|Cranberry Apple Spice Vedge Candle|
My obsession with Weck Jars began a year ago. I was in this horrible slump. I really wanted to write, create, and work on this blog. I just didn't know where to start. My husband had checked out this cookbook, Super Natural Every Day: Well-Loved Recipes from My Natural Foods Kitchen, from the library by Heidi Swanson of 101 Cookbooks to inspire me. The cookbook has a lovely photo of pantry food in Weck Jars. I was smitten. The problem was I didn't know where these cute vintage jars came from. Then I saw them on Gluten Free on a Shoe String and again in Martha Stewart Living. I can't quit explain my obsession. Maybe because they hearken back to days of my childhood watching my grandma canning stewed tomatoes and green beans. Perhaps it is their timeless and green appeal (they're reusable.) Shortly after I started actively blogging and tweeting a funky candle company,Vedge Candle, started following me on Twitter.
|Cinnamon Sticks Vedge Candle|
The Vedge Candle company is based out of Washington State on the shores of the Puget Sound. Inspired by the natural beauty of this area their candles are eco-conscious and the lovely jars can be re-purposed long after the candle has been enjoyed. Vedge Candle you had me at "hello."
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Disclosure: I received two candles to product test at no charge from Vedge Candle and have not been monetarily compensated for this product review.