beautiful bouquet of red, pink and white pure beeswax candles for mother's day

How to Rock Mother's Day with Beeswax Candles

I remember many years ago,when I first was elected as a school trustee, a school principal gifted me at Christmas with a set of beeswax taper pairs. At the time I didn’t know much about beeswax candles but immediately I knew I was given something special and I found the gift very touching. Little did I know at the time how important beeswax was going to become in my life!

The key message here is that even not knowing much about beeswax, instinctively I knew it was special. I enjoyed burning those red tapers and of course many years later, the only candles you will find in our house are beeswax. If you are trying to make your mom feel special this year maybe think about beeswax candles. If she doesn’t know about them she might appreciate the introduction. If she does know about beeswax candles then she will appreciate the care and quality evident in beeswax Honey Candles®. I don’t think you can go wrong.

Honey Candles® Pillars and Taper Pairs come with clear burning instructions under the label. Both Honey Candles® Pillars and Taper Pairs come in beautiful spring colors, rich deep colors or classic Natural.

We have a blog to help out beeswax candle burning newbies:

How to Start Burning Beeswax Candles

If you think Mom will love the unusual, consider beeswax Honey Candles® Rose Candles. You can buy a single Red Rose or a Three Rose Bouquet package that includes Red, Pink and Pearl Rose Candles.  Check those packages out here.

Still not convinced? Here's what two recent customers had to say about Honey Candles:

"Thanks so much for providing the best candles in the world!" Heather, Burnaby BC

"Good customer service goes a long way, and you'll always have my candle business. I love your candles. Thanks again." Chad, Verona ON

Excellent customer service and the best candles! What do you think? Will elegant beeswax Honey Candles help you rock Mother’s Day?

Photo by Marlie Marchewka

Published By Pat Cattermole

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