I’ve had many a candle burn out in my house, but my favorite has to be this one from the Candle Shop in St. Paul.
It’s a real piece of art that’s going for about $100 at the candle store, and is available for $1.99 at the store.
The seller, Emily B. from the Netherlands, has been producing candles for a little over a year, and you can order yours online, and then mail it in to her from her shop.
She will even send you a tracking number to follow so you can track your order.
You can also get them from other online candle stores, including Candle.com, which sells a variety of candle products.
Emily B., who’s from the U.K., says she likes to make the candles in a small container because it’s easier to pack them than a larger pot, and because the smaller container keeps the candle cooler than the larger one.
Emily has a whole range of candles available, from one-ounce, two-ounce and four-ounce candles, as well as a variety made from other natural materials.
She says they all look very good and can be a little pricey at $1 to $3 per candle.
For more tips and inspiration for how to make your own candle, read our guide to buying a candle online.