AUTUMN COLLECTION: NO III. AUTUMN LEAVES
AUTUMN COLLECTION NO. III
Notes of fallen leaves, cinnamon, and dark patchouli
A cabin, seemingly abandoned to the naked eye, is alive turning with rusted gears of an autumn witch. With ghouls and mischief running wild through the burnt leaves and billowing roof top, falling into piles of cinnamon sticks. The leaves that surround this cabin, sweet with morning autumn dew, are enriched with the colors that spark comfort and perhaps, a bit of cat-like curiosity, enough to draw the eye to see the magic within the clouds of dry patchouli, and enough to walk through the cabin door.
FOR IDEAL BURN:
Be sure to trim the wick before lighting. Your wick should between around 1/8”. If your flame is flickering excessively, or too high, or if the flame is smoking, your wick should be trimmed. Always burn until the wax of the surface is melted from edge to edge— this will prevent tunneling and extend the life of your candle. Do not burn for more than 4 hours. Always burn on a heat-resistant surface and never leave unattended.