Sunday, January 11, 2015

Not a Teapot for Tea

 While visiting daughter Melissa this weekend I found a
"teapot" in a Sentsy Catalog she received from a friend. 
Well, not a teapot for tea, but it's a Scentsy Warmer
in the shape of a pretty teapot.
Are you familiar with Scentsy products? 
The warmer uses a low-watt bulb to melt a specially
formulated scented wax. 
It is a wickless, flameless way to scent a room in your home.
 
I am very, very allergic to many scents and would not use
it for scents, but it is a cute lighted teapot decoration. 
We all know that I have a "thing" for teapot décor. 
And, it is cute!

I am not compensated for this post. 
I just thought I would share my "discovery" with tea friends.

5 comments:

Kamyria said...

Although not very often, I only scent the rooms in my house with incense... I simply love the act of lighting them up and long after they are done burning, the lingering aroma is simply lovely. I have to admit though, the teapot is very cute. Enjoy even if just for the decoration :)

Sylvia Cannon said...

Linda, my daughter gave me this very "teapot" for Christmas along with the Scentsy wax "peony" and I love it. I blogged about it last week. It is good used as a night light also.

Angela McRae said...

I learned about Scentsy on a trip to Green Bay to visit my stepdaughter's family a few months ago. I was reading in a woman's magazine about the wife of Jordy Nelson, who plays for the Packers (a fine young man, apparently), and the article mentioned that his wife sells Scentsy and loves their products. I saw that same teapot on some website last week but couldn't figure out where the "scent" goes, so thanks for sharing these photos!

racheld said...

Isn't this sweet? You know how I am about anything "wee" and tea, so this one simply hit the spot.

I've seen it in white on Sylvia's blog, as well, and she's really enjoying hers.

We don't do many scents, but orange and vanilla are always somewhere in the house.

Hope you're staying well and warm!

rachel

Joy said...

So cute! That would make a great nightlight or table decoration even without the scent. I will check it out. Thanks for writing about it.

 

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