Monday, December 20, 2010

The Smell of Christmas

Ever since Greg and I have been married (5 years for you new blog readers) we have always done a real Christmas tree, usually a Frasier Fir.  They tend to be fat, full, and long lasting against needle drop in our house, they also have a light smell, which I love!

However, not everyone can have a real tree, either for allergies, pets, or just access issues.  So for those of you who can't have the real deal, get on over to your nearest retail outlet to purchase this amazing product line:

I have been a big fan of the Thymes products for a long time and this is no exception.  I have used this as a good holiday go-to hostess gift.  Especially for those living in a warmer climate who can't always get a real tree, this brings the smell of Christmas into the house without the mess!
The diffuser is also a nice gift, I usually have one in the bathroom for the holiday's.  But they do last FOREVER, so you can re-cap it and save it for another year if you don't want to smell the holiday's into Valentines day :)

Have you tried these?  Are there any other good scents you use for the holiday season?

Happy Monday!

1 comment:

  1. Funny! Not 5 minutes ago, I lit my Frasier candle. I picked it up today!