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What We Do With Our Toilet Paper

  Crafting with wax can be completely addicting. So much so that you'll find yourself dipping anything in wax. I'm serious. When I ran out of bears to dip, it was only right for me to start looking around the house to find something new (and more exciting) to dip. The bear thing was okay, but when I dunked my first roll of toilet paper, it was waaay more exciting!  So, what's with the toilet paper you ask? Well, it's only that you can make wax dipped toilet paper into so many different creations (including bakery candle types) that you'd never know that it's toilet paper. Dipped TP is aesthetically charming, and can be customized to pretty much any theme...

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Perfect Summer Scents – Choosing the Ultimate Candle Treats

Summer is just days away, and the burning fragrance of the perfect summer scents will be sure to captivate your senses. There are numerous scents to choose from that will surely capture summer in the air. Fruity fragrances are on top of the list. Scented candle enthusiasts also prefer popular fragrances such as bakery candles, summer desserts, floral, and so much more. Whether you want a rustic country feel, citrusy and fruity or something out of the oven, you can smell the scent you want when the candles are lit. Fruit Scents Fruity is synonymous to summer. That’s why you can never think of summer without the smell of fruits from the tropical to the citrusy bunch. Fruit scents are the...

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Finding the Fantastic - A Fragrance for Every Season

There's something special about each and every season that we can grasp hold of and remember. Even if we favor one season over another, there's likely something that you'll love about one of the others that will bring fond memories or kindle warm feelings. Likewise, there are fantastic scents for each and every season, spring, summer, fall, and winter, at least one of which can recreate memories of those same wonderful things you love most about the seasons of the year. In my community, the arrival of spring is a welcome relief after four, and sometimes five months of shoveling driveways and scraping frosty windshields. It’s a welcomed season because the garden goes in and the BBQ comes out. But whether...

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