30 December 2012

Favourite Christmas Candles

I looove candles... especially Christmas scented ones. On the first of December we went to the local Yankee Candle store and stocked up on all their lovely festive scents.
Now there are lots of candle brands I'd love to try, but at the moment my favourite brand is Yankee Candle due to the large variety of scents and reasonable prices.
These are the candles I've been burning all over Christmas...
left to right
Red Apple Wreath (sampler)
Christmas Tree 
Christmas Eve
Holiday Home Sweet Home
Happy Christmas (sampler)
Happy Christmas
Spiced Apple
holiday home sweet home Yankee Candle
Holiday Home Sweet Home
scent: cinnamon, cloves, pine, cedar and smoked firewood aromas.
(a little over powering if lit for a long time, however fills the room quickly with a warm and cosy festive scent)
Yankee Candle happy christmas red apple wreath
left sampler: Happy Christmas 
scent: Christmas pines and festive fruits.
right sampler: Red Apple Wreath
scent: sweet apples, cinnamon, walnuts and maple.
both candle holders are from Yankee Candle
spiced apple candle
Glade: Spiced Apple
A traditional favourite of mine, I always get this candle. A festive treat at only £2-£3 and it smells really Christmassy.
Yankee Candle Happy Christmas
Happy Christmas
(My Sister's)
scent: Christmas pines and festive fruits.
Lilyflame snow fall candle
 Lily-Flame Snow Fall
 (My Mother's)
scent: "Capturing the special quietness that comes with the first snow of the year." (aww)
yankee candle christmas eve
Yankee Candle christmas tree




















left: Christmas Tree (also my Sister's)
scent: pine and crisp eucalyptus
right: Christmas Eve
scent: warm hearth, sugared plums, and candied fruits.
I fell in love with the description of this candle. The scent reminds me of those traffic light lollipops and I only lit it on Christmas Eve; whilst wrapping presents by the Christmas Tree, during a bubble bath with my Christmas Eve bubblebar from Lush, and then finally before I went to bed with a glass of milk and mince pie for Father Christmas.
yankee candle christmas eve

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  1. Gorgeous photos, so festive!
    What did you find Christmas Tree like? really wanted to get that but couldn't find it anywhere Xx

    www.XxClaireLouisexX.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you :)
      To be honest, I thought it was a little bit of a waste of money because we had a real tree anyway! haha but it made the room smell even more pine fresh. I guess if you don't have a real tree then it'd be really nice xx

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