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Kick Up Your Holiday With Candice Olson and Febreze!

Recently I was given an amazing opportunity to interview design professional Candice Olson, who has teamed up with Febreze to kick up your Holiday decor. Now if you think this name sounds familiar you might be right. Candice has a top rated television show called "Divine Design" that ran for 9 years and 215 episodes that quickly became a go to source for interior design. Unfortunately this year I have a job that keeps me away from home during the day but she was amazing enough to record my questions for you my readers. Please take time to watch her amazing tips and tricks to take your holiday season to a whole new level!

I really hope you guys have enjoyed this video as much as I have! I cannot wait for Christmas, the scents and sights are now filling my house. Now all I need is for the day to come to share that joy with my family. To see more of Candice's tips make sure to head HERE. Make sure you don't miss out on the chance to fill your home with the seasonal scents by Febreze. They are available now at your local store. You can also below on the rafflecopter for a chance to win a great prize package from Febreze.
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**Compensation was received for this post. All views expressed are those of my own and were in no way influenced. Thank you Febreze for this opportunity**


That is so cool that she did a video for you! I enjoyed it!
I am horrible when it comes to decorating, never would have though about using items to reflect the things already in the room. I love the display she had on the table. Lucky for me I am heading to Walmart today so I can grab some of the Febreeze holiday items!
Mellissa Hanks said…
I never would have either lol I'm so glad to learn all these.
Jessica Hager said…
I learned hat Febreze has scents that matc the holidays.
Julia Potvin said…
I learned about the new scents for the Holidays, I love scents that make the house smell great this time of year. The house is closed up tight and with animals I need the help to make the house smell great it makes it feel cozier, also learnt how to make my displays have more impact...thanks great review!

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