Evergreen Forest Candle, Pop of Color Collection, 14.5 oz
Like a freshly cut Christmas tree, notes of evergreen and cedar pop as a burst fresh from the forest. Added complexity comes from ozonic notes, eucalyptus, and a zing of grapefruit to balance the dark undertones. Poured into a festive green jar and topped with an inset gold lid, this statement piece from the Pop of Color collection is a must have for the season. Premium fragrance is in each candle for the perfect burn. Three cotton wicks ensure this fragranced jar candle burns evenly and distributes fragrances around your room.
Pop of Color brings a fun burst of color and fragrance into your home to set the tone for all occasions! The perfect gift or splurge for yourself, this collection by Colonial Candle features premium fragrances in designer décor colored jars.
Trim wicks to 1/4” with each burn.
Place candle on a heat resistant surface or candle tray.
Allow wax to melt to the candle’s edge every burn to prevent tunneling.
Keep candles away from drafts to ensure a smokeless, clean burn.
Use a wick snuffer to extinguish a candle without soot or smoke.
Discontinue burning a candle when less than 1/4" of wax remains.
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The fragrance fills the house, and you feel you are in an evergreen forest! I hope to purchase more.
The best scented candle. I love the wonderful cedar scent
We were pleased with all the candles we purchased!
We don’t have a fresh tree or wreath anymore, so we burn candles, incense, etc. Your candles have enabled us to enjoy the smells of the holidays without having to kill a tree.
The Evergreen Forest candle smelled amazing and lasted for days. Will buy again next year!
Very nice, wonderful scent.
Pop of Color Scented Jar Candle, Evergreen Forest, 14.5 oz, Single
wish I had bought a couple of them!
Love them - love the fresh wonderful scent.
The smell of this candle reminds me of the holidays and walking past big fir trees in a forest of snow.