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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 22, 2013 01:10 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Mar 21, 2013

We’ll confess that it was the clean and earthy packaging that drew our attention to Circle 21 scented candles, but it turns out we like everything else about them, too. For starters, this Amarillo, Texas company makes its candles from all-natural soy (not petroleum-based paraffin), and hand pours them into repurposed — Continue reading …




 

 

candlesWe’ll confess that it was the clean and earthy packaging that drew our attention to Circle 21 scented candles, but it turns out we like everything else about them, too.

For starters, this Amarillo, Texas company makes its candles from all-natural soy (not petroleum-based paraffin), and hand pours them into repurposed wine bottle containers. So far, so good. Then, eschewing a generic lid, they opt for distinctive recyclable cork, “branded” with their handsome logo. For a finishing touch, the labels are letterpress printed with a blank space to allow for the individual scent name to be hand-stamped. Recap: soy wax; up-cycled, reusable glass containers; recyclable cork lids; economically printed labels; and splendid-looking, to boot.

So, even if we’ve already stocked up on our Earth Hour candles (note that Earth Hour is Saturday, March 23, 8:30-9:30 p.m.), we’re pretty certain we can find plenty of other good reasons for sourcing candles that intoxicate our senses without burdening our planet in the process.

Photos: Circle 21 


 

 

 
 
 

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