Friday, December 2, 2011

Favorite Christmas scents............

Do you all love Christmas time as much as we do??? One of my favorite things is to pull out all of my favorite candles and soaps. Something about the smell of the pine makes me so giddy, and reminds me of Christmas as a child. So I thought I would share some of my favorites with you guys, and I would love it if you shared with me your favorites too!

These are all amazing and I have them all in the house as we speak!

PS Please say a little prayer for my sweet friend Chassity as she had her baby boy Fletcher a little early.Everyone is on the mend and Mr.Fletcher is doing great, but still can't come home yet. I know this must be so hard not to bring her bundle of joy home so if you don't mind lets send some hugs her way! xoxo

How sweet is this little man! cant wait to get my hands on him soon :)


  1. AW how nice to pop over and see my little man!! Thank you so much sweetie :)
    LOVE some holiday scents too, most magical time of year- in all senses! I should have Josh pick up a little yummy smelly non burning something for my hospital room!

    PS, ur home looks gorg!

  2. favorite scents...bundled evergreen candles are my favorite. i don't know the brand but they are sold in these little twine baskets and smell amazing. can't find on line so this is not really very helpful, but they sell them at a small local shop. i also love, love, love Red Currant from Votivo, but i burn it all year long, not just at Christmas. Crabtree and Evelyn used to have a wonderful scent called Holiday but i believe it's been d/c.

  3. Love Thymes scents! Can't wait to meet Fletcher too. Another great scent is the Nest holiday candle delish!

  4. Girl, go get Vanilla Bourbon Woods from B&B. Not evergreen-y but definitely warm and woods-y!

  5. Love WS's Winter Forest, the Winter Glade Plugins, and I actually burn the Better Homes and Gardens $4 Green candles that Walmart carries every year-so cheap and I get so many compliments on them! Think this year they are called Frasier Fir and Evergreen or something like that. And mulled cider for Fall!