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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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Mothers Day

Mothers Day 2018 With Mothers Day quickly approaching it’s time to seriously start thinking about what you are going to get your mom to make her day extra special.  She’s pretty awesome and after putting up with all she does for all of these years she most certainly deserves the perfect gift.  If you are…

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Spring Candles

Spring Candles weather is coming up quickly and impossible to stop! For many of us, this time of year means great weather, vacations with family, houseguest and of course Spring Candles. If you find yourself hosting and housing visitors for the upcoming season, it is important to have a clean and good smelling space for them. Here…

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Super Bowl Sunday

Can you believe the Super Bowl is this Sunday? After a long season of triumph and heartbreak (depending on who you root for) Super Bowl Sunday will see the New England Patriots face off against the Philadelphia Eagles. Up your game day experience by getting a few Candles Just for Guys on Super Bowl Sunday.…

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Perfect Valentines Day Candles

The Perfect Valentines Day Candles. It’s still January; why are we talking about Valentines Day? Far too often people wait until the last minute to buy their significant other a gift (you know who you are!). While we still have just over 2 weeks to go, here are three great scents to give to your…

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Times Square Ball

Times Square Ball is a time ball located in New York City’s Times Square. Located on the roof of One Times Square, the ball is a prominent part of a New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square commonly referred to as the ball drop, where the ball descends 141 feet in 60 seconds down a…

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Why Buy Soy Candles

Top 5 Reasons To Buy Soy Candles Instead Of Regular Paraffin Candles It’s very easy to see why using soy wax candles and other soy products makes sense. However, maybe you simply haven’t had the opportunity to try soy candles yet. I thought I’d share some of the reasons that so many people prefer soy…

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Cyber Monday Sale

The History of the Cyber Monday Sale The Thanksgiving turkey has been carved. Black Friday shoppers have gone home with their discounted loot, even though we now know some Black Friday deals aren’t as good as they seem. Next up: Cyber Monday Sale. Last year, Americans spent more than $3 billion online for Cyber Monday,…

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Woodwick Candles

Everyone can appreciate the power of Woodwick Candles. From the gentle glow of the flame at the top of the wick to the mystery of the magical scents that seem to come from that pool of melting wax, they are intriguing and romantic accents to any home. What if you were told there is a…

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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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