Rainbow Skull Candle, Pride Month

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  • Regular price $39.99
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This is one of our charity blends. With all of our pride layered candles, we will be donated $5 per candle to the Brave Space Alliance in Chicago. We will announce the final donation total on 7/1/22.  Because this is a charity item, no discounts can be used on it.

Blend Layers (Top to Bottom): strawberry, orange, mango coconut, apple, elderberry, blackberry
Scent Notes: fruity
‣Shop Note: This is a limited edition blend. Once it sells out, it will not be recreated until next June.

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.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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Spike Skittles

I don't want to burn it. It's so perfect and looks so beautiful and smells so good when I open it. I wish it could last forever. The different scent notes per layer is such a brilliant idea!


I love it! Smells delicious and who doesn't love skulls and rainbows?! 10/10 will definitely buy again!

Kris Miller
Must buy

This candle is amazing! I had high expectations and the candle blew them all out of the water. Would definitely buy again.

Angie Shields
Rainbow flag skull candles are the most fabulous things in the world!

I love this candle and look forward to seeing future flag inspired creations! Through my work I have met many people who are part of the LGTBQ community, and I consider myself an ally. These candles will have a place of honor in my office so that all can enjoy them. And, I hope seeing them will encourage people to ask questions so that they can be educated.