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Christmas 2020

10 Seasonal Candles to Get You in the Holiday Spirit

Whether you prefer a scent that evokes warm apple cider, spicy orange cloves, or fresh pine needles, you'll find a new favorite in this roundup of Dallas-made candles.
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Society by Jackson Vaughn

“Home + Holiday” by Calyan Wax Co.

Like fresh-baked cookies on a winter day. Notes of cinnamon, vanilla, and gingerbread, with a hint of gurjun balsam.

“Christmas Hearth” by Gluttony Candles 

A sweet and spicy blend of orange peel, cinnamon, ginger, vetiver, pine, and clove.

“Sparkle” by Gold Soul Candle Co.

With its vibrant peppermint scent, this candle is like a candy cane in wax form.

“Cranberry Woodlands” by Gratus Candles

Cranberries, currants, citrus, and cinnamon, rounded out with hints of cedar, sandalwood, and vetiver.

“Spiced Chai” by Henry’s Daughter

A warm, cozy scent for a cold day. Black tea, cardamom, vanilla, and cinnamon.

“Christmas Calm” by Indigo Aura Self Care

A bright blend of cinnamon, cloves, zesty orange peel, and evergreen.

“Cozy Sweater” by Melted Mood Candle Co.

A crisp mix of fresh orchard apples, cinnamon, and vanilla.

“Christmas Cabernet” by MilanMonet Luxe

Like a glass of Cab with a holiday twist. Notes of red grapes, clove, ginger, rose petals, vanilla, and musk.

“Folklore” by Society by Jackson Vaughn

A limited-edition, unexpected blend of pomegranate, spicy peppercorn, and charred sage.

“Christmas Morning” by White Rock Soap Gallery 

This scent is pure nostalgia. It evokes memories of Christmas trees, cookies for Santa, and brewing cider.

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