Blessed is an experience of comfort and calm. Delicate florals mix with sweet musk and woodsy notes to create a uniquely comforting scent.
Our new Positive Word candles feature upcycled wine bottle containers, sustainable hemp wicks, and 100% soy wax.
Lovingly crafted using the best ingredients, our candles are hand-poured in Georgia using American-grown, all-natural soy wax and 100% organic fragrance oil to create beautifully scented, long-burning candles.
A great housewarming or shower gift to bring calmness and comfort.
Scent - Sweet musky scent
Size - 12 ounces (340g) of soy wax
Burn time - approximately 120 hours
Dimensions - approx. 5" tall x 3" wide
Wick - It is a hemp wick which is more sustainable than cotton and burns hotter to improve the fragrance throw
Vessel - recycled wine bottle
Wax color - au naturel, no artificial colors or dyes.
Burning and wick care instructions - see photo as well as bottom of candle
What does "hand-poured" mean? It means that they make candles the old-fashioned way. The manufacturetakes their time and care with their own two hands. Everything is done by hand - from the wicking to the pouring of your 100% soy wax candle. This means the top may not be 100% smooth (see pictures) but that is okay since you are burning.
Why Hemp Wicks? This candle has a hemp wick because hemp is more sustainable than cotton and burns hotter to improve the fragrance throw.
How to Maximize Burn?
Always trim wick to 1/4 inch before lighting. We recommend using a wick trimmer for candles in narrow containers, like our bottles.
Allow top of candle to pool entirely with each burn.
If the flame gets too tall it may cause cracks in the glass. Keep your wick trim.
Do not burn longer than 4 hours at a time. To maximize burn time, we recommend burning in 2-3 hour increments.
Wick dippers are handy to extinguish the flame without any smoke and re-center the wick after each burn.
About the Wine Bottle Vessel?
Using a 4-step cold-working process to repurpose the bottles into usable, upcycled containers for our candles.
They use a wet saw to hand-cut the glass, then use the flat lapidary wheel to: grind away any imperfections or chipping, pre-polish the now smooth edge, and polish to add shine back onto the glass.