Thursday, September 3, 2009

Apples and Pumpkins and Spice...Oh My!

Fall is in the air. Mornings are crisp and evenings are cool. Soon pumpkins will be showing up on doorsteps and trees will be sporting the first yellow leaves of the season. I am thrilled. This is by far my favorite time of the year, and to celebrate I intend on flooding my shop with yummy autumn aromas. But how do I choose? Pumpkin, Cinnamon, Apple, Chrysanthemum, Autumn Woods…There are so many tantalizing aromas to pick from!
You, trusted followers, must choose for me!

Vanilla Pumpkin - Who doesn't love pumpkin? This traditional fall scent is accompanied by cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg. Subtle vanilla accents the blend, giving it a lovely sweet note.

Apples and Oak - Apple and spice with rich woody undertones. Warm, inviting, and earthy.

Autumn Meadow - A celebration of the flowers that make their debut in early fall. Chrysanthemum and chamomile play stars in this blend that is clean, earthy, and slightly floral.

Apple Jack Spice - Tart apple mingles with orange, cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg. Like strolling through an orchard on a cool autumn day.
September Woods - Pine, oak, and just a faint hint of spice. A rich blend that will transport you to a warm fall day in the forest.
So which one's your favorite? I will be choosing two scents for this autumn season, give me a hand and vote now!
Poll located on the right of this page.




7 comments:

  1. Great post and pretty photos too. I know I have been rushing fall. I'm so ready for chilly evenings and bonfires.

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  2. Great post. I'm so ready for FALL! I voted.

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  3. I voted! It was a tough choice - they all sound wonderful!

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  4. Are you only choosing one? I voted for Vanilla Pumpkin...but Apple Jack Spice would be my second choice :)

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  5. I voted! Apples and Oak sounds lovely :)

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  6. Ready for some sweater weather! September Woods got my vote!

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  7. Autumn. It finally begins to cool down in this part of Texas right before Winter officially begins and anything is better than 100plus temps.

    I like the new line in your shop! I could use a wrap right now!

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