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    I was at a liquidation store the other day and came across some battery operated tea light candles. They came 6 to a pack with batteries for $5.00

    Although they do not look much like candles, they are very effective when lit.
    I was thinking, with liability issues at craft shoes, they would be a great addition for candle sconces, lanterns etc.

    They have a little on off switch to power the flickering LED.
    The batteries are replaceable and when you think you can get them from a dollar store they are a real bargain
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    CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
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    thats a good idea Carl. where did you get them? and how big are they. we have something like that here. but they are biger than I would use. your friend Evie

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