Saturday, 17 December 2011

Review: Yankee Candles

Are you doing some last minute Christmas shopping? Unsure of what to get someone? 
Well I may have the answer, how about some Sampler candles?  You get up to 15 hours of home fragrance for just £1.75 (that works out at 11p for a constant hour of home fragrance!) and because of the complex layering of each Yankee Candle fragrance, you  know you will still be able to smell the fragrance for a long time after you have put the candle out. You could put the sampler in a Foil Pattern Votive Holder (£4.15) or a Roly Poly Holder which is just £1.09 and wrap in clear cellophane with a coloured ribbon for a lovely present.
I was over the moon to have received a box containing different fragranced sampler candles and also 3  Foil Pattern Votive Holder's.
As soon as Mr.B opened the box the lovely strong scented smell from the candles escaped into our living room! Our living room smelt 'good enough to eat' and that's without lighting a candle.

Later that evening we lit one candle in the holder and within a few minutes the scent was all around the living room. 
It was lovely to relax and unwind in a yummy scented room!
The next morning when Alesha got out of bed, she kept asking me to take a candle down because she wanted to smell it. After having a sniff of each candle her response was "mmm nice mummy"! So it's not only me & Mr.B that has a thing for Yankee Candle's.

Yankee Candle's have a wide variety of Christmas fragrances out now!
You can purchase them from a wide range of high street stores and also many online shops including www.yankee.co.uk.

***WITH CHRISTMAS JUST AROUND THE CORNER, WHY NOT BUY A LOVED ONE A YANKEE PRODUCT AND MAKE THEM HAPPY ON CHRISTMAS DAY***

About Yankee Candles
Christmas 1969. Seventeen-year-old Mike Kittredge, too broke to buy his mother a present, melted some crayons to make her a candle. A neighbor saw it and convinced Mike to sell the candle to her. With that small stake, he bought enough wax to make two candles - one for his mom, and another to sell. That was the birth of Yankee Candle.







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