How Bazaar: Gifts for craft-lovers

By LIZ PELLY  |  December 4, 2012

 

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WITCH CITY WICKS:: witchcitywicks.com :: Based in Salem, MA, Witch City Wicks make the strongest-scented candles I've ever smelled — so potent their fragrant oils can fill a room even unlit. Made in small batches with all-natural soy wax, their candles offer signature scents ranging from vanilla and lavender to cinnamon sticks and Egyptian amber. Their holiday line includes gingerbread, amaretto eggnog, blue spruce, and more. Prices range from $2 votives to $16 8 oz. glass jars.

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