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... "ahhhhhhh" (Giveaway)

Friday, November 26, 2010
(Please note that this is a sponsored post. The Febreze Wooden Wick Candle Kit and $15 Walmart gift card were provided by Febreze through MyBlogSpark. All opinions are 100% mine) 

I was recently contacted by MyBlogSpark to see if I wanted to try out and review the new Febreze Wooden Wick Candles.

The Good:
- Love the simple elegant design and wonderful colors of the candles. They are so pretty I don't mind just setting them on the center of my dining room table.
- Love the scents (some may be a little strong.) My favorite was the Anjou Pear Spice, so perfect for fall!
- Can burn for up to 80 hours (love that!)
- 9 "flavors" to choose from: Green Tea Citrus, Pomegranate Mango, Cranberry Pear, Orange Honeycomb, Rosewood Plum and Willow Blossom; as well as seasonal scents that include Anjou Pear Spice, Gingersnap Vanilla, and Yumberry Sangria.


The Bad:
- Supposedly, the point of the wooden wick is to "bring the ambiance and sound of a crackling fire indoors." Well, it does that but on a very small scale. If you happen to be in the same room as a small child you will not hear the "crackling fire." If you happen to have it lit in a quiet room you will hear a faint crackle. I love the candles despite this and would still buy them anyway. 

The Super Good: I have a $15 Walmart gift card for one of my readers! Just leave me a comment and let me know which "flavor" you'd love to try or what you would do if you had 80 hours of "ahhhhhh." You can use your gift card to buy the candle of your choice (... I happen to know that Walmart also carries a limited supply of quilting supplies, but you didn't hear it from me *wink, wink*) This Giveaway is only open to my US readers and will be open until December 4th. I'll pick a winner after I run my half marathon (shameless plug! yes I like to toot my own horn.)

~ Norma

28 comments :

cathy said...

Green tea citrus sounds intriguing. And I love the color.
I've never been the first to comment. One could be the randomly chosen number. I hope, I hope.

Evelyn said...

That pear one sounds delicious! Or the orange honeycomb... To be honest, if I won the gift card, I'd send it to my sister, since I don't have a Walmart near me (that's probably a good thing!). Thanks for the chance!

dooddles said...

I am thinking the orange honeycomb or the yumberry sangria would be my choice. The crackle sounds interesting... perhaps a bubble bath in silence would let you hear the sounds? LOL Thanks for the chance and have a Merry Christmas!

Gene Black said...

Hmm.. I do like the sound of Pomegranate Mango. However, I would have to sniff the jars to really decide.
Do great in the half marathon. I am rooting for you!

Ellyn said...

mmmm gingersnap vanilla I think! sounds so yummy.

Anonymous said...

I love to try the green tea citrus! tracietrump@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I would to try the cranberry pear! dlcwins55@yahoo.com

Doreen said...

They all sound delish!! :) I would love to try the Green Tea Citrus! Thanks so much for the chance to win. Hope, hoping!!

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thecuriousquilter said...

Orange Honeycomb sounds delicious to me! Thanks for the chance! - Mary

meeyeehere said...

OOh,I would love to try the Orange honeycomb! They look smely wonderful to me!
Thanks for the chance and good luck in that marathon! I hope you kick major booty!
jacksoncrisman@yahoo.com

Kasey said...

It would depend on in which room I wanted the candle to live... green tea citrus sounds like it might clear the air in the kitchen after stir-fry... or at least it would try.
I wonder, would you hear the "crackle" over two dogs? Would They hear it and then try to eat it? Or is that just my dogs who taste first, assess danger later?
Good luck running your half-marathon!

Debra said...

The anjou pear spice sounds interesting for the kitchen.

Mary said...

Orange Honeycomb for sure, i just hope it actually smells like honey. with 80 hours, i'd finish a few of my many begun-but-languishing for lack of time knitting projects. I LOVE starting new projects, but they stack up quickly!
marysather@gmail.com

Mami2jcn said...

The cranberry pear sounds good to me.

mami2jcn at gmail dot com

Joy said...

I love candles, but would have to smell before I could chose one. If I had 80 hours of ahhhhh time I could get a lot of Christmas quilting done.
Hope you did well in your half marathon!

Hope Creations said...

Green Tea Citrus sounds good. It is so hard to choose though! Thank you for the chance to try something new. Good luck with your marathon!

Karen said...

I think I'd like to try the orange honeycomb. acp328@yahoo.com

tellad said...

I would like to try the pomegranite mango - two of my favorite fruits! Thanks! Teri Dingler

Mama24Monkeys said...

orange honeycomb would be my choice.

pixie13 said...

I would love to try the Pomegranate Mango.

gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

WvHmmngbrd said...

Orange honeycomb!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

debra lynn said...

The gingersnap vanilla sounds yummy! Thanks for the opportunity.

Marilyn W said...

I would LOVE to get the apple/cinnamon one for the holidays!!!

Then I wouldn't have to make so much pie??? NOT!!!

hahahahaha

Thanks!

Marilyn
marilynjw1971@gmail.com

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would love to try the Green Tea Citrus. If I had 80 hours of ahhh I would take all of my quilting books I got this year and read them.

Melissa said...

You know the Gingersnap Vanilla sounds pretty good. I'd just love to have a candle that burns for 80 hours!

Rosemary P. said...

My don't they all sound delish?! How about the Orange Honeycomb or the Green Tea Citrus. Just light and refreshing!

JBlanton said...

the cranberry pear sounds wonderful- I love febreze

ejxd95 at gmail dot com

Kati said...

I think I would choose Anjou Pear Spice.

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