Repurpose Your Empty Candle Jars

All our candle jars are recyclable glass, and can be refilled or re-purposed.. which means you could use them for something in your own home.. think vases, stationery pot, tealight holder, grow bulbs and succulents, the list is endless!

Do you need some inspiration then take a look at our Pinterest board here.

Or, simply return the empty jars to us so that we can reuse them!

We love being environmentally friendly, don’t you?

Celebrating National Prosecco Day

Who doesn’t love a glass of bubbly prosecco when enjoying the weekend?! I must admit, I’m a little partial to a prosecco in the sun, so let’s give three cheers for National Prosecco Day on August 13th. Celebrated every year, National Prosecco Day is a time to raise a toast to the last remaining days of summer, which is considered the perfect time to enjoy this light, fizzy drink.

There are many ways you can celebrate this special day. You could get together with friends and host a ‘bring a board’ night. This is where each person brings a board with a different selection of snacks – like crackers and cheese or marshmallows and strawberries.

Alternatively, why not light one of my soy jar candles and relax as you sip on a refreshing glass of prosecco? They’re perfect for creating a chilled-out vibe – just pop on some music or your favourite film and you’re all set.

Psst, prosecco goes perfectly with my peach bellini tealights and wax melts

Have you thought about using wax melts?

Wax melts are becoming really popular over the years – and I can see why!

Some benefits include:

💛 A really convenient alternative 
💛 They have a longer burn time
💛 The ‘flame’ is hidden in or behind a holder
💛 They’re affordable 
💛 There’s no paraffins 
💛 You can control the intensity of the fragrance 
💛 There’s no soot!
💛 They’re environmentally friendly
💛 Great fun shapes, we are currently making some bees with honeycomb!
💛 They’re a safe alternative to candles 
💛 My favourite, there’s less waste

Do you prefer wax melts, tealights, or candles?