The tealight candle, another option similar to the votive but smaller in size, is set inside its own aluminum or clear lucite container and available in different quantities at Candles4Less.com.) Tealight holders can add an elegant detail to candle-lit settings. Scented tealights and fire safe electronic tealights are also available.
Tip: Be aware that not everything is a tealight holder. Consider if the material is flammable or too fragile to withstand the heat. Even some glass is too thin for tealights and will crack and break under the hot pressure! Use fillers, such as sand, to absorb the heat and pressure.
Taper Candles :(The taper candle is a classic style often used in ceremonies for church and weddings.
At Candles4Less.com tapered candles vary in color, length, width, and drip or no drip.)
Tip: Make sure the taper candles standing as straight as possible in its holder for an even burn and to prevent drip page. Do not drip wax from the tip of the candle into the holder because it will cause the candle to drip. Do not use other materials to prop the candle because it is a potential fire hazard Use wax candle fitter to secure the taper candle into its holder.
(Candles4Less.com’s floating candles are a popular
source of well-lit ambiance.) Place them in pools, spas, or ponds. Florists and wedding coordinators
alike also use them to create sophisticated centerpieces.
Tip: Use clippings from your garden, natural stones, and crystals to
create submerged water table displays. Succulents maintain their beauty
well under water and crystals look dramatic magnified in vases of water.
Also make sure the water is distilled in order to prevent bubbles and
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