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Spring Colonial Candles, a welcomed gift

Sometimes you find a product that does not disappoint. Our experience with Colonial Candle is just like that—we love their candles.

Today we are talking about their spring collection and we are hooked by the scents. We know a few of the spring scents for 2014 and want to describe our experience.
Image by Andrea Campbell

While doing some research, we stumbled upon the fact that this company was started by Mabel Baker in 1905 (who knew?). A cottage industry blossomed because her candles became popular with friends and she got them into stores, and they are now recognized as the first candle company started by a woman.

" ...the first candle company started by a woman."

Colonial Candle® is still proudly made in the USA, in North Carolina, with the same craftsmanship established over a century ago.

Today we are talking about their spring collection and we are hooked on the scents. We know well a few of the spring scents for 2014 and want to describe our experience.

See the slideshow for scent profiles and photos.