Dec 072011
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2011Holiday Gift Guide – Suggestions For the Home

The smell of an evergreen tree…cookies baking…hot chocolate…baked ham…mulled cider…there are so many scents during the holidays that are tied to wonderful memories, fun times – or that just plain smell great.  If you’d like to have those scents float through your home all year – or if you have other favorite smells you’d like to treat family and guests to – Scentsy is a great way to do that.

Stacy Mayo is an Independent Scentsy Director who loves her company’s products and the great opportunities with which those products provide her and her team.  Scentsy products are wick-less and flame-less meaning no soot, no lead and no worry.  Scents are created by placing wax bars in the dish of each ceramic warmer; the dish sets over a light bulb that slowly melts the wax, allowing the fragrance to be released.  There are a number of fragrance collections with over 80 scents to choose from in all – everything from Baked Apple Pie to Christmas Cottage to Newborn Nursery.

Scentsy also has room sprays, travel tins, hanging scents for the car, solid perfume and the adorable Scentsy Buddies.  The Buddies are sweet stuffed animals that safely hold a scent paks inside.  If your little one has a favorite scent, he can take it with him wherever he goes via his Buddy.

Scentsy Warmer & Scent Bars

We received a Farfalle warmer (along with a bar of Central Park Praline and a bar of Mochadoodle) that I love.  We do a lot of earth tones so it fits in nicely.  They have tons of different warmers to fit any decor, though, including collegiate designs (go UK!), cute Christmas warmers, smooth stone and “mod” collections and many others.  You can also get plug in warmers that plug directly into the wall.

I really like both scents that we received, also.  The Central Park Praline reminds me of the nut vendors in malls (YUM!) and mocha anything is high on my list (I love coffee).  They both smell amazing – and both make me hungry!  I’d also love to try the Ocean one – maybe in a plug in warmer in the bathroom for relaxing when I take a bath (it’ll probably be about 15 more years before a relaxing bath happens again, but hey).

Where to Buy:

You can purchase directly from Stacy’s website.  Before you order I encourage you to take a second to email her about her current specials – she has great ones all the time!  You could also ask her about hosting an online party so you can earn free and half-priced products.  She’ll even do a basket party for you; she’ll send you a basket with all the items you’d need for a party, including a tester kit with all 80 fragrances!  And she pays the shipping both ways.

Giveaway closed.

I received product(s) in order to facilitate my review.  No other compensation was received and all opinions are 100% mine and my family’s.

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About Liza

Liza is a mom (5-year-old daughter, 20-year-old stepson, and 24-year-old stepdaughter) and wife living in Louisville. She loves spending time with her family, visiting the local zoo and parks, as well as planning travel adventures. Cooking and baking, DIY projects and crafts, and coffee - lots and lots of coffee - round out some of her other hobbies.

  11 Responses to “2011 Holiday Gift Guide: Scentsy Warmer and Scent Bars #SfSHolidayGiftGuide”

  1. I would chose the pewter warmer and the comfort and joy scent and apple cinnamon. :) Thanks for the giveaway

  2. What a tough choice! If I had to pick just one, I think I'd go with the Paws full-size warmer.

  3. I'm loving the red reindeer design – so festive!

  4. I like the Flint warmer :)

  5. i love the graphite and cherry blossom

  6. I would choose Doodlebud.

  7. I would love to have the Blizzard Full-Size Scentsy Warmer.

  8. I love the reindeer ones.

  9. I would choose the Victoria Warmer! Thanks for the opportunity to win!!:) Pamela Carroll Neese

  10. My choice would be Doodle Buds and Christmas Cottage scent

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