Recently, a company called Diamond Candles sent me one of their fabulous candles to review. They also wanted to give one away to one of you, my lovely readers.
It was so fun for me to hop on their website and learn about the history of Diamond Candles and how they are made. Each soy candle contains a ring, ranging in value from $10 to $5000, hidden in the wax. Yes, it is like Cracker Jacks for ladies! How fun is that!
I waited anxiously for my Peach Paradise scented candle to arrive. I'm kind of picky with scents and was mesmerized by the pleasant aroma of this candle. It wasn't too strong or too weak. It was just right!
There is the ring, wrapped in foil.
I lit the wick and waited.
My niece and I watched the candle burn. It took a while, which is probably a good thing. I only buy quality candles that burn slowly, and this candle didn't disappoint. It took about 6 hours to burn down.
When the ring was near the surface, I speared it with a knife, and pulled it out. I waited for the hot wax to cool, and then I discarded the foil.
My fingers are impossibly small, so I didn't expect this ring to fit. It is actually too large for all of my fingers.
But, my niece and I still loved trying it on and showing off our treasure to everyone in the house.
There are so many fun scents to try, especially now that fall is here in full force. The caramel apple cider ring candle looks scrumptious:
The vanilla lime candle looks nice and fresh:
I'm not into floral scents, but I would love to give this honeysuckle candle to my floral-loving friend:
Would you like a free Diamond Candle?
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...And if you just can't wait for your own Diamond Candle, their website is currently running a deal for $10 off your entire order. What a great deal!