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My recent obsession has been candles!

Plain ones are boring but I love scented ones that you can smell when you walk through the door.

I'm really funny when it comes to scents, I don't like spiced scents at all. I smelt a spiced cider candle yesterday and it was horrible eventhough most people would probably like it. I like ones that smell like food and sweets aha.

I wish we could get Bath and Body Works Candles here in the UK. I ordered two minis on Ebay which came to almost £10! I actually thought they were bigger than they were. There is a website you can find them on with UK delivery but they're quite expensive and there are limited scents. http://www.bathandbodyshop.co.uk/

Wild Strawberry
Flower Shop


My favourite candle is one that I picked up from a card warehouse last year for about £2 ish! It's almost gone but for that price I should have picked up a few! It is cookie dough flavoured but I can't take a picture because it has fallen down the back of my TV and I can't get to it!

These Skittles candles were really cheap from B amd M Bargains for only 89p! I think you can get them in Poundland too. They have really good scent pay off.

Melon Berry
Strawberry


I got a few Yankee Candles for Christmas too, Ryan did really well picking the perfect scents for me! The Strawberry one is so good, I want to eat it and the other one is Pink Dragonfruit.


xxxx
Tasha

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  1. I have a few bath and body works candles from swaps Ive done with my girlfriends in canada, I'd never buy them off ebay they're far too expensive!

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  2. Great post Hun, I love the dragon fruit candle! I'm burning one from bomb cosmetics at the mo, you should check them out xxxxx

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  3. Hey lovely, I've nominated you for the Liebster award! You can see my post about it here http://thefloralrepublic.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/liebster-award.html xx

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