Sugary Sweet Snowfall

Sugary Sweet Snowfall

Snow Globe Collection

35 to 45 Hours of Fragrance
Item #1278035
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About This Fragrance
A winter wonder as fluffy marshmallows fall from a creamy vanilla sky.
About Small Tumbler Candles
Limited Edition. The holidays are a time for making dreams come true. This sweet fragrance is a winter wonder as fluffy marshmallows fall from a creamy vanilla sky, producing the most delicious dreams. Special snow globe label pops out to add an extra element of fun. Enjoy classic Yankee® fragrance in a clean, versatile design that complements a wide range of décors. Featuring a brushed metal lid, our small single-wick Tumbler Candle makes a perfect gift for any occasion (35 to 45 hours of fragrance).
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Sugary Sweet Snowfall 5 5 4 4
excellent combination of snow and vanilla love the vanilla scent this puts off, along with the wintry snowfall effect. I find it very relaxing. March 6, 2014
Soft Vanilla and Snow A soft vanilla scent, with snow. I can't believe it is reminiscent of snow, but it is! Def my new favorite. I love it <3 February 6, 2014
So amazing!!! Mmmm...this candle is heavenly. It just smells fresh and sweet, very hard to describe. For any of you familiar with the Sugared Apple scent, this candle smells just like it, but without the apple notes. I pray they don't discontinue it. February 5, 2014
Sugary Sweet Snowfall is not what you expect! Don't let the name of the candle fool is not super sweet. I personally don't like cloying vanilla scents like Vanilla Cupcake, but when you smell the candle cold you get a strong scent of sandalwood. Not what I was expecting. It smells very similar to Bath and Body Works Vanilla Sandalwood. LOVE IT! Perfect scent to use after the holidays and before the spring and summer scents come out. My only complaint is that once lit, the throw isn't very strong. Oh, and they don't offer it in melts or car candles:) November 6, 2013
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