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pink 10-01-2012 09:22 PM

CP BASH 2012 Last Chance Fundraiser
 
For those that missed the Bash... I'm hosting a fundraiser for Arthritis Community Services in care of Mrs. NZoner. All of my commissions are going to the Charity.

SHOP ONLINE BELOW. Closing the order in a couple of days. Great Gifts! Contact me if you have any questions! waxmaam@gmail.com

Thanks! : pink

https://justthewaxmaam.scentsy.us/Sc...tyId=108270274

teedubya 10-01-2012 09:27 PM

I'd love to buy some for my wife for Christmas... but, which smells do you recommend?

Sometimes, I smell a candle at the store and immediately want to hurl. Some are pleasant... but when they are NOT pleasant... it's very unpleasant and it lingers with you, like you can ALMOST taste the shitty candle flavor. It's a shame we don't have "Smell-eCommerce" yet.

KS Smitty 10-01-2012 09:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by teedubya (Post 8968977)
I'd love to buy some for my wife for Christmas... but, which smells do you recommend?

Sometimes, I smell a candle at the store and immediately want to hurl. Some are pleasant... but when they are NOT pleasant... it's very unpleasant and it lingers with you, like you can ALMOST taste the shitty candle flavor. It's a shame we don't have "Smell-eCommerce" yet.

Honey pear cider is very nice and easy on the ol' schnozz-ola. MochaDoodle is another favorite, although you keep waiting for something yummy to come out of the oven.

pink 10-01-2012 09:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by teedubya (Post 8968977)
I'd love to buy some for my wife for Christmas... but, which smells do you recommend?

Sometimes, I smell a candle at the store and immediately want to hurl. Some are pleasant... but when they are NOT pleasant... it's very unpleasant and it lingers with you, like you can ALMOST taste the shitty candle flavor. It's a shame we don't have "Smell-eCommerce" yet.

If you know the kind of scents she likes, we can go from there. Or, we can go by category for instance, Citrus or Bakery or Spa or Fall scents. Or, if all else fails and she opens up the wax bar and doesn't like the scent, I will happily trade it out for her. You are local, so that would be no problem.

Our candle bars do not smell like cheap wax. And each Scentsy bar ($5) is equivalent in warm time to a large Yankee ($25). 50-80 hours in each bar, or 10-12 hours per cube. Your investment is in the warmer. Super cheap to "buy" a new candle when you run out.

HTH.

teedubya 10-01-2012 09:53 PM

OK... let's start with warmers... which ones of those would you recommend?

And I think Spa and Citrus type smells would be great. Any candle that smells like food would just piss me off and probably over time make me fatter.

pink 10-01-2012 10:04 PM

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Originally Posted by teedubya (Post 8969113)
OK... let's start with warmers... which ones of those would you recommend?

And I think Spa and Citrus type smells would be great. Any candle that smells like food would just piss me off and probably over time make me fatter.

Warmers: What are the Colors in your house?

And probably a good call on the bakery scents if that's the case... They are very true to scent, although much fewer calories.


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