Candle fans are a great way to achieve a wide spread of effects for relatively little money and bring variety to any display. This is a quick and simple guide to creating a wooden candle frame, mounting candles to the frame and fusing them in such a way they can be lit from one fuse. There are many ways to create candle frames this is easily the simplest and cheapest, this particular frame is tailor made to the particular candles I chose to use for this demo, larger candles (27mm 8 shot for example) will need a larger frame. Materials: Pine baton Screws Good quality cable ties Tools: Saw Tape measure Drill bit (for piloting) Screwdriver Step 1 Cut your timber to size, you will need 2 x horizontal wide enough to accomodate your fan and 2 x vertical to support the frame. For my frame the horizontal timbers are 400mm the vertical 500mm. Step 2 Lay your timbers in position ensuring the candle will make contatct with the floor and the topmost horizontal timber is low enough for the candle to be secured to it. Step 3 Pilot the fixing holes and screw the timbers together. Step 4 Position the candles and secure with good quality cable ties, more cable ties may be required for larger candles. It is important not to overtighten cable ties on roman candles, the tubes on some candles can be quite 'soft', when the candle fires it may 'bulge' resulting in either a blow out or the cable tie failing.