The Ghost Glows in the Dark!
I've spent a lot of time on this candle. The tree and the glow in the dark ghost were both specially made for me. It took months collecting all the pieces, I wanted it to be perfect. The photos do it zero justice. It's one of my favorites out of all the candles I made for Halloween this year. If you know anything about me, you know that I LOVE vintage Halloween, so I chose some of my favorite illustrations for this piece. It's decorated with putka pods, moss, a Halloween tree, a gravestone, a raven, a glow in the dark ghost, the skull of a poor chap, carnelian, tigers eye and obsidian crystals. And even though this candle looks spooky, it smells delicious! Warm apple and pumpkin pie with just a hint of fallen leaves. It makes my house smell divine!
One of my favorite memories as a child was the graveyard behind my house. Me and my grampie would walk the railroad tracks behind the graveyard almost every day and I always felt so safe with him next to me. He never spoke much, but we communicated in different ways. The twinkle in his eyes and the rare smile that graced his lips spoke volumes. When I got older I would ride my bike through the graveyard with friends. It was especially fun when it started getting late and we would dare each other to stay out as late as we could. All it took was an acorn falling from a tree to set our wheels on fire! There is something so special about graveyards, besides the obvious. There is an energy there that puts things into prospective very fast.
This listing is for one Haunted Graveyard candle.
You must remove all decorations before lighting your candle. Always burn on a fire safe plate away from pets, children and anything flammable. Trim your wick before each light and do not burn your candle for more than 4 hours at a time.