Black Friday Sale ~~~~ LCH

Crazy! Crazy! Crazy!
Love Candle Heaven is having a huge Black Friday Sale! 

Receive 25% off your order when you use the code blackfriday 

Wow! No telling when Love Candle Heaven will run another special like this! This is a great time to try Love Candle Heaven products, if you haven’t yet! Or just a time to stock up on your favorite products if you have tried Love Candle Heaven!


Hooray!!!! Love Candle Heaven Bath Bombs Are Here!!!!!!

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Almond Coconut: Fresh smell of Almond and  Coconut

Birthday Cake: Fresh smell of freshly cut cake YUM! All white with different colored sprinkles

Cherry Almond: Sweet smell of cherry mixed with almond. White with bomb with almond colored accent

Chocolate Mint: Smell of chocolate with a hint of mint Smells good enough to eat. 1/2 green 1/2 chocolate brown.

Coffee: Smell of fresh brewed expresso. White bath bomb with fine ground expresso beans to accent the entire bath bomb.

Cool Fresh Aloe: Very clean fresh smell definitely a top seller. White bath bombs with swirls of green accent. Sure to leave you relaxed!

Crazy Love: Fruity & floral with Top notes of strawberry, black currant, cassis, peony, pink jasmine and tiger lily. Base: amber wood, white patchouli, musk and vanilla. Neon pink with light pink accent and real dried flower petals. 

Cucumber Melon: Sweet & Fruity. Cool, calming, crisp notes of Cucumber are married to the sweet, cloying notes of Honeydew and Cantaloupe melon creating a refreshing & delightful bath bomb. Orange bath bombs with swirls of green.

Eucalyptus: Pungent scent of eucalyptus is like no other scent in the world, it is close to a true menthol. Good for aromatherapy , it is a stronger fragrance so it last longer than others. Soothing also helps congestion. White with green colored sea salt don’t miss out on this spa experience

Lavender: Lavender fragrance good for aromatherapy this is sure to relax you as you soak your stress away.

Lavender Mint: Lavender mixed with a refreshing mint. Very relaxing Also great aromatherapy. 1/2 white 1/2 purple with some green colored sea salt to nicely accent the top.
Lemongras: Wonderful aroma of fresh cut lemongrass with a hint of green herbal notes strong lemon smell. Yellow with white stripe and green colored sea salt at the top.

Monkey Farts: Top notes of fresh bananas and juicy grapefruit, middle notes of kiwi, juicy bubblegum, and strawberries; and a hint of vanilla as a base note.

Moroccan Vanilla: Very nice clean Vanilla. Light golden brown with oats.

Oatmeal Milk and Honey: Blend of oatmeal, milk, honey and almond nice clean fresh smell. 1/2 & 1/2 white & orange with brown colored sea salt on the top. 

Petal Dance: Citrus, cherry blossom, hydrangea, apple and peach; with a hint of blonde wood. Rose color with glitter & real dried flower & rose petals. 

Pink Sugar: Sweet sugar smell with hint of cotton candy. White with pink/red glitter 

Spearmint Rosemary: Refreshing, minty spearmint aroma with a hint of rosemary. Strong, and very true to its name. White with blue accent at the top and colored sea salt.

Wakame: Fresh Clean Smell. Green with Sea Salt accents 

Watermelon: Watermelon fragrance very fruity. Orange with pink ring & purple glitter colorful & fun.

Sweet Pea: An English garden reminiscent of hyacinth, lily of the valley, violets and wild jasmine with a background of light herbal and musky notes. Fresh & Floral. Green with pink accent at top of the bath bomb.

Gateway to Other Worlds (or Why I Love the Library)

I don’t remember learning how to read. I’ve always read anything I could get my hands on.  It’s something that I’ve always been able to do. I’m sure someone taught me at some point, more than likely my older brothers. They were also showing me how to do things for myself, so they’d not have to help me anymore.

