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Game Day Handmade Wood Wick Soy Candle

Southern E-Scentuals

Game Day Hand Poured Soy Wood Wick Candle hints of fresh grass intertwined with old leather, reminded you of the days playing tackle football with your friends!

Southern E-Scentuals Wood Wick Candles provide a nice soothing crackle when burning, especially on a cold raining day, when all you want to do is curl up in a warm blanket and read a good book, it's like a mini fireplace. Once you've experience a Southern E-Scentuals Wood Wick Candle you will never go back to the traditional style again! Click on the link below to listen to Southern E-Scentuals wood wick candles.

DESIGN INFO:

  • Wood wick
  • 8 oz. Clear Straight Sided Jar with 7 ounces of wax. Burn Time approximately 50 hours.
  • Southern E-Scentuals mission is to create a candle with a long burn rate and a strong fragrance that fills any size room. All candles burn true to scent, are hand poured using the highest quality American produced soy wax for single pour applications. Fragrance Oils have been thoroughly tested and are Phathalate Free!

VOLUME

  • 8 fluid oz.
FOR OPTIMAL BURN:
  • Keep wick trimmed to 1/4 " and gently removing charred wood each time the candle is re-lit. Do not burn in drafty areas. Candle should remain lit for a minimum of 3-4 hours each time it is burned. Do not extinguish candle with lid. Important: To prevent damage, discontinue candle when 1/2" of wax remains.

    SOY CONTAINER WARNING:

    • Warning! Natural Wax is attractive to animals. Keep away from pets. Never leave a burning candle unattended. Keep out of reach of children. Keep wax free of matches, wick trimmings & flammable materials. Do not move while candle is burning or wax is hot. Failure to follow instructions could result in fire, injury, or smoke damage. 

      About the Artist

      For over 15 years, Michelle of Southern E-Scentuals has been honing her craft for making candles, cold process soaps, and bath accessories. In 2015, what was a hobby became a full-time business. She draws her inspiration for her designs from sights and scents of the south.