Autumn Candles – Blogtober 2018 – Day 2

Autumn for me, means new candles and burning them so our home smells amazing and inviting.  With Alex being that little bit older, I am planning on burning candles more often, like I used to before hw was born.  Today in day 2 of the blogtober challenge I am sharing some of my favoutier candles that I would like to buy and what I already have.  

Woodwick

Theres something really magical about listening to a Woodwick candle burning.  The candle crackles like a log fire, filling the room with that homey feeling you can only get when there’s a fire roaring.  

The scent that we have is called Evening Bonfire.  It smells like a chilly autumn night beside a bonfire.  At least that’s what it remind me of.  .  Within seconds of lighting the candle the scent is noticeable all through our flat.  They are a little expensive but I do feel that they are worth it. 

Yankee Candles

I am a bit of a sucker for Yankee Candles.  Over the years I’ve had so many different scents in jars, melts and tea lights.  The scents I currently have my eye on are Crackling Wood fire (can you see the theme lol).  It is described as a warm cedar wood fire with a little hint of nutmeg and warm amber/. 

Crackling Wood Fire – Photo taken at Dobbies

Warm Cashmere is another once I’d like to add to my candle collection.   I saw these when I was shopping.  This scent Is described as calming  sandalwood with exotic patchouli.  This smelled incredible in the store, I might get this in tea light form as I would probably use it all year round.  

Warm Cashmere candle.  Photo taken in Dobbies. 

Glade

The previous candles I’ve mention can be a little on the pricey side.  A more affordable budget friendly range I like is Glade, there candles are reasonably priced and I can get them whilst doing the food shop.  

Recently I picked up Spiced Apple candle.  I’ve had this one a few times before and I love it, its so warming and spicy.  I could smell it all the way round the supermarket.  It makes our house smell amazing and cosy.  I can smell it when its not burning which is fab.  

Spiced Apple – Glade

What’s your favourite autumn/fall scent? I’d love to read all about them in the comments.

Please check out the others taking part in Blogtober listed below.

Ali – https://notebooksandglasses.com/

Natalie – https://thespooniemummy.com/

Sarah – http://www.sarahplainandyall.com/

Lina – https://whispersinthetrees.com/

Laura – http://lauramorningstar.com/

Stephie – http://colitistoostomy.com/

Hazel – https://teaandcakeforthesoul.wordpress.com/

Please also check out Britt’s blog at Alternatively Speaking.  She will be doing blogoween.  A month long of halloween related post,  I cannot wait to read Britt’s posts.

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N x 

6 thoughts on “Autumn Candles – Blogtober 2018 – Day 2

  1. I’m a sucker for anything that smells like baked goodies – apple pie, cupcake, cinnamon roll, etc. My house can smell delicious without the calories 😉

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