We hope your spring is blooming with beautiful weather and happy circumstance.
Have you been craving any particular scents this month?
This month, I have been really into sherbert-y scents. Anything with a melange of tons of fruit and creaminess have been right up my alley. At night, I find myself wanting marshmallow scents, which is weird since I am exclusively a minty nighttime melter, but anything mixed with marshmallow has been my jam.
Are you a seasonal melter?
This is an interesting question for most wax-heads. I know I'm not, but I still like to mix it up during more appropriate, seasonally 'early' months. I used to think I was the only non-seasonal melter and that I was a wax ~*rebel~* because I could melt anything at any time. Living in Southern California where it's sunny 355 days of the year, I've learned to simply melt what I am craving, regardless of the season! Lately, I can be seen melting tree/pine/Christmas scents through March, while mixed with fruity and tropical scents of course, and I can be seen melting fruitiness throughout the year regardless of the month. Does any of this make any sense?! LOL. I wouldn't, however, melt pine scents in the dead of summer. That ish cray, yo.
Please share with us your answers to these questions in the comments and see what is going on in the following waxy blogs:
Deb, over at It's Always Something, has found a rich buttery sugar cookie tart that you NEED to try! Best part? It is really affordable and may be only an errand away!
Pop over to Fragrance Obsessed to see what incredible blends Sunnee ordered from Sniff My Tarts, and find out what scent she is head over heels in love with enough to order a full sheet cake in....
Ready for another fabulous 10 out of 10 high performing tart from Lolo?! This one even smells like the much lauded London Calling candle from Bath & Body Works. Come check out what vendor creates this awesome tart!
As waxies, we are probably all familiar with Scentsy, but what are some of Julie's top Scentsy picks that stand out from the vendor crowd?