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New Glass, New Fragrances Available from my markets NOW

October 2012

I have added 8 new fragrances (see page new Fragrances)

I now carry 48 fragrances in all my different ranges consisting of

Small Bell Jars, Large Bell Jars, Medium Metros, Large Metros, Small Mosaics, and large Mosaics.on show and also available in Custom Glass, just bring your container to a market.

Here is a Picture of some of the new colours, mosaic glass and fragrances

New Glassa nd Fragrances

New Colours New Fragrances for this season.

July its cold wet

and depending where you are

fantastic in the snow


miserable in the city

Best have a great Crème Brule no not the desert the candle from

Natural Aromatic Candles winter range.

Choose between a Metro, Mosaic, Tin or a curvy Bell Jar

and enjoy hours of that most enjoyable desert

fragrance in a Soy Wax Candle


Candle for the Month of June

June is the beginning of winter


It’s the beginning of sky season,

Weekends in the snow lots of fun and to warm you in the evenings

make the chai recipe below.

Its long nights and short days.

The colder weather keeps some indoors more often.

To keep the home smelling fresh as you like. June is spice month.

Those warming spice scents are just so good.


Moroccan Magic

Moroccan Magic

Moroccan Spice

The Fragrance of North Africa, bring the Moroccan Bazaar into your home with this evocative scent.

No matter how cold outside this fragrance will warm you and keep your home beautifully fragranced.





CInnamon Spice

CInnamon Spice

Cinnamon spice

Refreshes a room burn it in the kitchen and no more cooking smells,

cinnamon gently warms an area with it’s scent ,

for those who are romantic it does also tweak the love bug ,,,so be careful.



Here is a great recipe for Chai to cuddle up on the couch with, careful don’t spill it.

 This will make 2 large cups:

1 x 3 cm piece cinnamon quill

2 x Cardamon pods

3 x Cloves whole

3 x Tsp Indian Tea Leaves

4 x Tsp Sugar (or to taste)

1 x cup milk (or 2 cups of milk, to your taste)

1 x cup water

1 x strainer


In a medium pot pour the water add the milk then add the Indian tea, cloves,

crack open the cardamom pods then add those to the pot.

Bring to the boil over a moderate heat as you begin to see the foam at the sides of the pot take off the heat

let stand for a few minutes (3 usually, the longer you leave it the stronger the tea will be)

strain into the cups sit down and enjoy.

Candle of the Month for May

Mothers Day is May

A special candle she will remember and think of you for years come.

Mothers Day Special

Featured are three of the Atrizan Glass Lamps you mother will love.

They reflect the light and fragrance of her youth.

Lavender Fragrance:


An all time favourite…imagine walking through the lavender fields in France where row upon row of lavender bushes are in bloom you stretch out your hands and feel the gentle brush of the flower tips across your hand while inhaling the wonderful lavender fragrance. A timeless gift to say, thanks mum.

Rose Victorian  Fragrance:

victorian Rose
A precious gift to your mother…an English Rose Garden in late spring the new roses have come out to dance in the sun giving their thanks by releasing the magnificent fragrance that only roses can give.

French Vanilla  Fragrance:

Aghhh, Vanilla…the essence that inspires so much in all of us, its uses can fire the imagination to achieve all sorts of culinary wonders no matter how skilled we are. In your kitchen this will release in magic upon you to inspire you to do all you want to do in life and the kitchen. A wonderful gift of gratitude to your dear dear mother.