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December 19, 2010

6 days until christmas | illume monogram votive candles

I have a candle collection almost large enough to rival my lip balm collection. From chunky jars of traditional apple spice candles to funky jars of goji berry-scented candles, my candle collection tends to clutter my nightstands, bookcase and bathroom counter. I’ve managed to pare down my collection a bit by burning them more (and storing out-of-season scents), but one small, cute candle that adorns my bathroom vanity — right next to my cosmetics — is Illume’s Monogram K Votive Candle.

Illume Monogram K Votive Candle

{I like the flirty font of my Illume Monogram K Candle. Photo Courtesy Illume}

My Illume Monogram K candle smells of red cedar with hints of mandarin and vanilla — an interesting mix, and not one I would have readily chosen myself had my initial not be all over this candle. These sweet votives would make a perfect stocking stuffer, hostess gift or special treat for your own home office or vanity. At $10 a pop and 20 hours burn time, it’s a budget-friendly purchase that you can reuse once the candle wax burns away; keep the votive as a tealight holder, or store cute little decorative items in it, such as buttons, rings, charms or anything else small enough to fit inside this shot glass-sized jar.

If you’re lucky enough to have a short name or nickname, stock up on a few of these candles and spell out your name to add a little personality to your workspace, bathroom or wherever you choose to display your Illume Monogram Votive Candles.

Illume Monogram K CandleIllume Monogram I CandleIllume Monogram M Candle

If you want to get some of these cute candles for this holiday season, hurry! The final day for 2-day shipping is this Wednesday, December 22 at 12 noon CST.

Do you have any monogrammed items? What do you think of this inexpensive option for monogramming and adding a personal touch in your home? Leave me a comment and let me know!

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