By Haley Yarborough

Spotlight Scented candles and soaps for all ages

Seeley Lake Market


Haley Yarborough, Pathfinder

Donna Hacker (left) and her sister Anabelle (right) stand at their booth Tin Shed Candles at the Seeley Lake Market. Hacker and her sister sell scented candles and soaps, handmade wreaths, essential oils, bath bombs and homemade pies. 

SEELEY LAKE - Donna Hacker discovered her passion for candle-making after learning about it in a Martha Stewart Living magazine in 1998. Over 20 years later, Hacker and her sister Anabelle are selling handmade candles and soaps with their business Tin Shed Candles during the Seeley Lake Market every Sunday. 

"My mom told me you can paint and sculpt all you want but try to find something that you can make over and over that you might be able to make a living," Hacker said. "So I did and now it's a hobby."

This is Hacker's third year selling at the market. She and her sister sell scented can...

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