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Trying to Wick It…

12/04/2009

 

And Wick It Good!!

There is a new business we are proud to be supporting this holiday season.   Wick It Accents!  The young and exuberent, Candle Creator, Naquita Arnold will be introducing her Wick It Wonderland Collection of Candles, cleverly entitiled “Soy to the World”. 

Scents for the holidays that will get your Yuletide going include:

Banana nut bread ~ Mouth watering. This candle provides the perfect aromatic blend of bananas and nuts.

Gingerbread ~ Our favorite holiday treat! A richly spiced gingerbread with just the right hint of sweetness.

Home for the holidays ~ A classic blend of our holiday favorites: gingerbread, cinnamon, nutmeg, orange and pumpkin with a lingering hint of vanilla.

O’ Christmas tree ~ Make your holidays complete with this brisk scent of freshly cut northern pine.

Roasted chestnuts ~ This candle boasts a combination of honeyed chestnuts and warm spices all roasting on an open fire!

Spicy cinnamon ~ Red hot and spicy! We found the perfect blend of spices and cinnamon.

Sugar cookies ~ Hot from the oven! Your loved ones will think you spent hours rolling dough and baking these delightful little treats. Smells just like the real thing!

You can follow her “Soyful” Adventures online at http://twitter.com/wickitaccents

These candles make great gifts and the all natural soy candle will be appreciated by the “Greenest” person on your list.

Order yours today! Email Info@WickItAccents.com to request a catalog or place an order!

LIVE Life and Merry ChrismaHanaZwanzaka!

Angel Elexa

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