Wishingfish Candles

Our Colored Flame Candles burn brightly in a rainbow of colors, and can be used over and over again! Mix and match colors for each special occasion and enjoy their festive glow, then replace the cap and they're ready for the next celebration! Best of all, they are smokeless, dripless, non-toxic and won't melt all over your cake. Set of 6 candles includes 1 each of red, orange, yellow, green, blue and pink (each candle burns its corresponding color flame). Each candle is 3-1/2" tall and burns for approximately 7 minutes.
  • 89 months ago wishingfish »

    hilarious.

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  • 98 months ago wishingfish »

    Add some modern style and a dose of elementary color to your d├ęcor with our cool stainless steel candle tree! Each colored glass fixture accommodates a tea light -- there's room for four in total -- offering a subtle but distinctly hued glow. The candle holder's striking architecture makes it strong enough to hold its own as a centerpiece; it's also sleek enough to fit into almost any established design theme.

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  • 542 months ago wishingfish »

    If you are looking to add a dash of uniqueness to your table decoration, you might want to invite Gorgeous Helen over... No, Gorgeous Helen is not the latest interior decorator from Sweden, but the newest product by Anke and Katrin from the designers cooperative Dekoop in Hamburg. It was officially presented for the first time at the Tendence Design Fair in Frankfurt earlier this year. Made of parchment, each set contains 3 different shades with cute and whimsical designs that are printed in a faint white. All you need to do is take them out of the package, roll them up, drop a tealight into a wine glass and add the lampshade. That's it! Instantly the white pattern is transformed to a darker shade (as if it were a shadow) and wine glasses are turned into sweet miniature lamps. Have an enchanted evening... Sold as a set of 3 different designs. Tealights and wine glasses not included. Shades measure approximately 5" tall.

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