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October 16, 2009


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Great tips! A lot of stores sell battery opperated "candles" with their Halloween decorations. They flicker like real candles but don't blow out in the wind. Plus, the kids can turn them on every night!


Hi Lisa,

Thanks for letting my readers and me know about battery operated "candles" to use in pumpkins. This sounds like a much more workable and safe options for consumers.


Pandora Ireland

I follow you VIA GFC and I love your blog!

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