Monday, September 29, 2014

The "Scentsational" Fragrance of Candles for Fall

There is nothing like a fabulously scented candle to fill the house with pleasing fragrance.

Each season has its share of scents to match its offerings.

Fall is probably my favorite season of all. 

I received four wonderfully scented candles for my birthday from three different people.

One of my sisters gave me a pumpkin and chai candle (not pictured) that is also quite appealing.

The apple pumpkin is burning now and was a gift from a very dear niece. It's delightful!

Then, my all-time faves are Village Candle Company's "maple butter" (smells like yummy pancakes) and "orange cinnamon."

Yum yum yum These candles fill the front hallway  with wonderful scents that rise to the second and even the third floor of this house.

While all are quite amazing, and I'm deeply grateful for them, orange cinnamon remains in top place.



diane.stetson said...

I know you love scented candles so I'm so glad you got some for your birthday. Enjoy them to the fullest.

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: Autumn candles have a very good smell. Keep in touch

Gayle said...

Oh, wow. I must try these. The Maple Butter sounds delightful and delectable.

Karen Lange said...

These scents all sound wonderful! I love getting candles, and in the fall I like to burn vanilla (a year round favorite), and pumpkin and cinnamon scents. I think I need to go out and buy a new candle! ;)

Have a wonderful week!

Dee said...

I want that apple this season. Everything is so pretty and smells great.

Red Rose Alley said...

You must really love these candles to get them from FOUR different people. I have a pumpkin spice candle that I got last year, and it's still going strong this year. Autumn is my favorite season too, Susan. I love everything it brings to us.


Stephanie said...

Mmmm... I love apple cinnamon in the Fall :)

Hugs to you!

Chatty Crone said...

I have to admit I love the smells very much - but they can give me headaches. Maple butter sounds good!

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