Something For Momma- Fresh Cut Roses, Champagne & Lavender
Something For Momma- Fresh Cut Roses, Champagne & Lavender
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Something For Momma- Fresh Cut Roses, Champagne & Lavender

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Our Something for Momma candle was inspired by the Gardenia bulbs floating in bowls of water in my mothers house and my grandmother rose bushes she had just in front of the front door.  I still remember how the rose bushes would smell as we walked past them to enter the house.  This candle comes in two scent combinations. Gardenia, Lavender & Champagne or Fresh Cut Roses, Champagne & Lavender

This candle comes in a white container with a wooden lid!

Candle Safety is extremely important when burning your Butterfly Candle and by following these guidelines you are sure to have the best experience possible…

Before Lighting-

Trim the Wick to ¼ inch, long wicks can cause uneven burning when the candle is lit.

While Burning-

Never touch or move a candle when lit and wax is liquified

Be mindful of burning your candle too low. When the wax is about ½ inch away from the bottom of the container.

Extinguish a candle if the flame becomes too high or if it seems to flicker while burning

Always burn a candle in a well-ventilated room

Always keep candle within your sight

Never burn a candle near anything that can catch fire

Keep candles out of reach of children and pets

When Extinguishing-

Use a candle Snuffer or gently place the lid down on the candle until extinguished.  Once extinguished you can remove the lid.  This should take less than 5-10 seconds

Never use water to extinguish a candle

Make sure the candle is completely out and the wick is no longer burning before leaving the room

Do not ever touch or remove a candle until it is completely cool.

Never use a knife or sharp object to remove wax drippings from the bottom of a glass holder.