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Diabetes Site Light of Awareness Candle

Item # 51769
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Our diabetes awareness candle wafts with the tangy fruit punch notes of zesty citrus, creating an aromatic environment and bringing attention to a cause that affects over 25 million Americans -- and rising.

Made by Dandles Candles, a home-based business in Spokane, Washington that pours soy candles by hand using only the highest-quality ingredients. Owner Dana Haynes was a local television reporter when she began pouring candles as a way to relax after a hectic day in the newsroom. At the urging of delighted friends and family, her successful business was born.

  • Soy candle with coreless cotton wick
  • Zesty citrus scent
  • 1.5 oz.
  • 2" H x 1.75" diameter (5.1 x 4.4 cm)
  • Handmade in the U.S.A.

Never leave a burning candle unattended.


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Recent reviews:

March 23, 2014 - The scent that I got is Martini something & it's like this totally wicked pink color & it smells GREAT! I am embarrassed to admit that I completely overlooked the actual size of the candle in the description section! I am so glad that I didn't buy this item as a gift for someone. The candle is VERY TINY and it SMELLS AWESOME! I think I am going to keep it as a decoration and a symbol of the cause. And every time I need a little pick me up, I will open the tiny jar and deeply inhale the delightful scent. I don't want to burn it. It's just too darn cute and tiny and it smells so good. I would suggest selling larger candles like 8 ounce and up. Thanks!

December 30, 2013 - Way too small! Nice smell, good idea, but it's so small, it's hard to light. I bought as part of a Christmas present and was a little embarrassed at the size, but at least it was for a good cause.

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