the mess they'd make, except for Yankee Candles, and now the hurricane's are perfect!

Now my living room has a little touch of Christmas since it's the Christmas design. :) Thankfully it's not that noticeable unless you get up close to it.


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RE: Candle help needed

Wow! That's super, Oakleyok, don't you just love it when things just work out? The design is subtle, so most people won't even realize it's a Christmas design and will just enjoy the candle light. ;o) Enjoy. Luvs


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RE: Candle help needed

I had a candle burning last night and it made me think of you!!
Have a good week!
J


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