Welcome To Scents of the Season
Scents of the Season, located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, is a family business that creates scented soy candles, tarts, and specialty items. We pour our love and passion into every piece.
In addition to our retail sales online, prices for which already include shipping and tax, we offer wholesale pricing to retail establishments, custom labeling, and fundraising opportunities in the North Georgia area. Feel free to reach out to us for additional information through our Contact Us page.
Scents of the Season is located in Dahlonega, Georgia, which is 60 miles north of Atlanta. Our candles are hand poured soy candles and tarts with new scents coming out each season. You can keep track of the scents that are currently available on our website and our Facebook page. We continue to develop new products all the time. While we have many projects on tap for expansion, we urge you to check back on a regular basis to see what we are currently offering at that time.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Scents of the Season by visiting our Contact Us page or by calling 706-973-0982.
UPCOMING LOCAL SHOWS INCLUDE:
Conyers Cherry Blossom Fest – International Horse Park, Conyers, GA – March 22 & 23, 2014 http://www.conyerscherryblossomfest.com
Springtime in the Country – Highway 400 – Dawson/Forsyth County Line, Cumming, GA - March 29, 2014
This show will benefit You Lucky Dog Rescue with raffle ticket sales and prize drawings. http://youluckydogrescue.org
WICK TRIMMING TIPS
Why should I trim the wick of my candle to 1/8″?
Keeping your wick trimmed properly will save you money by making your candle last longer and will prevent your candle from smoking (the stuff that turns your jar black). The wick’s only job is to create the pool of liquid wax. A little flame does this very well. A big flame just burns the candle faster and burns up the fragrance instead of letting you smell it. We recommend 1/8″ for wicks. If you have a little clump of wax just at the start of your wick, remove it before you trim the wick.