Christmas Cookie is one of those returning holiday fragrances that gets rave reviews. I was happy to find one of these wax melts lurking in one of my melt boxes, so I quickly pulled it out to get it ready to melt.
One thing I noticed is that things haven’t changed much as far as looks. The label was still pretty much the same for this scallop wax melt – it showed a colorful green plate full of decorated sugar cookies and there was a glimpse of a glass of milk to the side. This was melt was an ivory color. I did not get much of a cold sniff on this wax melt, which was disappointing. I was thinking perhaps I had kept this little gem just a little too long.
The irresistible aroma of freshly baked Christmas cookies is as much a part of the holidays as the twinkling lights on the tree and the stockings hung by the chimney with care. No holiday would seem complete without nibbling on some of these homemade delights. You’ll find every delicious note in the buttery rich, vanilla scent of this memorable fragrance.
I melted this wax melt in a medium sized room with a bulb melter (40W bulb in place). I left the room for approximately 30 minutes to return to a sweet, slightly buttery, cookie scent. It filled the room easily and was good enough to make my mouth water. Mmmm – cookies! This scent lasted several hours in my melter before I decided to change it out. A definite repurchase for me. I already have this scent in a jar candle and can’t wait to burn it!
Happy candle burning ~