The legend of the Krampus dates back centuries, originating as a German Christmas tradition during the 12th century. Beginning in early December, the children of Germany would begin to hear whispers of a dark haired creature bearing horns and fangs, carrying a bundle of birch sticks used to swat naughty children. According to traditional narratives of Alpine folklore, the Krampus would enter the towns, lashing his chains and bells, to capture the bad children in a basket and bring them down to the underworld. The Krampusnacht (Krampus Night) would occur the evening before December 6th (St. Nicholas Day), when the nice German children were rewarded with presents in their boots.I wanted to make this candle special, so first of all....it’s BLACK like your soul! *ahem* It smells like burning Christmas Trees and screaming children. It’s dressed with Black Tourmaline, an Apache Tear, Orange, Cranberries, Fir Tips and Wormwood Blossoms. I only made a few. Sweet dreams kiddos!
(but in all honesty this candle smells delicious. A mixture of Cypress, Cranberry, Orange, Ginger, Star Anise and Wormwood.)
This listing is for one (1) Krampus Candle that is made with all natural soy wax, dressed with an apache tear, black tourmaline, dried orange, cranberries, fir and wormwood blossoms. This candle smells amazing!
You must remove ALL decorations before lighting your candle. If giving as a gift make sure and tell them to do the same. Always burn on a fire safe plate away from pets, children and anything flammable. Trim the wick before each burn and never burn for more than 4 hours at a time.
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