This blend was originally created as a custom order for one of our customers. It has been loved so much that we are adding it to our charity collection. This is one of our charity blends. 10% of all profits are donated. Because this is a charity blend, no discount codes can be used on it.
‣Blend: cedar wood, sweet grass, garden dirt and a kind heart with a pinch of mischievous tendencies
‣Scent Notes: earthy, woodsy
‣Shop Note: This is a regularly stocked candle. It will restock every 2-3 months based on demand.
Ready-to-ship item. Shop announcement has expected processing time.
‣Hand poured, paraffin-soy wax with paraben and phthalate free fragrances.
‣Wood wicked candle for a clean burn and soothing crackle.
‣Small batch made. You may have slight variances in scent. Dye and glitter patterns will be unique in each jar.
‣Average Burn time: 6.5oz (40+ hours), 13oz (70+)
‣Sample wax melt cups come in a mini sample cup with approximately .07-.09oz of wax. To keep their cost low, they do not have decorative packaging and labeling.
‣Learn more about candle care and safety
After some deep cleaning of my home, I burned this in each room and it neutralized the musty odors in neglected corners, and took away the smell of cleaning products. The house just smelled clean and and perky. I also use it after cooking, so I don't have weird food smells the next day. It's a grassy clean smell, or even a little soap-y, which I love. My one complaint is that it makes me a little sniffly, which is no fault of the candle itself since I am prone to being sniffly anyways, so I limit the burn time. I leave the lid off in a seldem-used guest bathroom, so it always smells fresh in there.
My 3rd favorite smell
Someday I hope to be able to get my hands on a 3 wick version of this candle. It's my absolute fave and it's always sold out!! Such a soothing smell, and of course it's called "Misha Hugs" so I always light mine when I need a pick me up and it makes me smile.
Smells like a fresh spring morning
Honestly reminds me of mowing in spring, lol. I'm holding off on burning it too much, so I'll have a bit of spring in the middle of our dreary winter.