I can remember watching my brothers leave for school and wishing I could go with them. I would beg them to play Bus Driver or School with me when they were home. My oldest brother, Ed, would usually comply with my demands. He would make my other brother, Cliff, play with us. Ed would be the “teacher” and Cliff and I would be the “students.” We even lived by a car scrapyard at one time, and Ed found a bus we could sneak into. Ed of course was always the “Bus Driver,” while Cliff and I were always the “students.” I never cared, I was just glad to be pretending to go to school like my big brothers. Ed taught me my ABC’s and how to count money. Cliff taught me to spell my full name and to write sentences, which I’d have to do before he would play anything with me. They both taught me which colors were which, they got tired of telling me what the crayons were when we colored.

I started school 2 weeks before my 6 birthday, due to a law that said I had to be 5 before a certain date to attend kindergarten. My birthday was 2 weeks to late, according to laws. I was so excited to be finally starting school! The first day, I couldn’t wait for my parents to leave and kept telling them to go. After school was out, my parents asked me what my favorite part if school was and I told them that storytime was, but wished the teacher would let me read my own books. 

It wasn’t until 1st grade that I had access to a classroom library. After 35 years, I’ve forgotten the teacher’s name, but I will always remember the feeling that came over me when she showed me the book section of the room.

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When she took my hand and lead me to a corner of the room she had separated from the rest of the class with shelves. On these shelves was row upon row of books. Hundreds upon hundreds, it seemed to my small self. She told me that I could take books home to read, if I wanted to. I asked her how many I could borrow at a time. 2, but as soon as I returned them, I could get 2 more was the last thing I heard her say that morning.

I was in heaven! I immediately checked out 2. They were Fun With Dick and Jane & a Baby Bear book. I finished them in 2 days. I brought them back a few days later, and picked 2 more. It wasn’t long before I was reading 2 a day. An addiction was started.

One day, my teacher gave me a note to take home to my Mom. Mom was at work when I got home in the evenings, so I opened the note to see if I’d done something wrong. Teachers only sent notes home whenever a student was acting up, or so I thought. The note was actually just asking my mother if I was really reading the books I brought home, or if I was actually just looking at the pictures. When I gave my Mom the note, she just laughed, and wrote back that she assumed that I was, since I asked what a few words were and went back to reading in my room. Nothing was ever said again about my reading. All my teachers from then on just seemed to encourage me more.

I went to my first public library in the 4th grade. We’d moved to a new town and my sisters and me were exploring the town closest to our neighborhood. This was when it was a lot safer for kids to roam the neighborhood, of course.

We’d found the Town Square with a pizzeria and a doughnut shop, which was awesome, I’ll admit, what kid wouldn’t think it was awesome. All this was dulled for me, for soon on our little wandering search, I noticed a sign about a block off from the Square. On this sign was an open book.

My sisters weren’t interested in finding out what the sign meant, but I couldn’t get it out of my head. Soon, I wandered away from them and found myself at the building the sign was in front of.  PUBLIC LIBRARY. I was intrigued. I knew what it was, but I always had enough books to read before, either from the classroom or my own little horde of books. Now that I was getting bigger, I wanted more. I wanted bigger kids books.

I went into the library. It had shelves everywhere. There was at least a thousand books on the shelves. A couple of older women ran the library, and one of them helped me get a library card so that I could check out books. She showed me how to use a card catalogue (for you readers born to late to know, this was how we googled back then), and set me free. In wonder, I explored as much as I could. I perused books while sitting at a table, looking for just the right one that I just had to take home to read. I stayed until dinner time, and left reluctantly.

Every since then, I’ve never felt truly at home in a new location until I found the library in whatever new town I was living in. The library has taken me places I could never go. Each book is a door to another world to me.

Every time I checked out a book, I would be completely immersed in the story. I’ve gone on magic carpet rides, sailed the Seven Seas, explored the jungles and lived in manor houses. I lived the books and breathed the plots. I suffered when the main characters suffered and feasted when they celebrated. Books have made me feel fear, made me cry and made me laugh.

Too me there is nothing better than exploring library shelves. It’s like a treasure hunt and you never know what you will find. There’s knowledge, love, and adventure on every shelf. There’s books that give you a peek into the life of famous people. Books that tell you how things work. Rows and rows of books of poetry. Hundreds of books from someone’s imagination. Books for everyone.

Modern libraries of today have so much more to offer. Not only do the have books, but they have newspapers, magazines, and audio books. There’s computers, tablets and internet connection. Most have activities for children. others even offer little workshops that are fun and informative.The local library near me has even partnered with the Conservation Department in our area and they offer fishing poles and gear for kids to check out! You just don’t know what your local public library has to offer the community, until you visit it on a regular basis.

