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Posted:Hmm - without wanting to scorch the grass is tricky, as you're then looking into metal structures with wicking attached. If you can't mark the grass at all, it would really need to be kevlar as towelling would disintergrate and fall onto the grass.
To make them quick lighting, you can use a more volatile fuel over a paraffin base - e.g. you could use lighter-fuel on one end to make sure that it catches quickly, then just let the paraffin do the rest of the work.
If this is going to be infront of the stage, you'll want to consider smoke as well - don't want to blind/choke the audiance (or performer).
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Posted:RE: PAPER BAGS THIS IS A REALLY GOOD IDEA- I'VE USED PAPER BAGS TO MARK OUT PATHS AND LABYRINTHS AND IS REALLY EFFECTIVE- TEA LIGHTS LAST FOR AGES AND ANY PAPER BAG WILL DO...THE STRIPEY ONES FROM SWEET SHOPS OR BROWN ONES FROM MARKETS ARE EXCELLENT-
ALSO ITS PRETTY SIMPLE TO LIFT THE TURF A SPADES WIDTH IF YOU GAN GET PERMISSION AND HAVE A LITTLE TIME!!
life is like a box of chocolates- i like the fruity bits..