Skip to main content

Busy Bee Candles

It's not often I do this other than for books, but I have found the most amazing candles ever. All handmade in Wales using soy wax and they smell divine. They also ship world wide so you don't have to miss out if you're not in the UK. And best of all, they use paypal, so payment is easy and secure.

I kid you not about the scent. I'm currently burning 'green green grass' and honestly I might as well be outside just after hubby has cut the lawn.
They come in mini wax tarts, tea lights, ordinary wax tarts and in candle form. I'm yet to try the candle ones. I still need to try the new range of bath stuff too. 

And in hundreds of scents, from Christmas to Easter, valentines, flowers, spices... there is something to please everyone.

Put an ordinary tea light in the bottom of the burner, pop the wax tart in the top and just sit back and enjoy. Most last at least 2 tealights, if not more. I burn them as I write - its a brilliant way to get the mood right for the book I'm currently writing. Especially as no one wants Christmas carols playing in Jan. Honestly I don't know why, but anyway...

And it makes the whole house smell wonderful. Hubby often has one burning upstairs. He loves the coffee ones.

My current favourites are magnolia blossom, sweetpea arbor and baby powder... And the vapour rub ones are brilliant for when someone in the house has 'man flu'.

Changing the scent is easy. Once the wax  has set and the burner is cool... pop the whole thing in the freezer for 20 mins, then it literally pops out and you can reuse it later. or just throw away if its now lost its scent. Let the burner return to room temp - takes 10 mins or so and you're good to go again.

You can find Busy Bee Candles at the following places.


Popular posts from this blog

A Tuscan Legacy book one - That's Amore

THAT’S AMORE A Tuscan Legacy Book 1

When Rafaele and Jayne meet again two years after dancing the night away together in Tuscany, is it a matter of fate or of faith? After deciding to take a six-month sabbatical, Italian lawyer Rafaele Rossi moves from Florence back to Villa Rossi in the middle of Tuscany, resigned to managing the family farm for his aging nonna after his father’s passing. Convinced a family get-together is what Nonna needs to lift her spirits, he plans an eightieth birthday party for her, making sure his siblings and cousins attend. The Keswick jewelry store where Jayne Austin has worked for seven years closes its doors. Jayne takes her generous severance pay and heads off to Italy—Tuscany to be precise. Choosing to leave her fate in God’s hands, she prays she’ll miraculously bump into the handsome best man she’d danced the night away with at a friend’s Tuscan wedding two years ago. She hasn’t been able to forget those smoldering brown eyes and that rich Italian accent. J…

A Tuscan Legacy book 4 - Ti Amo by Marion Ueckermann

She never wants to get married. He does. To her.
The day Alessandra Rossi was born, her mammà died, and a loveless life with the father who blamed the newborn for her mother’s death followed. With the help of her oldest brother, Rafaele, Alessa moved away from home the moment she finished school—just like her other siblings had. Now sporting a degree in architectural history and archaeology, Alessa loves her job as a tour guide in the city of Rome—a place where she never fails to draw the attention of men. Not that Alessa cares. Fearing that the man she weds would be anything like her recently deceased father has Alessa vowing to remain single. American missionary Michael Young has moved to Rome on a two-year mission trip. His temporary future in the country doesn’t stop him from spontaneously joining Alessa’s tour after spotting her outside the Colosseum. And being bold enough to tell her afterward that one day she’d be his wife. God had told him. And he believed Him. But Alessa shows …

Justice - Emily Conrad

Blurb: Jake thought he was meant to marry Brooklyn, but now she's pregnant, and he had nothing to do with it. Brooklyn can’t bring herself to name the father as she wrestles with questions about what her pregnancy means and how it will affect her relationship with Jake. If Harold Keen, the man who owns the bookstore across from Jake's coffee shop, has anything to do with it, the baby will ruin them both.
The door opened, and Brooklyn ducked through. The only mascara left on her face was a faint smudge below one of her eyes. That could only mean one thing: she was pregnant. She took an uncertain step toward him. He wrapped her in his arms, but even so, she’d never been further out of his reach. “I can’t do this,” she said against his shoulder. “You can.” He leaned his head to look at her face. Her closed eyes seeped tears. “We’ll do it together.” Liar. He couldn’t help her with a baby. That job belonged to Caleb. Yet, he had the sense that the promise answered his prayer. It …