The Thymes Offerings Candles are a testimony to the importance of the relationships in our lives. They are an emotion more than an object, a scent to evoke a feeling or kindle a fond memory. They are the start of a conversation between friends, a catalyst to mold experiences into being and an inspiration to live each moment completely.
Eight carefully crafted Offerings fragrance captures the sentiment of what you want to share. Personalize each beautiful package with your own inspired message.
Peace: Watery cyclamen and white lilies sway gracefully among blond woods while white musk creates a delicate finish.
Good Luck: inspiring notes of spicy pink peppercorn, Kashmir saffron and sweet frankincense dance on a graceful base of sandalwood.
Thankfulness, A decadent treat of velvety cream and warm milk enveloping sweet notes of bourbon vanilla, rich caramel, and tender peach.
Happiness: A cheery compote of plump raspberries, tart rhubarb and spicy sugarcane lovingly tempered with delicate sweet pea blossoms.
Friendship: Warm and inviting red tea and Magnolia fig re gently wrapped in cashmere musk and comforting sandalwood.
Love: Captivating floral essences of heady tuberose and dewy jasmine mingle with golden apricot nectar and exotic Hinoki wood.
Abundance: A lavish blend of intoxicating Ylang-Ylang, Bulgarian rose, and earthy iris infused with opulent Tonka bean and clove.
Good Health: the best offering any of us can receive. “ A restorative blend that combines healing aromas of rosemary and basil with tender jasmine petals and clarifying lemon blossom.
The nine ounce glass containers are frosted and have a soft golden ivory glow when lit. Embossed on each glass is the symbol of each offering.
We all had friends, family and partners who deserved these incredible candles personalized with message from our hearts. Where to begin! Love is great for Valentines Day. Friendship, Thankfulness, and Happiness covers any birthday. The concept of a personalized message with the soft glow and clean burn of these candles have made them an instant favorite around the Zanadia office.
We all love to burn candles around our home, some of us more religiously than others. Here are some tips to help you enjoy your candles and make them last longer, whether you are using Pillar Candles, or candles in containers.
Always trim the wick, to 1/4 inch the first time, and before relighting. A Wickman Wick Trimmer will cut the wick and remove the cut part, preventing it from falling in the wax. Some wicks are self trimming,kind of like self-heading flowers.
Burn the candle until the top surface is liquefied. Burning for short periods at a time, causes tunneling, where the candle burns straight down, wasting valuable wax aroundthe edges.
Burn two or three different scents to create your own special fragrance combination. Combine different notes of earthy, floral, and rich scents, for a combination that is all yourown.
Your candle will scent the room even when not burning and fragrance oils in candles do evaporate over time. If you will not be using a candle for a long time, seal it with a cover, or plastic wrap and store in a climate controlled area.
To reuse spent candle containers, fill them in a bucket of very warm water, for fifteen minutes. Keep the water at one inch below the rim of the candle container. The wax should be soft enough to remove with a dull knife and take care not pour melted wax down the drain. Now you can wash the left over residue in very warm water.
Never let the flame reach the sides of glass containers. If the wick moved sideways, you
Voluspa Candles just introduced the New Maison Blanc and Maison Noir Collections. This new Voluspa Candles collection of eight black and eight white themed fragrances each comes in five items.
The packaging designs on the Voluspa Maison Candles collection is reminiscent of classic cosmetics boxes and graphics.
A 12 Oz over sized candle in a hand made cased glass container. This candle is packaged in a gift box that is worthy of collecting and keeping. These candles will burn for 100 hours filling your home with amazing fragrances.
A small 1.7 Oz votive that comes in a cosmetics glass jar with a screw lid. This votive candle is perfect for traveling or to try new fragrances. It will also make for a good quick gift for favors or stocking stuffers.
A 3.5 Oz pump room-body spray in a clear glass container. Packaged in a cylindrical slide tube box like expensive perfumes.
Voluspa took their run-away successful three wick tins from the Voluspa Japonica collection and made them a little smaller with two wicks instead of three. The price is also less. The two wicks throw more fragrance into your room, and create more light shadows for amazing effects.
A tall and slender ceramic jar with a hinged lid. The lid has openings to allow the fragrance to be released, although it is advised not to burn these candles with the lid closed. both the lid and container have brass rims for finish the luxurious look.
The fragrances of the Maison Collection are complex blends of some basic and many exotic ingredients. Three of the fragrances from the Voluspa Basics collection, that sadly will be retired, will caryy over to the new collection. These are the Voluspa Crisp Champagne, the Voluspa Vervaine Olive Leaf, and Voluspa Saijo Persimmon. Other fragrances resemble existing fragrances with a twist. The Vacarro Orange & Myrhh is similar to the Italian Tangelo with a bit more depth, the Black Figue & Chypre is a milder version the the Cardamon Fig. The Orangerie d’ Azahar is based on orange Blossoms oils like the Dahlia Orange Blossom candle. The Gardenia Colonia is a purer version of the Yashioka Gardenia. Laguna, is an oceanic fragrance the reminds us of the long retired and missed Aqua Deluxe.
Some of the new fragrances are the decadent Macaron, the sultry and a bit masculine Suede Blanc, the Amber Lumiere, which mixes rich amber with subtle hints of patchouli.
This collection is tour de force in fragrance and package design. Voluspa candles has done it again by introducing a collection that will stand out above the rest in the crowded world of decorative candles.