Saturday, 12 December 2009

The Sweet Smell of... Christmas




Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without all the glorious festive smells. And there aren't many whiffy things better than Yankee Candles.

Today, my daughter and I chose two Christmas scented Yankee Candles, 'Mulled Wine' and 'Christmas Eve' purchased from 'Buy the Light' in Bury St Edmunds.

It maybe cold outside, but indoors it is like a mini santa's grotto. We've just baked cookies and one of the candles is making the house smell super Christmassy, spicy cinnamon... lovely.

If you are stuck for a gift idea for a sister, mum or grandmother, I highly recommend a Yankee Candle. The jar ones last forever. A Yankee Candle is not just for Christmas after all!

In other good news, 6-1 chance of a white Christmas this year in the UK...!

What Yankee Candle 'flavour' would you recommend?





6 comments:

daisychain said...

I love the Christmas cupcake one, I was going to buy it for myself, but ended up with a Beanpod "cinnamon roll" candle instead!

Gerri Ward said...

OMG! I just bought some Mountain Pine Yankee Candles, they are the PERFECT gifts! I LUV them!!!:))
xoxox,
Gerri

Leah said...

I love the smell of Christmas inside our home too. I don't have a real tree so I make do with scented candles. I love to use the pine scent to at least mimic the smell of a real tree.

Kallie said...

holiday bayberry is currently burning next to me, but Im buying a new one today!

Sher said...

I like pulling out the evergreen scents like Christmas Wreath or Balsam & cedar because I have all artificial trees and the scents make up for it.

Style, She Wrote said...

I was just gifted Santa's Treats - it smells like sugar cookies and maple syrup. (Or how you'd picture Buddy the Holiday elf would smell.) So good!