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Use The Following Materials
Prepare The Base
Select a small pot that has an opening that is smaller than the base of the bowl. The pot will be supporting the bowl, so it is important to have one that is sturdy. Soak the pot in a bucket of water for an hour. Clay is porous. After water is absorbed through the material, you will be able to drill holes through it in the next step without having to worry about the clay crumbling.
Remove the pot and place it on a newspaper covered surface. Drill several holes through the pot with a power drill. The holes will provide oxygen that is necessary for the candle to burn. Spray the surface of the pot with heat resistant paint. Wait a couple hours for the paint to dry.
Prepare The Bowl
Select a small glass bowl that has a larger base than the opening of the pot.The bowl will hold the essential oils as the flame from the candle warms them. Clean the bowl out with soapy water. Rinse it with plain water. Dry the bowl with a lint free cloth. Place decorative glass chips or marbles in the base of the bowl. The decorations will add visual appeal.
Wrap a measuring tape around the rim of the bowl. Cut a piece of self adhesive trim that is the same measurement. Peel the paper backing from the trim. Adorn the top of the bowl by attaching the piece of trim around the rim. Press the trim down firmly against the glass to secure it. Set the bowl on top of the base when finished.
Enjoy Your Favorite Oils
Place a tealight in the bottom of the pot. Light it with a match. Pour one your favorite essential oils into the bowl. Place the bowl on top of the pot. Lay back and relax as you smell the pleasant scent that is emitted from your new tealight oil warmer.
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