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Farmhouse Mug Candle
Farmhouse Mug Candle
Farmhouse Mug Candle
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Farmhouse Mug Candle

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Who doesn’t love Autumn?!  Get ready to bring your favorite season inside with our Pumpkin Vanilla Candle, poured into beautiful farmhouse style mug.  This mug is a great accent to any decor.  This is a limited mug, so you want to grab one or two before they are gone! 

Made with 100% soy and no dyes, our premium soy candles are hand poured in small batches to ensure high-end quality.

Ingredients: soy, essential + fragrance oils

9 oz. phthalate free candle in a ceramic coffee mug

Scent: Pumpkin Vanilla - Smells of harvest pumpkin with notes of crushed cinnamon, sweet brown sugar, vanilla, nutmeg baked into a buttery pastry crust. 

Instructions: Burn within sight.  Keep away from things that catch fire.  Keep away from drafts, children, and pets.  Do not burn the candle more that 4 hours at a time.

If you want your candle to burn evenly and last as long as possible, you have to light it for about 3 to 4 hours the first time you burn it.  The wax has a muscle memory, and it’s going to burn in the same pattern every time.  So if you light it for long enough the first time, that will ensure that your candle pools completely across all of the wax, setting it up to continue to do so with each subsequent burn. Otherwise, tunneling, where the wick burns straight down the center of a candle without creating a full melt pool, can occur. Once your candle starts tunneling, you’re losing all that peripheral wax surface area for future burns.

Keep the wick trimmed to 1/4 inch at all times. It is suggested to trim the wick every 4 hours of burn time. When wick trimming, you should always extinguish the flame, let the candle come to room temperature, and trim the wick before relighting.