24 Days Votive candles Advent Calendar

KSh 4,499

What’s in the box?

  • 24  different scented votive candles
  • 1 Christmas themed votive candle holder (Available options: Red, Green and Silver)

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This luxury advent calendar contains 24 different fragrances to ignite the senses and fill the home with beautiful Festive scents.

Scents included:

  1. Crimson Poppy
  2. Coffee Shop
  3. Soothing Drink
  4. Black Orchid
  5. Garden Dreams
  6. Blue Agava And Cocoa
  7. Lime Basil And Mandarin
  8. Black Raspberry Vanilla
  9. A Thousand Wishes
  10. Vanilla And Coffee
  11. Apple Bourbon Smash
  12. Sacred Wood
  13. Jamaican Punch
  14. Mahogany And Shea
  15. Eucalyptus And Spearmint
  16. Mahogany And Teakwood
  17. Cleansing Chantily Lace
  18. Fruity Rings
  19. Black Vetiver Cafe
  20. Amber Noir
  21. Lavender Tea And Tonic
  22. Oud And Bergamot
  23. Sweet Dreams
  24. White Cedar Shea

We have included a menu list on the package so that when you open up each box and you pop your new wax melt in your tea light burner you can know which scents you are discovering! All of the scents in the advent calendar are available to buy as scented candles or wax melts from our website.

They are all handmade in our studio in Kenya.

How to use:
When burning you votive candles make sure you use a votive container and it is the right size.

The container should just be big enough to hold the candle with no more than 1/8” space between the outside of the candle and the container it is being burned in.

A votive is not like a pillar candle that will stand on its own and burn without a container. Votives are almost the same width as height and so they will burn to the edges and need the support of the glass.

Once a candle is lit it should eventually burn to the edge of the candle and then the hot wax will burn over the edge and start filling up the container and eventually you should end up with a nice pool of melted wax that should burn until the wax is down to the bottom of the glass.

You should never let a candle burn completely until the wax is gone as it can cause your votive container to break or burn a spot on whatever it is sitting on.