Hey, guys! I don’t know about you, but it’s been a really busy week. We’re getting all of our bakery aromatic creations ready for all of our fall and Christmas holiday shows, and it’s been super crazy in my studio. I’m looking forward to relaxing a bit this weekend and kind of escaping craft brain for moment.
Since fall officially starts tomorrow, I’ve been thinking a lot about the smell of a wood burning fireplace. Unfortunately, my own fireplace is gas, but one of the things I truly miss about a wood burning fireplace is the beautiful, almost enchanting aroma of burning wood.
If you’re like me and don’t have a wood burning fireplace, don't think you have to miss out on the enjoyment of the amazing aroma of the warmth of wood. Scented candles are now available that simulate the warm and toasty fragrance of burning firewood.
Lately, I’ve been revving up my Hearth Scented Candle. It has the warm and toasty aroma of an open fire with butter brushed yeast bread baking and the spicy scent of freshly baked apple pie in the background. I enjoy how the candle brings a warm homey touch that's comforting, sweet and sensory pleasing. If I want to sit down and do some writing, I’ll having the flickering flame of the candle and that amazing aroma of burning wood beside me that really gives me a warm feeling inside.
I think I’ll be using my Hearth candle throughout much of the autumn and winter seasons while my gas fireplace is going. To have the intensity of that fireplace smell I love while I'm looking at the flickering light in my gas fireplace, for me, it's just one of those pleasures meant to be savored. I love how wood burning candles recreate that aroma, so I don't have to long for the hearth.
Hearth Scented Candle by Everything Dawn Bakery Candle Treats. Made with Pure soy and Organic Coconut oils for a phenomenal scent throw and burn time. Alongside my favorite TV series collection.
So if you don't have a fireplace that burns wood, don't worry. Grab yourself one of those electric burning ones that flicker and give you thermal heat. Then burn yourself a Hearth candle. It's a really vivid aroma that gives you what you're missing from that burning wood.
Have a Wood Burning Fireplace?
If you’re one of those who do have a wood burning fireplace, I'm not hating on you. In fact, I have a go to for you too. Household Tips Guide has a nice post on how you can get your fireplace smelling wonderful by adding different types of wood and other elements that burn well while giving you aromatics. These make awesome additions to your fireplace and give you authentic, amazing scents. Be sure to check that post out.