Back Road Candles: Pumpkin Spice Cappuccino Scented Wax Melts

Back Road Candles: Pumpkin Spice Cappuccino Scented Wax Melts

To go along with the changing of seasons we included lovely Pumpkin Spice Cappuccino Scented Wax Melts. They are a handmade items by Jen who lives in the back roads of Northeast Ohio with her loving husband and kids. She loves creating candles and wax melts and is focused on providing premium products with the highest levels of customer satisfaction!

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She’s been making candles and highly-scented wax melts for your melt warmer since 2011 and each item is made with lots of love!

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She uses a wonderful container wax in country Mason Jar candles that provides an excellent cold and hot scent throw. A nice combination of soy wax, other vegetable waxes, and food grade paraffin, the wax holds more fragrance than most waxes on the market. It clings nicely to the sides of jars, and has a nice creamy, glossy appearance. It allows her to create candles rich in color that have a wonderful melt pool. The wicks are coreless and flat-braided which allows for an even, clean burn throughout the life of the candle.

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We can’t wait to show you what’s in store for next month’s subscription box! Haven’t signed up yet? Head over to bohopretty.com and sign up now with the promo code BOHOBOX to receive $10 off your first subscription box.

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