Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Autumn Sounds & Smells - Frebreze Wooden Wick Candles

  • Dry leaves crunching under your feet
  • Cranberries
  • Turkey Roasting on Thanksgiving Day
  • The woodstove
  • Chicken Soup
  • Crackling Fire
  • Pine needles

Many of those smells of the season's change are merely memories for me. I don't get to smell the woodstove or fireplace burning and palm leaves don't fall from the trees. One of the things that I miss MOST about living in New England is the Fall season. The brisk air, the smells, the way I'd feel invigorated when I'd go outside and the foods that we'd cook to keep us warm - all memories.

Fortunately, Febreze has a new line of Wooden Wick Candles that are giving me a bit of those sounds and smells that I miss.

By creating a wooden wick, these new candles crackle like a wood-fire to bring the sounds of fall and winter into your home (even if you live in Florida like I do).  With scents like Anjou Pear Spice, Cranberry Pear and Gingersnap Vanilla - your home (like mine) can smell of wonderful memories and the feel of the season.

For more information on these new candles visit Febreze on Facebook or Febreze on Twitter and “Like” or “Follow” the brand to keep up with the latest news from Febreze and be sure to look for Febreze Home Collection Wooden Wick candles at your local Walmart in fragrances like Green Tea Citrus, Pomegranate Mango, Cranberry Pear, Orange Honeycomb, Rosewood Plum and Willow Blossom; as well as seasonal scents that include Anjou Pear Spice, Gingersnap Vanilla, and Yumberry Sangria.

I received product & a gift card from My Blog Spark for this review. All opinions are my own and YES my house smells like Fall now.


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Richard @ Wooden Coffee Tables said...

The smells are the best thing about this time of year! The cold weather certainly isn't.

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