I was contacted by Jennifer Morss, an independent consultant for a company called Scentsy. She offered me a pick of any wickless candle system and scented wax to sample and review. I chose the combination below of the Embellish warmer with Honey Pear Cider scent because I thought that the warmer would match most of my rooms (and pear is just my favorite fruit scent!).
Warning: I'm going to gush a bit here. Oh. My. God. The aroma is like... like the yummiest smell I could ever imagine! I have turned it on every day since it arrived this weekend and our house no longer smells like stinky boys and a litter box. Now, it smells like some heavenly baked treat that I can't quite place my finger upon... The one downside? It makes me crave something sweet!! It actually makes Patrick and me HUNGRY! (So, maybe not the best present for the dieting friend???)
I enjoyed this review so much, that I agreed to do not only a giveaway but also a book party so that I can try to earn more credit towards the other scents that sound so delicious! ( I mean, Peachy Ginger or Toasted Caramel Sugar? How can you go wrong with those?)
One lucky commenter will receive a plug-in sized Scentsy of your choice in addition to 3 bars of wax (also of your choice) - a $25 dollar value! (Open for US and Canadian readers)
~ Just click on over to Jen's catalog and tell me about either a warmer or scent that appeals to you. (warmers are in the front. Scents start on page 28).
~ Place an order through my book party (Tracey's Blogging Book Party) to earn another chance to win!
~ Follow me on Twitter.
~ Tweet about this giveaway and link back.
~ Subscribe to my blog.
~ Post about this giveaway on your blog and link back.
~ If you live in the Eastern Iowa, Illinois or Western Indiana areas, you can even decide to set up your own presentation or book party to earn money towards free product of your own. Plus, you'd get ANOTHER chance to win this giveaway!
Lots of ways to enter, so good luck and we'll pick the winner on Friday, April 15th!
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