Sleigh Ride • Winter Wonderland Soy Candle (Ready Made)


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This beautiful little clear votive features a winter wonderland painted scene complete with snowman. Perfect for home or gift and comes in a presentation box.

Fragrance: Sleigh Ride

A combination of warm Citrus notes with Peppermint and Cloves, the Sleigh Ride scent is fresh, Minty and warm all at the same time - just like a real sleigh ride through the snow under a big cosy blanket.

Top Notes:Orange

Middle Notes: green apple

Base Notes: peppermint, cloves.

Once the candle burns down simply wash away any remaining wax and refill, reuse or repurpose.

Hand wash only in warm soapy water.

Jar Volume: 210ml. 

Wax Volume:170g

Approx. burn time: 25+hrs

This candle is Ready Made and is Ready To Ship

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PLEASE NOTE: *product photo may differ from actual item in terms of colour due to lighting, manufacturing details like hand painted designs or varied finishes which give each piece a one-of-a-kind look.

  • All Stevie Buoy Ready Made Candles are loving hand poured

    Every Ready Made Candle is fully cured for a minimum of 7 days.

    1. Available with your choice from a selection of my Premium Fragrances.
    2. My candles are made from an all Australian premium 100% natural soy wax.
    3. Free from palm, paraffin & synthetic additives.
    4. Vegan friendly.
    5. All thoroughly tested.
    6. Strong hot & cold scent throw.
    7. Core-free 100% cotton wick.
    8. Gorgeous creamy finish and clean burn.
    9. Proudly hand made in Western Australia
  • For more information about my fragrance range CLICK HERE

  • Everything you need to know to get the best out of your Stevie Buoy candles

    can be found in my TIPS & SAFTEY GUIDE. Please read thoroughly before using any Stevie Buoy products.

    To download a free copy of my Candle Care & Tips guide CLICK HERE.

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