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September 29, 2015

Autumn Scents: Fall Candles You'll Adore

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Many people love fall because of the milder temperatures and all yummy scents that let you know the season is here! The gorgeous leaves changing to vivid colors of orange, yellow and red just gives us all cozy feelings. Pumpkin and spice scented candles provide your home with a mildly sweet and aromatic scent. Check out these candles that will give your home a warm and comforting vibe. 





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The Pumpkin Buttercream candle from Yankee Candle combines two things that we all love, savory pumpkin and decadent buttercream. I know that I'd devour a slice of pumpkin buttercream cake, wouldn't you? 



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Two of fall's most endearing scents combine to make the Apple Pumpkin scented candle. There's nothing like the smell of baked apples and when combined with the earthy tones in pumpkin, it's a no brainer. You have to try this one!



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This sugar and spice candle has that undeniably delicious smell of buttery vanilla and cinnamon that is sure to make your home feel warm and inviting. These two scents are a match made in heaven. 





Do you look forward to the scents of fall?  Share your favorite candles below!

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3 comments

  1. Pumpkin buttercream sounds like it would smell delicious. I like the scent of freshly cut fall squashes. A freshly cut butternut squash smells so good.

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    1. I bet that does smell really delightful!

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  2. If you want to change it up from the sweet stuff try Molly Rue Soy Candles. My favorites for fall are Fig and Rhubarb and Mediterranean Fig. http://www.mollyrue.com/

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