Ignite the night and enchant your home!
Hand poured soy candles with natural, lead-free wicks. In absolutely, true-to-life fragrances! Long lasting, cleaning burning, and eco-friendly.
Our soy container candles come packaged in recyclable glass jars with recyclable labels. We encourage you to re-use! Once your candle is spent simply wash out with warm soapy water, dry, and your jar is ready for it's new life!
Phthalate, Dye Free, vegan, cruelty free, enriched with essential oils
Candle burns approx.(16oz jar)80-100 hours.
Your burn times may vary based on environment, ambient temperature, ventilation etc.
Scents to celebrate the season and fill your home with magic.
Sir Tannenbaum: Welcome this gallant knight into your home, and he will bring joy and happiness to your season. This bold man-at-arms bears the smells of the deep woods, fresh pines, and Christmas trees. Catch him quick before he rides on!
Polar Express: Imagine traveling by rail directly from your home all the way to the North Pole to meet the big man himself! This scent is full of rich cocoa and peppermint candy canes to honor that fabled train.
Holly King: His majesty has arrived to grant you good winter tidings! A wreath of mistletoe, holly, ivy, evergreen boughs, frosted winter berries sits upon his head and a gust of brisk winter air follows him in.. the Holly King brings thoughts of comfort and joy to all that smell him.
Gingerbread Village: Sweet warm gingerbread houses all lined in a row, frosted with sweet snow.
First Snow: I've tried to capture the magic of the first snow with this scent! Mystical notes of cold, winter air, white poinsettia, and icecicles hanging off the branches of the old cedar tree.
Northern Lights: Mystical shifting lights are captured in this shifting scent of sparkling citrus spices and evergreens.
Wassail: The fire is lit, then they sing and dance in the frosty night, offering good wishes to a fruit tree and slurping from a bowl of carefully brewed spiced alcohol. This is wassailing, a pagan ceremony to bring on the spring. On a normally bitterly cold night in early January, groups of people, often with their faces painted and feathers adorning them, make a procession down alleyways and footpaths to fruit trees to have a riotous party and please the tree spirits. At the centre of the affair is the "wassail cup", a beer or cider cocktail shared by everyone, then there is a toast, I.t's offered to the trees. "Wassaile the trees, that they may beare
You many a Plum and many a Peare:
For more or lesse fruits they will bring,
As you do give them Wassailing."
Woodland Cabin: A cozy cabin tucked in the woods. Notes of cedar, fir, simmering spice, and a roaring fire.
Frosty Windowpanes: Waking up on a winter's morning to delicately frosted window panes with notes of cool winter and cozy vanilla.
Merry Berry: Winter berries with spice and everything to make your winter merry.
Yule: Celebrate the season with spiced apples, boughs of evergreen, and toasty vanilla.