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Feel Festive With Febreze Review and Giveaway

Nothing makes the holidays seems closer then the smells of the season. Obviously we cannot keep the oven cooking 24 hours a day so Febreze has come up with ways to keep your home warm and inviting. The Febreze Holiday Collection is the perfect finishing touch to your holiday home.With six refreshing holiday scents there is sure to be a scent for every home.
Available Scents This Holiday Season
  • Apple Spice & Delight: The warming scent of fresh-baked apples coated with sweet cinnamon (available only online)
  • Cozy Vanilla Sugar: Sweet as notes of vanilla that comfort you like a cocoon of blankets
  • Cranberries and Frost: Rich as ripe cranberries and frost on a white winter’s day
  • Glistening Alpine: As soothing as a tree-lined mountainside glistening with the scent of pine
  • Winter Magic & Glow: Crisp as sunshine-lit icicles in fresh, frosty air
  • Holiday Bloom & Cheer: As cheerful as a chorus of holiday aromas blended with winter blossoms
I was lucky enough to get to try the Cozy Vanilla Sugar. We received one spray, noticeable, candle and plug in. Now I have to say I must be fairly traditional because my favorite was the candle. The warm inviting glow combines with the subtle scent of vanilla to create a warm environment. I have also really enjoyed the spray for those moments when  need a sudden air clean up from a stinky cat situation.Do you have questions about your holidays decorating?? Check out design Specialist Candice Olson HERE for great videos, tips and trick. Febreze want to help make your home warm and inviting with a gift pack of their holiday scents. To enter enter on the rallfecopter below :O)
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NOTE: Febreze® does not represent or warrant the accuracy of any statements or product claims made here, nor does it endorse any opinions expressed within this blogsite.
**The Febreze product, information, and two gift packs have been provided by Febreze**

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