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[Review] Frostbeard Studios – Snow Maiden

Sorry for all the candle posts lately, but it’s almost time for the Spring Seasonal candles to come out, and I want to get all the wintery candles done before then.

This candle is not seasonal but does appear to be limited time only.

The candle for this week is Snow Maiden. According to the makers, this candle should smell like winter birch, frost, and cranberries. All I can tell you is that it smells a lot like the standard “Christmas” type air freshener. It definitely has an evergreen smell, but it’s almost overpowered by something else, and for the life of me, I can’t figure out what it’s supposed to be. Whatever it is, it’s so sharp it almost stings. Definitely not a candle I would buy any other time besides Christmas, but if you know someone who prefers real Christmas trees, and is stuck with fake ones most of the time, this is the candle to get them.

Breakdown:

Frostbeard Studio says: I say:
Scent Details Winter Birch, Frost, Cranberry Christmas trees and pine needles.
Scent Strength StrongVery strong

Currently available in:

2oz cans4oz Cans8oz glass jartarts (wax melts)
$6XXX

Just click on the bearded fellow above to get your order on!

[Review] Frostbeard Studios – Through the Wardrobe

This week, I’m reviewing one of Frostbeard Studio’s seasonal candles, “Through the Wardrobe.” Like all of their candles, it’s based off of scenes/ideas from a book, and this one (for those of you who can’t tell) is from “The Narnia Chronicles” by C. S. Lewis.

I bought this candle, pretty much for this post alone, even though I have – oh, about ten others I could be reviewing. I’ll get to those eventually, but I have this one burning right now, so I figured I’d write my thoughts on it while they’re still fresh. (Plus, it’s seasonal, so you have a very limited time to get your hands on it before next winter~)

Now, the scent it’s supposed to be is a mix between spruce, applewood, and snow. To me, though, it smells a lot like baby powder mixed with a hint of the trees I remembered playing in when I lived in Arkansas. (Fun little story: I always thought the trees were pine, but according to Google, they’re spruce. So, I mean, they got the spruce part down right…) I imagine some people would love it, but I’ve never been fond of baby powder, and for me, the powder scent comes through much stronger than the spruce. To be fair, however, the scent is supposed to be reminiscent of stepping through a wardrobe and into Narnia, and I can very easily see how it’s represented. I’m just not a fan.

Spruce photo by Irina Iriser on Pexels.com

Luckily, the scent is very light. I burned the candle right next to me in a tiny room, and I barely smelled it. Every once in a while, I would get a stronger whiff of it, but for the most part, it just sat there and looked pretty while it burned. Granted, I only bought the little 2oz can to test, so it’s possible the bigger candles will have a stronger scent. A side note, however, is that this isn’t really an issue with the other test candles I’ve used so far. Most of them have had a strong enough scent to fill this room, down the hall, and halfway up the stairs (seriously, though, the room is small).

Breakdown:

Frostbeard Studio says: I say:
Scent Details Spruce, Applewood, Snow Baby powder with a hint of spruce
Scent Strength Mild Faint

Available in:

2oz cans4oz Cans8oz glass jartarts (wax melts)
$6$11$18$6.75

Just click on the bearded fellow above to get your order on!

Note: This particular candle is seasonal and only currently available from January 1st – March 15th.

Note: These are seasonal and only currently available from January 1st-March 15th.