Weekly Giveaway: Scented Candles from Way Out Wax! Elysad is the winner!
All that spring cleaning can really take it out of a person. I haven't touched a broom all winter long and my apartment is currently one big dustball. To top it off, my dog hasn't seen a bathtub since December. I know, seriously funky. What do you do when the cleaning isn't all the way there and you also need to breathe? Scented candles to the rescue! Way Out Wax (http://www.wayoutwax.com/index.html) makes the most amazing soy wax candles that will make you wish electricty was never discovered.
To win 10 adorable soy wax tea lights in a delicious Lavender Lemongrass Marjoram scent, let me know what your favorite candle scent is!
Giveaway ends on Tuesday, April 6th at midnight, PST! Winner will be chosen at random!
Lilac is the most wonderful smell ever. Reminds me of the bushes my mum grew lining our backyard. Every summer they would bloom, and everything smelled like heaven.
pine? or maybe lemongrass - something clean smelling
I only ever use candles for power outages and they're unscented.
eta: Ha! That was me guessing for myself, not questioning your pine choice, ac. Vive le pine.
My favorite candle scent is vanilla!
Definitely lavender. I'm often tightly wound and lavender scents never fail to bring me to peace. If it's coupled with vanilla that's even better!
Mmmm... it depends on the season: lilac, geranium, cucumber, mango, grapefruit, pumpkin spice, vanilla, sugarcookie, gingerbread, pine... There. A full year of candle love. :)
Lavender, Patchouli and Sandalwood. ;)b
I like lilac scented candles. Lilacs are my favorite flowers (I share that with my late grandmother) and it seems to be an easy cent to replicate in candle form. It's my total favorite.
lilly of the valley, lilac and fresh mown grass.
Eucalyptus and citrus......mmmmmmm....so refreshing.
Love patchoulli !
Lavender is great !
Cloves in the fall
apple cinnimon all the way!
Their Juniper grove candle is the best!!!! <3 it! :)>>>
Grapefruit in the summer and cinnamon in the winter! Yum~