Giveaway :: Goose Creek Candle Company

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

There is one way to create the perfect atmosphere that never goes out of style: candlelight. To be honest, I’ve been known to spend hours in the candle section of any home goods store, searching for the absolute perfect scent to take home with me. (Don’t tell me you haven’t done the same. I know you have.) Over the years, my preferences have changed but one thing remains the same. No matter the season, a house just isn’t a home without some good quality candles placed strategically around.

Goose Creek Candle Company is the go to for gorgeous, quality candles. From stunning jar candles to pillars and more, this family run business offers a variety of scents and styles to choose from. Every candle is hand poured, fragrant, and smokeless. Talk about the trifecta of candle perfection! Try a “Tropical Breeze” candle to keep your “Endless Summer” moving straight through until fall. You can thank me later.

Goose Creek Candle Company is giving away one 39oz American Heirloom Jar Candle to one lucky winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question by Wednesday, September 17th. Comments now closed…good luck!
If you were to make up your own candle scent, what would it be?
Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, September 24th, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 51
    Maire K says:

    Coconut-walnut-almond or if possible the smell of freshly baked bread.

  2. 52
    Denise F says:

    freshly washed linen and bamboo. It reminds me of my childhood, spending time at the grandparents’ backyard, I’d lay down on a bamboo bench and look up at dancing shirts and sheets dancing, as they hang from the clothesline.

  3. 53
    Caroline W says:

    Something that smells like sunrise in Colorado in the summer.

  4. 54
    Alex says:

    My candle would smell like Star Jasmine and freshly mowed grass. There was a lot of star Jasmine surrounding the library at my high school, so to me it smells like all of the excitement and possibilities of the beginning of summer and the end of the school year. Even though I’m no longer in high school, the scent of jasmine and grass still brings back those emotions.

  5. 55
    Pat says:

    I would choose the whipped pumpkin latte

  6. 56
    AmandaK says:

    Lilac and fresh-cut grass – two smells that always take me back to my early childhood in New Hampshire.

  7. 57
    HNR says:

    the smell of good coffee when you puff that air out of the bag; or coffee roasting. the smell is heavenly!

  8. 58
    Debra C says:

    Honeysuckle or jasmine!

  9. 59
    Trisha says:

    Hay fields and summer sun. 

  10. 60
    anna says:

    the smell of fresh cut hay mixed with molasses. smells like a summer day on the farm 🙂

  11. 61
    Heather HC says:

    woodburning fire – that ultimate winter comfort smell without having to carry logs or sweep up ashes

  12. 62
    Christy Ann says:

    My candle would smell just like vanilla frosting, or carrot cake with cream cheese frosting. I love scents that smell like dessert!

  13. 63
    Sleepyheadedmom says:

    I would love a candle that smelled like cinnamon rolls baking in the oven and a pot of coffee brewing.

  14. 64
    Rosy says:

    It would smell like fresh laundry on a line 🙂

  15. 65
    Kim says:

    I would make up the fresh tomato smell you get on your hands when you pick them from the vine

  16. 66
    Lindsay says:

    Can you bottle the smell of a cold afternoon – that crisp, fresh scent with a little bit of a bite? I’d do that. There’s something about the right scent that evokes a feeling.

  17. 67
    Karen says:

    I would love a candle that smelled like Hawaii, right when you get off the plane. The smell of those flowers are beautiful. That or cinnamon with a carrot cake twist.

  18. 68
    Amie Althaea says:

    Green tea, with honey and lemon!  Fresh, sweet and lemony!  Perfection!

  19. 69
    Amy Grace says:

    A summer scented candle, that smells different every time you smell of it of a smell that brings back one of your favorite memories or moments of a past summer.