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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Recycling - Scent Pods

Here is one way to use your scent pods once the scent is gone.


Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Scent Recipe - Bubble Bath

Warm Bubble Bath 
Pool Towel
Sweet Pea
Tranquil Mist

Burn these scents in whatever candle combination you prefer, draw a nice bath and relax. 

You deserve it!

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas!

Have a wonderful day!


Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Candle Quote

How far that little candle throws its beams! So shines a good dead in a naughty world. - William Shakespeare
 

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Make a Secret Drawing


Have a child make an "invisible" drawing with a white candle. Then let him or her cover it with a wash of watercolor paint to reveal the picture. The image will show up because the wax laid down by the candle will keep the paper in the areas it covers from absorbing the paint. If you have a few kids around, they can all make secret drawings and messages to swap and reveal.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Scents - Protection, Harmony & Well Being

Signifying the overall harmony of a person are the scents of angelica, basil, bay, bayberry, carnation, cinnamon, clove, coconut, dill, dragon's blood, eucalyptus, frankincense, gardenia, geranium, heather, juniper, lilac, myrrh, narcissis, sandalwood and violet essential oils.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Another Decorating Idea

Photo Courtesy of Amanda     


Saturday, December 11, 2010

Cranberry Candle Wrap




These flexible cranberry garlands can be wound around candles, candlestick bases or even chandeliers.
Supplies: 
• 4-6 clear martini glasses or wine goblets
• 1 340 g bag Ocean Spray® Fresh Cranberries
• 4-6 votive candles*
• Greenery or flowers, if desired


Directions:
Cut wire to desired length. Pierce the wire into the center of a cranberry. Continue threading berries, bending wire into various shapes as you go. Bend end of wire into a loop, and wrap completed wire around candle, base of candlestick or other desired objects.

If desired, alternate cranberries with other items like wooden beads, acorns or pinecones. (Make a small hole in these items with a thumbtack or power drill before threading. A very fine bit should drill a hole just wide enough for the wire to pass through. Place paper towels on the work surface to catch debris. Use pliers to hold the item securely at a slight angle rest the pliers against the paper towels temporarily so the drill can "bite" into the item where desired. Raise the pliers from the work surface so the drill can get through.)
Dispose of garland after a day or two, before berries get soft. To prolong the life of the garland, try spraying shellac on the cranberries after stringing them. To avoid staining, do not place the garland directly on lightly-painted surfaces or linens.

From Oceanspray.ca

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Meaning of the Color White

White projects purity, cleanliness, and neutrality. Doctors don white coats, brides traditionally were white gowns and a white picket fence surrounds a safe and happy home.

How the color white affects us mentally and physically
* aids mental clarity
* encourages us to clear clutter or obstacles
* evokes purification of thoughts or actions
* enables fresh beginnings

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Create Aroma for your House

Scents take an important place in our perception of outward things. Often they are associated with some events and feelings. Childhood and mother have their own scents



House-plants will help you to create a unique scent of your house.
It’s just important to choose aromatic plants for each room correctly, as scents affect health and create mood. Some calm down us, others, to the contrary, hearten us. Meet aromatic plants, their amazing qualities and find your own one, dear and unforgettable.

Scent from childhood
The most popular aromatic plant, known to us since childhood, is Pelargonium odoratis (apple geranium). For a long time it was placed in bedrooms to improve sleep. All kinds of this plant have absolutely different scents: roundhead and redolent Pelargonium smell like rose, crisped one smells like lemon, nectarean has a smell of nutmeg, pannose one smells like mint.

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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Happy Hanukah!

Have a Great Hanukah!

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