I love holidays! And Christmas just happens to be my favorite one. I cannot believe that it is right around the corner. The stores are decorated with trees, lights and holiday splendor. We haven't fully decorated our house yet but I am really looking forward to it. I love looking at lights, wreaths, trees and crosses.
This year marks the 40th anniversary for Tree Classics, a maker of realistic looking artificial Christmas trees, wreaths, and other Christmas ornaments. In honor of this year's celebration, I was recently sent cinnamon scentsicles from Tree Classics for review. Scentsicles are amazing scented ornaments that can be used on trees, wreaths and garland. They are available in a set of three, each set contains six scentsicles.
They come with their own hooks for hanging. Scentsicles are available in pine, fur, spruce, snowberry wreath and cinnamon. I love the cinnamon scent from my scentsicles. They smell fantastic and it really does help put you in the Christmas mood. The scentsicles scent will remain for 30 days, which is really ideal for the Christmas season. I really wish I had smellography so that you could smell the cinnamon through the photograph. You will just have to trust me.
Here you can see a cinnamon scentsicle on our wreath.
Thanks to Tree Classics generosity one of you will be the recipient of a Tree Classics gift. The winner will not pick their gift but will instead have a surprise sent to them directly from Tree Classics. Fun, right? Just leave a comment on this post about anything and I will randomly select a winner on November 30th. Please remember to leave your contact email along with your comment. Good luck!
Congrats to Laurie - the winner of this giveaway
Be sure to visit Tree Classics on facebook, twitter, and pinterest. Check out Tree Classics website to view their range of holiday offerings as well.
Disclosure: Thanks so much to Tree Classics for providing me with my own set of cinnamon scentsicles for review. As part of Tree Classics 40th anniversary Christmas campaign I am eligible to win prizes. All opinions are my own.