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  1. I’m in my garage looking for holiday bags and stumble on this case of oils that I forgot were there! Hundreds of dollars worth that I thought I was out of or low on. Can you believe it?! I had this in the garage when I ordered a few bottles I was “out” of. 🙄
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  2. Nice! Looks like CS? I hope some of those are the wonderful phalate filled fragrances! 😉😂
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  3. Depends. Are we a sexy witch or trying to smite our enemies?
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  4. Oh JEEZE... SUCH excitement!!!! I'm sitting here remembering the old ladies melting down clear plastic milk jugs and hot glue sticks to make hard dipping wax. They would also get a large piece of lead split shot (like the kind used in fishing) and pinch it onto a length of cotton trussing twin with their teeth and then dip that into a mix of hot paraffin and vaseline to load their wicks. Russians would just take a wick (COMPLETELY UNSECURED) and literally ROLL it up in a lopsided rectangular piece of beeswax comb and that was the STANDARD beeswax candle over there. 😂 ❤️ Sponiebr The Executor of Bad Ideas and Sundry Services
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  5. Oh go back in time. Love the vid where she lays no attention to wick recommendations. She uses bigger wicks because she loves fast hot throw. 🙈
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  6. It's a conspiracy I tell you. I am *surrounded* by Candle Supply stores. All of them right at 4 hours away. I will be spending a week in Pigeon Forge over the Christmas Holiday so that will put me right at Aztec. Might have to stock up while I'm in the area and save on some of those shipping charges.
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  7. I agree but not with cheap candle lol There is this company called Bijou Candle that sells "Witchy" coven candles. The scent fill the room and soy burns clean.
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  8. Step 1: use a much bigger box than you think you need. USPS guidelines are for at least 2" of cushioning between the item and the box. When i ship glass and pottery i double-box. The item gets honeycomb paper (used to bubble wrap), then it is inserted into the first box. The inner box is then cushioned with the 2" of additional honeycomb or peanuts. Make sure that dunnage is really snug. If you shake the box with some gusto and ANYTHING moves even a tiny bit, use more. Peanuts shift a lot in transit, so even if you put The breakable in the middle it may wind up on an edge during the trip. Whatever you use, plan for the box to be dropped a minimum of 3 vertical feet (typical drops on postal or UPS equipment). Practice at home dropping boxes from waist or chest height to a cement floor.
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