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ScentSicles Scented Ornaments – New 2019 Scent

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If there is one thing I love more than my decor for the Holidays, it is the scents in my home. I change my soaps, candles and lotions to my favorite seasonal scents as soon as it gets close to Christmas. I love finding scents like fir, cranberry, fruits and cinnamon. For my tree I hang Scentsicles scented ornaments and they blend right in while leaving a fresh scent in my artificial tree.

For 2019 Scentsicles has a new scent – Pear in a Pine Tree. This scent is described as a clean and citrusy notes of cool calone and frosted yuzu, followed by the lively freshness of just-cut pine and a juicy edge of Bartlett pear sweetness, all balanced by a warm, lush undertone of cedarwood.

Of course there are other seasonal scents perfect for your tree like Spiced Pine, Snow Berry Wreath, White Winter Fir, 2 Dashes of Cinnamon, Mulled Wine, and O Christmas Tree. Just 1 is enough scent and then what I do is wait a few days and add a second ornament because 2 at once is strong, but spacing it out leaves you with a great ongoing scent that lasts through the Holidays.

Background on ScentSicles 

  • They come in a variety of scents and are available at most major retailers across the United States – including Michael’s, Target, Walmart, Lowe’s, Home Depot and Amazon
  • Designed to naturally blend in, simply hang or hide in trees, wreaths, garland and other holiday décor for the classic scents of the holiday season. 
  • Each bottle costs $7.99 comes with six scented ornaments, and 6 S-shaped hooks for hanging! 
  • ScentSicles offer a mess-free, flameless, easy to use way to bring your favorite scents of the holiday season into your home. 
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