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Old 12-04-2010, 05:21 PM
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in the past she has really enjoyed candles, but we don't do candles anymore so the warmer should fill the void nicely.Larry
The best thing is you have no safety hazard with an open flame, reducing the chances of burning the house down or burning any children that may come in contact with the warmer, no soot on the ceiling or walls, and a myriad of nice scents for your home.
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Great and generous idea Pam...should order something from you soon.
My mum's best friend died of breast cancer...the day she died her kids were at home ,I was playing football with them when their father came to tell them their mum was dead...I'll remember that day all my life.
Let me know if you have questions JP.

We have lots of options that will work for you, even though the electric warmers aren't compatible there yet.

If you are interested in Room Sprays, Travel Tins or Scent Circles (for cars) let me know. I can order them for you and ship them out to you.

Hopefully they will be compatible and available there soon!

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Here are a couple photos of some of our warmers. There really is something for everyone!

Delta, Riverbed and Caldera, the Cascade Collection:
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Pinecone:
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And a large line of Collegiate Warmers:
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Pam: I'm getting a little overwhelmed trying to pick out scents suitable for the house. I want to buy a few more for xmas gifts, would you give me an idea of the ones you like, these will be for friends of Rose's. Thanks.

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Pam: I'm getting a little overwhelmed trying to pick out scents suitable for the house. I want to buy a few more for xmas gifts, would you give me an idea of the ones you like, these will be for friends of Rose's. Thanks.

Larry
Home Sweet Home and Welcome Home are very similar and very safe scents, most people like them. Welcome Home has more cinnamon and spice and Home Sweet Home is just a really warm and welcoming scent.
If you like baking scents, Baked Apple Pie, Vanilla Walnut and Sugar Cookie are great.
I also like Clarity, it's a very clean scent with a hint of spruce.
Clean Breeze is a fresh laundry smell.
Christmas Tree, Christmas Cottage and Cozy Fireside are Christmas favorites.
Camu Camu, Perfectly Pomegranite and Mulberry Bush are all popular.
Satin Sheets, French Kiss and You Go Girl are lighter, feminine scents.
Hemingway, My Dear Watson and Peligro are more masculine.

I hope that helps....Let me know if you have specific requests or things you want to avoid.
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Home Sweet Home and Welcome Home are very similar and very safe scents, most people like them. Welcome Home has more cinnamon and spice and Home Sweet Home is just a really warm and welcoming scent.
If you like baking scents, Baked Apple Pie, Vanilla Walnut and Sugar Cookie are great.
I also like Clarity, it's a very clean scent with a hint of spruce.
Clean Breeze is a fresh laundry smell.
Christmas Tree, Christmas Cottage and Cozy Fireside are Christmas favorites.
Camu Camu, Perfectly Pomegranite and Mulberry Bush are all popular.
Satin Sheets, French Kiss and You Go Girl are lighter, feminine scents.
Hemingway, My Dear Watson and Peligro are more masculine.

I hope that helps....Let me know if you have specific requests or things you want to avoid.
Pam: Thanks, that gives me a better idea on how to narrow things down!

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Larry,
My personal favorite is 'Home Sweet Home' it has a scent very similar to my Grandpa's pipe tobacco, kind of a faint Cherry wood scent to my nostrils.
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My personal favorite is 'Home Sweet Home' it has a scent very similar to my Grandpa's pipe tobacco, kind of a faint Cherry wood scent to my nostrils.
Fysh: Thanks for the help!

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HOLY SMOKIES! I talk to Fysh like Friday about some smelly wax and it comes today!!!! Dang. Nice service.
Now if J.Stockard could do that....LOL
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My mother and her only sister, my aunt both died from breast cancer.
My cousin Julie and my sister are almost guaranteed of the same fate.
At this point the only thing that will help them is if they loose weight.
Both are on their way. Hopefully they beat the odds
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