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Meersperle

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Helloooo,

 

finally i found a board, where people talk about Candles <3

I am really addicted with scented candles! I started with Yankee Candles(loving the tarts) and am now exploring other brands.

But thats not so easy in Germany! :(

 

I hope i will find some new lovely Candles here :)

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Helloooo,

 

finally i found a board, where people talk about Candles <3

I am really addicted with scented candles! I started with Yankee Candles(loving the tarts) and am now exploring other brands.

But thats not so easy in Germany! :(

 

I hope i will find some new lovely Candles here :)

 

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:hello: Meersperle - glad you've joined us! [smilie=th_blij31-1] There was a lovely woman from Austria on here a while ago and she had a difficult time finding candles & tarts, too. There's lots of vendors on here for you to read about and maybe discover some that ship to Germany. I hope you have fun! [smilie=th_clap1]

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Thank yooouuuuu :)

 

ooh yes a few ones ship to europe...but the Shipping is SO expensive. Sometimes like 3-4 Tarts Shipping 9-10$

 

Its SO sad...not even Yankee Candle have all scents to sell in Europe. And those Sales i can dream of. the best offer is like...50cents less for a Tart..

 

I think here its more common to use those liquid scents with those wood pins(?)... i dont like them..

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I believe the english term is 'oil diffuser' or Yankee Candle's website calls them 'reed diffusers'. The wooden sticks are called reeds. Which is silly, now that I think of it. The sticks are not made from reed plants! One of my sisters has those in her room because she's too young for a tart warmer or candles right now.

 

I seem to recall a lot of UK Yankee Candle fans talking about a website called yankee doodle, but I don't know much about it, other than that some people got great deals from the site? Shipping might be a little less.

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I believe the english term is 'oil diffuser' or Yankee Candle's website calls them 'reed diffusers'. The wooden sticks are called reeds. Which is silly, now that I think of it. The sticks are not made from reed plants! One of my sisters has those in her room because she's too young for a tart warmer or candles right now.

 

I seem to recall a lot of UK Yankee Candle fans talking about a website called yankee doodle, but I don't know much about it, other than that some people got great deals from the site? Shipping might be a little less.

 

 

aaah yes..oil diffuser!

Yankee doodle is the same as the german yankeecandle hp.

 

But thanks :)

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