lone ranger wrote:
I'm not sure if I'm the only one to come up with that candle design, if I came up with it, then thats just awesome!
You're not the first one to use the white technic pin for a candle, but you may be the first to use the yellow lever for the flame. I first saw the the technic pin used as a candle at Brickfest 2004 (IIRC the builder was Derek Schin). He used a different piece for the flame though. In the old days, 1x1 round plates came in pairs attached to a sprue. Once you removed them from the sprue you threw the plastic sprue away. Derek used one of these seemingly worthless plastic sprues (in yellow) as his candle flame - wedging it into the technic pin. I liked the idea so much that when I made a vignette of a church alter I used white technic pins for candles also. My candles were inverted compared to yours and for flames I just attached 1x1 round plates in trans orange to the top. Out of these three versions though, I think your yellow lever looks the best.
As for the rest of your MOC: The wardrobe doesn't do much for me. It's rather nondescript and the red and white 1x1 rounds look odd. But, the rest of the room is well done. Good job on hinging one wall so it swings out to open it up for photography purposes.
Good luck in the contest,