Saturday, November 29, 2008

Come On Baby, Light My Fire.

Everyone Loves Candles.

Well, Everyone HUMAN.
Cats and Dogs and other little critters tend to shy away ;)

Who can resist the gentle flicker or the intoxicating aroma of a scented candle?
Nobody, that's who!

Auntie Di's De-lights offers a wide array of Soy-Wax Candles. Available in 8Oz and 16 Oz Jars, with scent ranging from fruity & delicious to herbal & relaxing, Di's candles make the PERFECT gift. They are already tied up with a pretty little ribbon and tag. Keep a small stash of them for last minute hostess gifts or the occasional forgotten birthday.

Priced range from $8 to $12; Worldwide shipping is Available on Request.

AJ's Country Cottage
While browsing AJ's Country Cottage, my mouth began to water. Though it could be that i skipped breakfast, it's probably because of scents like "Buttercream Frosting", "Black Raspberry & Vanilla", and "GingerBread Spice" This PayPal friendly site is PEFRECT for a surprise gift, as they are "Secret Pal Friendly"

Ten Digit Creations

Who LOVES Business Trips
(looks around to see no hands raised)
Come on! Early Mornings, Boring Meetings, cold and impersonal hotel rooms, it's GREAT!


Ten Digits Creations Travel Tin Candles can help make an nessesary evil a little more bearable. With or without wicks ( for lodgings that don't approve fire in the room), these little marvels make a PERFECT office Secret Santa Gift. Ten Digit Offers TONS of great scents, and is family run, so you can feel good about helping people make a living making things.


eclipse said...

Martinsville Emporium makes really lovely soy wax candles with great scents.

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