I always used to be a candle lover. That was one thing that my husband first noticed about me. I always had candles burning. Then we had kids and I was afraid to burn candles in our home. I have recently been introduced to Candle Warmers, Etc. and their line of warmers and I am hooked. They were kind enough to send me a Black Square Illumination Warmer and a Jack-O-Lantern Plug-In Fragrance Warmer.
The Black Square Illumination Warmer is a beautiful edition to my home. It matches any room I put it in and the light that flickers out of it is relaxing. My children especially love the Jack-O-Lantern Plug-In Fragrance Warmer because it lights up through the eyes, nose, and mouth of the pumpkin. It is adorable.
I told Candle Warmers, Etc. to surprise me with the scents that they chose to send me and they picked 2 perfect ones for me- Hot Maple Toddy- A warm, after dinner drink with pronounced notes of maple and rum, leading to a buttery, creamy vanilla and caramelized sugar base note and Pumpkin Spice- The fragrance of sweet cream pumpkin, complimented with nuances of nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, and ginger rounded out with buttery vanilla notes. Both scents were strong enough to fragrance my house but not so strong that they were overpowering. Both of my daughters are sensitive to smells and they both enjoyed both the Hot Maple Toddy and the Pumpkin Spice fragrances.
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Fall and winter holidays are marked by family and friend gatherings. Candles are a common décor item and help set a festive mood.
While candles improve a room’s ambiance through lighting and fragrance, an open flame can also spell deadly danger in under 60 seconds. Decorating safely is the key to protecting your home and loved ones during the holidays.
Candle Warmers Etc. encourages “candle-sense” and suggests the following candle tips to help keep family and friend gatherings safe:
• Never leave a candle unattended and keep burning candles away from items that
can catch fire.
• Use candle holders that don’t easily tip over and place on a sturdy, level surface.
• Don’t burn a candle all the way down as the holder or
container might catch fire.
• Never use a candle if oxygen is used in the home.
• Keep candles out of the reach of children and pets, and
keep matches and lighters up high in a locked cabinet.
• Before you go to sleep, make sure your fireplace fire is out
completely, candles are blown out, and strings of lights and
decorations are turned off.
• Instead of an open flame, use candle warming plates,
lamps and lanterns. For example, the Aurora candle
warmer lamp quickly heats the top of a wicked or wickless
jar candle to release the candle’s fragrance. And a
decorative candle warming lantern provides ambiance
without dangerous flames.
• Choose holiday decorations that are flame resistant or
For more information on Going Flameless, visit www.candlewarmers.com