Why is Red the Color of Love?
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The Art of Hosting, with Alexis deBoschnek
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Arranging Beauty
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by sol z.
5M ago
Arranging beauty can mean floral arranging and decor, styling a table or space, planning an event or gathering – and each person has their own unique approach to their craft. More ..read more
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With Love.
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Candle Community: +COOP and Hoppe Shoppe
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Savor, Scent, Spice
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11M ago
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Candle Magic
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by El .
1y ago
Have you ever made a wish before blowing out candles on your birthday? Placed candles on the table in your home for a special dinner with family? Lit a candle at a Buddhist temple, or seen them burning on the altar at a Catholic church? That's candle magic. Candle magic can happen any place, any day, any time. Spanning religions, cultures, and societies – candle magic is an ancient ritual practiced by witches, brujas, and probably your grandmother. At its core, this ritual honors our human connection with the natural element of fire. Lighting, burning, and reading beeswax candles can connect ..read more
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Our Annual Gift Guide | Bee-centric Gifts
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by El .
1y ago
Presenting Greentree Home Candle's annual gift guide, an array of warm and colorful handmade wonders. Just the uplift we all need at the end of a long year. Near and dear to our hearts at Greentree Home, each gift in our 2022 gift guide is filled with warmth and inspired by a connection to nature; every artisan and maker is someone we know personally.  We guarantee these special gifts will bring a smile to the faces of your loved ones, and hopefully to your face too. Don't take our word for it! Order and see for yourself. MATCH STRIKE WITH TRAY   If matches are a candle's best frie ..read more
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This Little Light of Mine, I'm Gonna Let it Shine!
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by El .
1y ago
Humans have been constructing candles for at least 5,000 years.  Egyptian traditions of gathering rush grasses and drenching the bundles in animal fat before setting them on fire tell the story of possibly the earliest candles known on earth. Centuries later, the beeswax candle developed (somewhere in Europe) – clearly inspired by these candle burning origins from Africa.  Today, we make beeswax candles by hand in the foothills of the Catskill mountains in upstate New York, where the indigenous lands of the Susquehannock, Lenape, and Haudenosaunee people intersect, specifically the O ..read more
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Beeswax Bloom: Love It, Hate It…or Wondering, What Is It?
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by El .
1y ago
You may notice your Greentree Home candles bloom after they have been sitting in one place for a while. Bloom refers to the frosty, crystalline layer found on the surface of beeswax. A bloom on your candles is good news – that means they are 100% pure beeswax! Beeswax is made up of fatty acids, hydrocarbons, and esters. This composite of materials creates that gorgeous element which is so durable & firm when cool – yet becomes soft, pliable, & even turns to liquid, when heated. As the fatty acids in beeswax shift, some rise to the surface, creating the effect which we call bloom. "I'm ..read more
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