The gift of a library card is perfect for people of all ages. Libraries have so much to offer to the people who live in a community. Someone who has a library card has a passport to other worlds. By visiting the shelves of a library, they will find the access to these worlds. All one has to do is open up a book to be taken to the shores of this new world. You can stay in these worlds as long as you want. Traveling between these worlds is easy, the doorway closes when you close the book. Some worlds stay in your mind longer, and you’ll find yourself returning as often as you can. With a library card, ones imagination can travel through many possibilities.

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Randoms — Love Candle Heaven


These are worth more $$. Only one of each available.
I don’t know who… or when… But these three random pieces of jewelry can be found in 14oz, 21oz, 26oz candles or in confetti. All are very beautiful!!
If a Rep or Customer get one of these pieces, please post pics so that we can all see. Pics can be posted here: The Gift Comber/Facebook
All are sterling silver.
There’s no telling when one of these will be found. They will be mixed in with all of the rings. So they can randomly be put in any order. We won’t even know it since everything is wrapped in foil now.
Good luck to all!!!!

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As always, if you prefer a certain sized ring, please place the size in the comment section when ordering. Ring sizes are between 6-10.
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New Contest From Love Candle Heaven



30th order placed of a 14oz, 21oz, 26oz Candle or a Confetti will WIN one 14oz Lavender tin candle from our Relax The Soul Category, ring size of choice, and will also win beautiful sterling silver earrings.
This contest is for reps and customers.
As an added bonus, any candle bought could have one of these random pieces of jewelry instead of a ring!! Continue reading “New Contest From Love Candle Heaven”

Soy Candle Benefits


Soy candles are non-toxic since they are made of vegetable oil, have a lower melting point (so the wax itself doesn’t get as hot), produce negligible amounts of soot, and release no known carcinogens into the air. Compared to paraffin candles, soy wax candles are much healthier for humans, pets, and the environment. Plus, they clean up easier (just use soap and water) when the wax is spilled.
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No Mess w/LCH

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When looking for the “surprise” jewelry inside of LCH’s Candles, you will notice that we strive for a “No Mess” option. We feel this sets us apart from our competition even more than the fact that our candles are the best smelling.

Not only do we wrap our special gorgeous rings in aluminum foil, we also place them in a small resealable plastic baggy. This baggy is then taped to the underside of the lid.

All this we do, to insure you the most enjoyment from your Candle and Ring with minimal mess! After all, if your not happy, were not happy!

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You can also, when ordering your candles, specify the ring size you would prefer. Generally, our shipping department will accommodate any and all requests. Just comment your size preference in the comment section of your order. Sizes are 6-7-8-9-10.


Paper Mache C-Wreath Project

Found this today while looking for gift ideas and just thought it would be so cute! You could make one for yourself or make several as gifts! I’ll make me one, and show pictures for how it turns out.

I am turning a paper mache letter C into a C-wreath for the front door or a wall hanging while spending very little money and using few products

Source: Paper Mache C-Wreath Project

The greatest gift of all

Sometimes, you hunt and hunt to find a gift for someone you love. Many times, you will find that perfect gift that speaks volumes from your soul. Other times, you will come up empty handed and have nothing material to give. Usually, you will resort to a gift that you buy, whether it is a product or gift card. If you are talented, you will give a hand-made gift that you created with your hands.
Sometimes you will be lucky and they’ll love the gift. More often than not, the little trinkets or Knick Knacks will be put somewhere in the back of the closet.

Finding the perfect gift for someone requires a listening ear and a lot of searching. You can’t just buy a book lover any old book, but should know the favorite writer and genre of the reader. You could buy a figurine for your Aunt, but if you buy her a Hummel when she collects hummingbirds, she won’t like it as well. This is why you must listen to the loved ones to find what their taste is.

Above all else: The best gift you can give anyone is your time and love. Children crave someone to play a game with them. Mothers wish their children would sit and talk with them. Fathers are thrilled when their children want to watch and help with projects. And grandparents love when you have time to listen to their memories and stories. So above all else, take the time to show your loved ones how much you care with your actions.




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