Labor Day 2020

Summer’s final fling has arrived in the form of Labor Day. Yes, most of us get the day off, but this holiday triggers mixed emotions. While summer still has 21 calendar days left, it’s time to get serious. School’s starting and there’s a sense that summer vacation is over. So what’s behind Labor Day —…

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summer scented candles

Summer Scented Candles 1) Dine alfresco with summer scented candles. Now that the weather has gotten warmer, it’s a great time of year to eat outdoors. Dinner alfresco can become a wonderful experience if you add a little light with scented candles. Try grouping candles together at the center of your table for a centerpiece…

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Easter Egg Decorating

Easter and decorated eggs — you can’t have one without the other. Therefore we all know that buying egg dyeing kits year after year is pricey. This year, save some cash and ditch the fake stuff with these Natural Easter Egg Decorating ideas. Decorate your brown or white eggs the old-fashioned way: with food you…

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Super Bowl Championship

Can you believe the Super Bowl Championship is Sunday? After a long season of triumph and heartbreak (depending on who you root for) Super Bowl Sunday will see the San Francisco 49ers face off against the Kansas City Chiefs. Up your game day experience by getting a few Candles Just for Guys on Super Bowl…

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10 New Year's Party Ideas

You can’t just pop a bottle and call it a night. If you’re hosting a New Year’s Eve party or pregame this year, you need to go all out—it is the end of the decade, after all. Whether you want to go bold with the decorations, or keep it elegant, we’ve got plenty of ideas…

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Cyber Monday Sale

Cyber Monday has arrived, and hundreds of new deals have gone live. We’ll be continuously updating this page by the hour with the latest discounts as they come. The exact beginning and end date is uncertain, but the savings sure aren’t.  Online retailers like Madison Valley Soy Candles have sales live right now that will…

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Halloween Candy

We already have a rough idea of everyone’s favorite Halloween candy, now let’s talk about the ones we hate. A new survey from CandyStore.com has concluded that the absolute “worst Halloween candy” on the market is candy corn — the tricolor, vaguely triangular treat that seems to be nearly everywhere ahead of Halloween. “Candy corn…

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Super Bowl Championship

Are you ready for some football?! This Sunday, the 2019 football season officially kicks off.  Men and women will be gathering around their televisions every Sunday, Monday and Thursday until the Super Bowl next February. Keep your living room or man cave smelling great with these three Madison Valley Candle scents perfect for football season. 100%…

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4th of July

The 4th of July Celebrations Begin! July 4th – also known as Independence Day or 4th of July – has been a federal holiday in the United States since 1941, but the tradition of Independence Day celebrations goes back to the 18th century and the American Revolution. On July 2nd, 1776, the Continental Congress voted…

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Fathers Day

June is here, which means Fathers Day is just around the corner.  From teaching you to ride a bike to walking you down the aisle, fathers have a special place in all of our hearts, so be sure to show them how special they are this June 16th. If you are still trying to nail…

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Memorial Day

History of Memorial Day Memorial Day was originally called Decoration Day, from the early tradition of decorating graves with flowers, wreaths and flags, Memorial Day is a day for remembrance of those who have died in service to our country. It was first widely observed on May 30, 1868 to commemorate the sacrifices of Civil…

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Benefits of Soy Candles

Benefits of Soy Candles Benefits of Soy Candles: Paraffin wax is commonly used in candles, but soy candles are another option on the market. While soy candles look and smell similar to their paraffin counterparts, they offer distinct advantages. Not all soy candles are created the same way, however. While some limit unnecessary chemicals, others include…

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