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23 January 2016

Willow and Honey Candle Collection (PLUS Your Chance to Win!)


With Valentine's Day fast approaching it's time to seek out unique and beautiful gifts for your loved one and this new luxury candle collection may be the ideal treat this February. 
Handmade in the heart of the English countryside Willow and Honey is a luxury home fragrance brand designed to breathe a daily dose of serenity into every home.  Founded and run by two sisters, born out of love and a desire to create beautiful products with unique vegan and vegetarian fragrance oil combinations inspired by nature.


This elegant trio of soy candles features three fruity fragrances - Sweet Orange & Chilli, French Pear & Freesia and Fig & Cassis. Each is 60g in size with a burn time of around 15 hours so they will last for your romantic evening meal and far beyond. The candles can be burnt individually or together for a wonderful blended scent and being white they will match most interiors well if used for decorative purposes.




The fruity gift box costs £30 and can be purchased via the website.
www.willowandhoney.co.uk




For your chance to WIN a Fruity Mini Soy Candle Collection you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 11th February 2016.

Leaving a comment is compulsory but there are additional entry methods available also.

Good luck!






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  1. It would have a fruity scent, i love fruit smells more then flowers.

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  2. Most definitely Frangipani, to take me back to the times I've been lucky enough to visit Fiji.

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  3. something like home made cookies!

    Ashleigh

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  4. Cinnamon is my favourite scent. :)

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  5. Star of Bethlehem

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  6. roast dinner. I love that smell

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  7. Paula Readings23/01/2016, 13:07

    I would have the scent of a Bahamas holiday.

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  8. I love coconut and macadamia and shea butter reminds me of the beach :)

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  9. I would like it to smell like winter morning zooflora

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  10. Rose - I love the smell of roses.

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  11. Lavender and clary sage - I love relaxing scents

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  12. i would make one that had a chocolate orange scent

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  13. I would love a candle that smelt like the air just before a thunder storm. I love that smell!

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  14. It would smell of the forest

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  15. Ylang ylang <3
    oooh but love Tammy's answer!

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  16. Pineapple & coconut would be delicious! :)

    Jen xx
    www.kitsch-n-sync.com

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  17. Jayne Wilson23/01/2016, 18:13

    The smell of freshly washed baby

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  18. Earl grey and lemon

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  19. Fresh Bread, love the smell x

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  20. Something exotic like Coconut & pineapple

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  21. The smell of my Grandma's chicken curry, I think it would make me hungry all the time though!

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  22. The smell of coconut and holidays

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  23. white chocolate - leanne w

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  24. sharon martin23/01/2016, 19:36

    raspberry

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  25. Jelly babies and chocolate

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  26. I think maybe Honeysuckle and Rose.

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  27. A coffee scent would be lovely!

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  28. filter coffee (sorry i left my name as filter coffee on the Gleam widget)

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  29. I would love a candle that smells of roast beef and yorkshire puddings

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  30. Parma violets 💖💖💖

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  31. Fish and chips in newspaper

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  32. Lavender and sage together

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  33. Raspberry & Passion Fruit

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  34. Something with Cinnamon in I think!

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  35. carolyn joyce23/01/2016, 23:13

    honeysuckle and white jasmine

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  36. Pear and freesia sounds divine!

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  37. Lynsey Buchanan24/01/2016, 06:33

    Jasmine Flowers

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  38. Apple and cinnamon, so it smells like apple pie. :)

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  39. Freshly Mown Grass
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  40. chocolate fudge brownie x

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  41. I would have Lavender and Oak ^_^

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  42. Freesia, it was my Mums favourite flower and they smell gorgeous

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  43. the smell of freshly baked bread.

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  44. Candy ( When you walk into a sweet shop that's full of sticks of rock and other sweets and you can smell all the sweet Candy mixed together it smells lovely)

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  45. Kathleen Bell24/01/2016, 10:33

    Oranges and lemons, I love citrus smells.

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  46. CK One with a dash of Diesel Zero Plus Masculine (a lovely combination that I think would make a nice aroma for a candle)

    ~ Anthony G

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  47. It would be passionfruit and mango!

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  48. The banana-scent of Amoxycillin!

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  49. I love the spiced winter smells the best so definitely something along those lines!

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  50. I absolutely adore the smell of vanilla and cinnamon. One combined would smell amazing.

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  51. Jodie Darnley24/01/2016, 12:43

    honey and lemon

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  52. Margaret Clarkson
    Honeysuckle

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  53. My candle would be one that helped to clear your sinuses while making your home smell great. Something like patchouli and menthol! Really different but there you go!

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  54. love fruity smelling candles

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  55. Louise Smith24/01/2016, 14:52

    Suntan lotion

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  56. jean paul gautier for women scented candle would be amazing CHERYL HADFIELD

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  57. Peanut butter, maybe a chocolate whiff in there too!

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  58. Cherry vanilla or something with coconut

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  59. Anything sweet, like sweets :)

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  60. the smell of spring air

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  61. Claire Elizabeth Noke24/01/2016, 20:57

    Pea Pods !! :) Mmmmmmm.......

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  62. Vanilla and cacao .... YUMMMMMM

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  63. I love fruity scents so strawberry and lime would be lovely.

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  64. helen tovell24/01/2016, 21:54

    Christmas tree and tangerine

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  65. Lemon thyme, lime and cucumber would be lovely.

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  66. Bergamot and pear!

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  67. Vanilla and strawberry <3 Yumm xx

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  68. Lemon Meringue pie yummy and refreshing

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  69. id like a orange and jasmine scented smell

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  70. Coconut! It always reminds me of Holidays in the Sun!

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  71. If I could create a candle it would be the scent of vanilla and christmas spices

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  72. Chocolate or vanilla would love

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  73. Newborn baby smell

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  74. Rose and cardamom for me - it's a lovely combination of scents!

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  75. Maria Rogers25/01/2016, 10:10

    CLEAN BABY SMELL

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  76. A full english breakfast candle :)

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  77. Samantha walker25/01/2016, 11:45

    Fresh baked brownies

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  78. That smell of freshly mown grass in Spring :)

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  79. Freshly baked bread!

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  80. random i know but i think licorice would make a nice scent!

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  81. A mix of dark chocolate and coconut xxx

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  82. CARDAMOM I love the smell of cardamom

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  83. Cornish Sea Side

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  84. I would love the smell of Home Baking,I can still remember going home after school and opening the door to the beautiful aroma of cakes baking,just wonderful x

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  85. Cap guns and cherry pie

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  86. apple and cinnamon - simple but smells lovely :D

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  87. Vanilla lavender smells so fresh

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  88. Vanilla & Chocolate - I'm using 2 separate candle for the effect at the moment :)

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  89. cranberry would be lovely

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  90. Ruby Spiteri26/01/2016, 17:48

    cookies and cream x

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  91. Freesia, I just love the smell of these flowers

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