More works here.
So I ordered some Anise wax cubes and Clove wax cubes from a shop on Etsy.com, melted them down with an orange dye cube, and poured them into three small candle tins.
The scent is very earthy and smoky, not quite anise and not quite clove. We haven't lit them yet, but I have high hopes they'll throw a nice strong scent.
Fiendishly delightful Citrus notes swirl magically with rare wood accords.
Primary notes of Cloves and Cedar dance mysteriously with hints of Incense, Citrus and other exotics. Utterly bewitching.
While folklore suggests this unassuming yellow woodland flower might repel werewolves, we're sure its delightful floral fragrance will have you happily howling at the moon!
Jason and Samantha Hawes of Ghost Hunters
will be at our Yankee Candle Village Store in South Deerfield, MA this
Saturday, August 2nd from 9am to 1pm! The $20 entry fee will include a
meet and greet and photo opportunity, plus exclusive Ghost Hunters
merchandise will be available to purchase. This is their only New
England appearance for the rest of this year, so don’t miss out!
Twenty clams to enter the event to meet these two and to have the opportunity to purchase Ghost Hunters merchandise. I'm starting to hate this company. Though if they release a scent that smells like a toasty Jack O'Lantern, I'll forgive them.
This Saturday, the annual [disappointing] event at all Yankee Candle stores - the Halloween 2014 Preview Party.
Hopefully they have some cool Halloween scents besides the usual Candy Corn and Witches' Brew.
We took a trip to New Hope, PA Sunday morning and found these creepy things.