Happy Monday! How is a new week already here? This weekend flew by: wedding shower, Christmas shopping, ornament exchange, my sister's production of Babes in Toyland, and lots of Christmas shopping. I can't get enough though - I absolutely love time time of year. It was nice to spend Sunday evening eating dinner with my family and then relaxing with Stephen. And speaking of relaxing, if you know me, you probably know my obsession with Capri Blue candles. Bevello carries them, and often has one lit in the store, so I would smell them every time I was in there to shop. It wasn't until I gifted one to a friend that I realized how much they were so incredibly worth it. I've given multiples to friends, bought them for myself, and been gifted them, and I will never get tired of CB.
My all-time favorite fragrance of CB candles is Volcano, but this time of year, I love having a Christmas scent filling up my home. Capri Blue doesn't disappoint and now has my home filled with all things merry + bright; the Cheer collection offers several holiday-inspired options, but I love the frankincense + ginger, which homes in a beautiful diamond faceted glass jar and is the perfect addition to my Christmas decor in both my bedroom and living room. I light a candle almost as soon as I walk in the door and I also light one in my room as I'm getting ready for bed. There's nothing more relaxing than unwinding before falling asleep with just the flicker of the candle's flame (but don't fall asleep without blowing it out!).
Another perk to these candles? The jars they come in. I've never found a candle that I don't like as decor, but these really add something to a room. From mercury glass to oversized jars, I can't think of ever throwing one away. If you're looking for the perfect gift for this holiday season - or a gift for yourself - look no further than Capri Blue. Seriously, though. I promise you don't want to miss out.
Thank you to Capri Blue for sponsoring this post and furthering my obsession with their candles.
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