Lori’s Faves: WoodWick Candles

Lori's Faves: WoodWick Candles, scented candles, november, homemakers furniture

Each month, our Accessory Buyer, Lori, hand picks a few of her favorite home accents just for you! From pillows to wall hangings, accent furniture, lighting, and so much more, each new month brings a new collection of Lori’s Faves.

Just in time for the holidays, these delicious-smelling WoodWick candles fill your home with enticing aromas like pumpkin butter, sea salt caramel and more. The warm glow and unique crackling wicks create a cozy, inviting atmosphere, perfect for relaxing and entertaining all season long!

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WoodWick Candles

Scented candles make a perfect Christmas gift for nearly everyone. They’re relatively small, inexpensive, and are something the recipient can make use of. We love to give WoodWick candles as hostess gifts, too!

Caring for WoodWick candles is easy. WoodWick recommends burning your candle for one hour per inch of candle diameter; this means that if you have a 3-inch diameter candle, you should burn it for at least three hours. WoodWick also recommends trimming your candle wicks to 1/4 of an inch before burning to release fire risk, as well as to keep the wick from putting off soot. Finally, you should always burn open candles (like votives and tealights) in a holder, never on a plate.

WoodWick Candles: Pumpkin Butter Trio, scented candles, fall scents, homemakers furniture
WoodWick candles: Sea Salt Caramel, scented candles, fall scents, homemakers furniture
WoodWick candles: pumpkin butter, scented candles, fall scents, homemakers furniture

Make sure to hop over to our website to get more information on this month’s Lori’s Faves, and be sure to watch the video below to hear more about Lori’s inspiration for this month’s picks!

PS – We’d love to know your favorite Fall scents! Send us your pictures on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, or tell us in the comments!

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