Do you look forward to decorating your home for the holidays? Decorating can be such a fun way to express your creative ideas, and decorative accents such as candles can bring added enjoyment to all who admire your creative touches. Perhaps you already use Christmas candles for your table or mantel centerpieces, or maybe you’re looking for fresh decorative candle ideas. Either way, our classic wood wick scented candles give you numerous options for setting a mood with the aid of holiday fragrances.
There is an abundance of choices for scented candles, and you can stick with classic fragrances or enjoy a mixture of classic, fun and artisan combinations.
Frankincense & Myrrh
It transpires those wise men of long ago certainly knew how to pick the perfect Christmas present. Luckily, you don’t have to be a king or a wise man nowadays to appreciate the benefits of these precious oil you don’t even have to wait until Christmas to burn it.
A spicy, woody accord, opening with precious notes of frankincense, oponax and cistus.
Anyone with a sweet tooth generally agrees that holiday goodies are one of the main attractions of any holiday celebration. Sweets and treats are cooked, baked, bought and presented for everyone’s enjoyment, and boy do they look and taste scrumptious. While our treat scented candles are non-edible, they sure smell good enough to eat, and that’s their main appeal. Imagine the heavenly aroma of candles that fill your home with the scent of freshly baked gingerbread biscuits. Treat fragrances are great choices for family gatherings, children, candy and dessert lovers.
Our popular candle at this time of year is Gingerbread.
As you go about preparing for the busy holiday, it’s nice to take some personal time to snuggle up on the couch (or in your favorite cushy chair) and relax. These quiet moments are perfect for candles that reinvigorate your spirit with natural outdoors winter fragrances. Each scent captures a different aspect of winter, and you can enjoy notes with names such as cashmere woods, cool snow drift, red berries and smoky firewood while gazing at twinkling tree lights.
Our favorite is Cranberry Orange & Cinnamon.
What will you choose this year?
Would love too know.