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Yummy! I wanna sniff!

They look wonderful! I bet the smell is out of this world! I love anything cinnamon. Wish I lived closer...much, much closer!

I <3 reading your dad's comments! They make me grin! Love your fuses, I mean candles!

What a delightful presentation! I would want the whole tray myself! LOL I know I would be unable to resist . . .


Those candles are cool.Hope you and Alan have a very merry Christmas and have a safe , healthy trip home to your folks.

A very nice picture it is too! At first glance it looks like a box of dynamite with the fuzes set to go........ But then knowing me and others knowing me.... I changed my thoughts......... nice candles!! I cant wait for you to get home and show the blogosphere what has been happening in the great Wight north. The girls up here have lots of ideas that wont blow up in your face......Love, Dad

Neat candles! I like the texture on them.

What amazing candles! You are SO talented, Anna. Have a wonderful holiday in WA with your family.

Oh Anna, cinnamon is the best - these are magnificent!! If I missed them in your etsy store this year I will definitely keep an eye out for this next year (please make more? :) ) xoxox

Would love to know how you made the candles. They look wonderful. I bet they smell super when burning.
Have a very safe trip home for Christmas. Watch out for bugs on the plane. :-)
Hugs to all, Manetta

I bet those do smell yummy. Will you be staying through Christmas? Will Alan stay home alone? (If you can ever be alone with ALL those critters.) :) Have a safe flight and try not to catch a bug this trip! Hugs...

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