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DIY: Make recycled candles for Candlemas Day

February 2nd has had special significance since ancient times: celebrated as Imbolc by the Celts, and more recently as Candlemas by Christians, it's also commonly known as Groundhog Day. Although the days are growing longer, winter's darkness is certainly still present, and candles can help dispel the gloom until the sun returns again. Read on for DIY instructions for how to make some of your own recycled candles to brighten up your home for this February festival.
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