Travel Size Holiday Tins
Clementine: A small but mighty punch of citrus. A juicy, sweet clementine fragrance. Awaken the senses with this gorgeous scent. A great stocking stuffer, host/hostess gift.
Cypress Fig: A Christmas tree in a tin. Fir, cedar, a hint of fig. The best Christmas tree scent!
Santal-Vanilla: A powdery soft, woody vanilla, musk. Calming and relaxing with just enough vanilla to warm a small room.
3.5oz Burn time 15-20 hours.
Coconut apricot wax is an all natural, vegan, sustainable, slow and clean burning wax. The wooden wick is FSC Certified wood and made in the USA. These are hand poured in small batches in Canada. Even your labels are designed in house; no Canva generated labels here!
Private label offered! Personalized candles for weddings, corporate gifts etc. Remember, I am a graphic artist and designer so I can create something personal, tasteful and unique for you.
For best burn results:
Your first burn is the most important one. Try to achieve a full melt pool or close to it. This means allowing your candle to burn for at least 1 hour or up to 4. Each burn should be long enough to generate a decent melt pool to prevent, "tunneling."
As with all candles, please keep in mind the recommended safety advice:
-Never leave candles unattended.
-Never leave candles within reach of children or pets.
-Never leave candles on or under flammable surfaces.
-Keep your wick short; gently pinching excess charred wood is advised.
-Extinguish a flame that seems too high and try again.
-Never use water to extinguish a flame, instead use a candle snuff.
Our products have been tested to ensure a safe and quality burn. On the rare occasion that your wooden wick does not cooperate and burn to your satisfaction, email a photo of it misbehaving and if we can't fix it a new candle will be sent to you. Sometimes wooden wicks play little tricks but are often fixed by simply re-lighting.
REMINDER.... Tins can get hot if burned for too long. Do not burn tins down to the very bottom or they will become too hot. Do not carry them during or shortly after burning. Place tins on a non flammable, non burnable surface.