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Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Starlight Chandling Wax Melt Haul from Etsy
Here I go again with the wax. This blogging has really peaked my wax loving soul and helped me to discover new vendors. Here is one I learned about through Deb. Thanks again ;)
The vendor is called Starlight Chandling and they are based on Etsy. She says she has been making candles for 10 years now and she is new Etsy. Infact so far the only feedback (as of when I am writing this) is from Deb and I. So very new. We will not hold that against her, everyone starts somewhere.
When I first ordered she only had a few scents. Currently she has a TON more and I might just have to try some more out! I decided to go with 6 when I ordered. The great thing was how nice she was. She sells votives also and I saw a couple in scents I wanted in was tarts. I contacted her and she promptly made me a custom listing for the scent tarts I had asked for. These tarts are listed at a great price, especially if you really stock up because each additional item ships free after the initial $5.35.
It did take 4 days for her to ship my item out. She did not have a TAT listed on her listings so I was antsy about that. But once they were in the mail they came pretty fast considering the holiday weekend.
The 6 tarts I ordered were
Sugar Corn Pudding
Salty Sea Air
She also included 3 freebies which was exciting! Freebies always are!
German Chocolate Cake
So far off of just cold scent I am liking these a lot. They have nice scent, especially the raspberry macaroon. A couple I am confused about, but waxes are hit and miss and I will wait to judge when I start melting.
Any of these you would like to hear about first?