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“This could have been an email” Cherry Blossoms

“This could have been an email” Cherry Blossoms

Regular price $20.00 CAD
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There should be a limit of how many zoom calls we can do per day… and its 1 in my opinion. We all have that one coworker that likes to send these meeting invites that we wish we can just……delete.

Burn Time:

Parisian Vintage Glass: Up to 20 hours

Crystal Stacker: Up to 40 hours

Smoke + White Glass: Up to 60 hours


Trim wick 1/4" prior to each burn

When burning for the first time, allow to burn until top wax has melted fully to avoid tunneling

Never leave the candle unattended

Only burn the candle on an even and fire proof surface

Keep out of reach from children and pets

Do not burn for more than 4 straight hours

Keep away from things that are flammable

Avoid burning wax all the way to the end

Ingredients: Soy wax, Cherry Blossoms fragrance oil that is paraben and phthalate free

Top Notes: Fuji Apple, Plum, Pear

Middle/Heart Notes: Japanese Cherry Blossom, Carnation, Jasmine, Lily

Base Notes: Cedarwood, Vanilla, Musk

Candle Care

Are you looking to make the most out of your candles and ensure they burn cleanly and evenly every time? Proper candle care is essential to maximize the lifespan and performance of your favorite candles. Here are some expert tips to help you achieve the perfect burn every time.

Trim the Wick

One of the most important steps in candle care is to trim the wick before each use. A trimmed wick will help the candle burn evenly and prevent black soot from forming on the jar or container. Make sure to trim the wick to about 1/4 inch before lighting the candle.

Avoid Drafts

When burning a candle, it's important to place it away from drafts. Drafts can cause the candle to burn unevenly and may lead to tunneling, where the wax burns down the center and leaves wax along the sides. To prevent this, place your candle in a draft-free area.

Burn in Intervals

For the first burn, allow the candle to create a full melt pool across the top. This will help prevent tunneling in future burns. It's recommended to burn candles for 1 hour per inch of diameter to ensure an even burn and prevent wasted wax.

Use a Snuffer

Instead of blowing out your candle, use a candle snuffer to extinguish the flame. Blowing out a candle can cause the wick to move and create smoke. A snuffer will help preserve the wick and prevent any unwanted odors from lingering.

Store Properly

When not in use, store your candles in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This will help preserve the scent and color of the candle. Avoid storing candles in hot or humid areas, as this can cause the wax to soften or melt.

By following these expert tips for proper candle care, you can enjoy a longer-lasting, cleaner burn every time you light your favorite candles. Take care of your candles, and they will continue to brighten up your space with their warm glow and inviting scents.

Wood Wick Troubleshoot

Having trouble with wood wick candles? Don’t stress! I promise you, the candle is OK! Follow these steps if you find the wood wick is not staying lit:

1. Trim the burnt ends of the woodwick using a wick trimmer. If you do not have one, you can use a paper towel and break off the burnt parts ONLY

2. Light the freshly trimmed wick with a match or lighter. Larger flame device allows for the wood to catch better than reusable USB lighters

3. It is possible that the wick will go out soon after it is lit. This is totally normal. Keep lighting the wick until the wood catches. It might take several tries but it will work.

4. Follow the candle care guide above to keep your candle lasting a long time!

5. Enjoy!

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