As you may know, certain American Vintage candles scents are made only during certain times of the year. This means that we order early because they do sell out. We received a shipment today, so this is what we currently have in stock:
~ Jingle Bells
~ Ginger & Fig
~ Evergreen Citrus ~ Lemon Parsley ~ Lemon Custard ~ Pomegranate Apple
Our Americana Candles are back in stock (I promise we will know how to order better for next year) and we have added a delicious new flavor to the mix – Vanilla Bean. The really neat thing about this particular Vanilla Bean candle is that it is covered in a light layer of mica, so when it burns the candle actually glows!
In addition, we now have the following in stock: Jingle Bells, Evergreen Citrus and Homestead.
We LOVE these candles because they are made with 100% natural products and have a burn life of approximately 155 hours. They burn down the middle, so when they’re done, we put them in a plastic bag and bag the candle with a hammer. They break into shards and pieces which we then burn in tart burners – it’s like the never-ending candle.
In addition to the holidays, these candles are great for house warming and hostess gifts.
Keys to the Attic is now carrying Americana Vintage all natural candles. The three flavors that we have are: Homestead, Lemon Custard and Mulled Tangerine.
Are you ready for pure heaven? These candles are the very best around…and I have tried them all! They are made with only the purest of oils (not artificial.) They burn evenly, smell insanely delicious and make wonderful presents.
These handmade candles are created in the USA by an artist named Sandra and her husband. Her husband pours them and then the base is hand dipped 7 times by Sandra and her son. The candles are then rolled in natural spices and scents.
These candles burn for 155 hours and make fantastic gifts (or, if you’re like me … a gift for myself). I used to be a devoted Yankee candle fan, but I think these are my new favorite!
Come on into the store and take a whiff – I always have one burning 🙂