Meet FlashPoint Candle.
You can't tell by the photo, but this 9" candle is huge. It easily could become the focal point on a dining room table or set the scene for your outdoor patio furniture.
The candle itself is a soy blend wax, made in the USA and the containers are one-of-a-kind. Each bowl is hand-dipped, multiple times in a glaze to create a beautiful crazed (that old time crackling effect) finish.
FlashPoint Candle sent me one of their lovely selections, Saxon in Leaf Green with a Citrus Blossom scent to try in my home.
|Saxon in Leaf (Citrus Blossom)|
It's been awhile since I've fallen in love with a candle, both for it's scent AND appearance, but I'm smitten. I'm a sucker for unique, one-of-a-kind pottery, and this candle delivers.
The photos above just don't do it justice. An intricate web of colors, cracks and glaze is highlighted each time you light a wick - and the citrus blossom scent is refreshing and sensual.
I'm all about re-purposing, recycling and reusing whenever possible. This gorgeous candle comes in a beautiful hand-poured ceramic bowl that could be used and reused in so many ways:
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As a "cooler" to hold your beverages during an outdoor party...
Or, as a floating candle centerpiece...
I can think of so many uses for the gorgeous bowl after you've enjoyed your candle to the last drop! So at $45.00 - this is a candle, or gift that keeps on giving!
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The FlashPoint Candles come in a plastic covered, and ribbon tied package that is perfect for gift giving.
So, give away!
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*Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. The products used to facilitate this review were given to me free of cost by the company for evaluation. However, all opinions are 100% my own and I am not under any obligation to write a positive review if I feel it is not warranted.