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Holiday Candle

Which 100% premium holiday candle will you enjoy this season? Three 100% Premium Soy Candles For The Holidays Happy holidays are in order with a Madison Valley Candle. These 100% premium soy candles not only make excellent gifts, but they can also help get you in the seasonal spirit and set the mood for your…

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Why Soy Candles

Buy 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 additives or are blended…

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Halloween Candles

TODAY’S HALLOWEEN TRADITIONS The American Halloween tradition of “trick-or-treating” probably dates back to the early All Souls’ Day parades in England. During the festivities, poor citizens would beg for food and families would give them pastries called “soul cakes” in return for their promise to pray for the family’s dead relatives. The distribution of soul…

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Football Candles

Are you ready for some football?! This Thursday, the 2017 football season officially kicks off with the Kansas City Chiefs playing against returning Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots. 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…

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Labor day 2017

The first Monday in September is celebrated nationally as Labor Day. So how did we get the holiday and why is no one quite sure who created it? The Labor Day holiday grew out of the late 19th century organized labor movement, and it quickly became a national holiday as the labor movement assumed a…

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Total Solar Eclipse

Full Solar Eclipse 2017 Fun, Safe and Historic! The clock is ticking for the eagerly anticipated ‘Great American’ solar eclipse that will make its way across the U.S. on Aug. 21. This is what to expect. The solar eclipse, which is the first to the cross the entire country coast-to-coast in almost 100 years, is…

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Why Soy Candles

Why Soy Candles? #1  Soy candles are natural since they’re made from vegetable oil (soybeans). On the other hand, paraffin candles are made from petroleum oil. As a result, soy wax candles do not increase the CO2 level in the atmosphere like paraffin candles do. Furthermore, soy candles do not require chemicals to scent them. For…

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Candle find Review

Candle Find Review of Madison Valley Soy Candle FIRST IMPRESSION OF MY HONEYSUCKLE JASMINE CANDLE: I have come to adore floral scents as I’ve gotten older, and I’ll tell you a secret… I used to despise them! I think it was a mental block because of some of the horrible, cheap floral candles I had…

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July 4th Events

July 4th Events America’s observance of the July 4th has evolved since celebrations began 240 years ago — we’ve traded 18th-century favorites like turtle soup and shooting cannons for hot dogs and fireworks. Even though the holiday has some predictable elements — there will be barbecues, parades and, yes, fireworks injuries — here are six…

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Soy over Paraffin

Soy Candles are simply the only way to go when you want clean, strong and organic choice. Why Soy Candles Paraffin wax is commonly used in candles like Yankee, Woodwick and Gold Canyon. However, soy candles are another option. While soy candles look and smell similar to their paraffin counterparts, they offer distinct advantages. Not…

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Powered by Mom

Powered by Mom Madison Valley Candles – Organic Soy Candles Review Madison Valley’s Organic Soy Candles Make for a Wonderful Gift-Powered by Mom Are you looking for a gift for Father’s Day, a birthday, anniversary, special occasion, office party or? Whether you’re buying something special for someone else or something for yourself these organic soy candles…

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The History of Memorial Day

The History of Memorial Day 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 War soldiers,…

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