Monday, November 3, 2014

Colonial Candles



I absolutely love candles! I just love having the house filled with the scent of one of my candles. I love all different scents of candles, fruity, nature, and pretty much everything in between. Typically I usually buy candles around holiday shopping time. You cant beat the sales going in during the winter holidays!  Needless to say, I was really excited to be given the opportunity to review Colonial Candle.

I learned some interesting facts about Colonial Candle. Not only are their products made in the US, but they are also r
ecognized as the first candle company started by a woman. How neat is that! To learn more about this company check out their About Us page here.
Colonial Candle has great information on their website. You can read about candle care here and candle burn times here.

I received four candles from Colonial Candle to review. Their scents are Snowday, Blue Spruce, Birch & Clove, and Winter Woods.

I decided to first light up Snowday. 
                                                                        
This is a new scent from Colonial Candle. Here is the description for the scent as seen 
on their website.
"Let the snow fall outside as you bundle up with this refreshing blend of eucalyptus, mint, and dewy greens. This fragrance glistens with goodness."

I really enjoyed the scent, it is light and not overwhelming. I could have this candle lit all day.


I next tried out Winter Woods.



Here is a description of the scent as seen on their website. "
Stroll through the woods, boots crunching in the snow, and the air filled with the scent of pine trees."
I would say this scent is tied with snowday, I could also burn this all day.

Next I tried Birch and Clove.
                                                           
This is a new scent from Colonial Candle. Here is the scent description as seen on their website. "Get cozy with the warm wood notes of birch, cinnamon, and clove, sitting on a base of creamy vanilla and musk. This aromatic scent will warm your heart. "
I love how this scent is not overwhelming with the scent of clove. It is there enough to be noticeable, but not extremely strong. Such a clean smell.


Today I am lit the last scent Blue Spruce.


This is a new scent from Colonial Candle. Here is the scent description as seen on their website. "This welcoming scent with notes of pine, winter greens, and woodsy amber is like a visit to the tree farm." 

This scent was the strongest of the bunch. I am not feeling the greatest today, both my kiddos and I are sick. I really enjoyed the scent, but I had to extinguish the candle sooner than I planned.I think I am actually due for a nap, I honestly feel terrible.

I absolutely love these candles! Not only do they make my house smell amazing, but they are also a great decoration piece! I love the fact they have such a long burn time. I will be able to enjoy these candles through out the Holidays and New Year! Their prices are also unbeatable! Check out their sales prices here.

Colonial Candle and I would like to offer you a discount off of your purchase. Use the code FROGGY25 when you check out to receive your discount. 


Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with the company Colonial Candles
or any of Colonial Candles Employees. I received four Colonial Candle brand candles solely for the purpose to properly give my opinion on the product. Other than the four Colonial Candle brand candles, I did not receive any compensation for this review. Even though I did receive these products for free, the details in this review are 100% my thoughts and opinions.































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