Another wax tart from Vibrant Vinyls! I am still enjoying my order from this brand, and I am trying to space out my use so it will last me a long time. 2018 is the year of semi-frugality in my house, and I'm trying to apply that to everything...and still keep the house pleasantly smelly.
This little turkey was purchased before Christmas, so you may not bring home a gobbler of your own if you buy this one. I mean...you could I guess. I bet she'd make you a turkey if you asked nicely enough. He is cute though, as turkeys go.
When you open this bag you get a sweet, almost smoky scent. Smoky isn't the right word...but neither is sweet. It was crisp and clean, but with a slightly perfumed edge, not unpleasant though it was a surprise. I don't really know what I think of when I imagine the smell of green tea...but I don't think this was it. I did like it, however. And once warmed up, that artificial edge burned away and it was a softly pleasant perfumy. My scent-hating husband actually said, unprompted, that he likes this one. That is a ringing endorsement, yall.
- texture: hard. Super firm. It definitely traveled nicely, and would make a good gift.
- color/appearance: apple-cider/deep rust. Gold and orange glitters dusted across the top
- throw: very good. It throws throughout my house, but is never overpowering or obnoxious.
- cost per ounce: $0.80. I paid $1.50 for six of these little dudes. That is a pretty good value in my opinion.
- repurchase: yes. For sure. But I just checked the website, and they aren't currently in stock. I hope they come back.
If you watch the video carefully, you'll see this wax makes a heart while it waxes. You have to pay attention because of the time lapse, but I thought it was cute. I'm lame that way.
This is melt #2 from Vibrant Vinyls. I think I can say that, so far, I really like this brand. What cracks me up, however, is that I haven't even used the Christmas Tree melts yet! Those were the whole point to my order. What can I say, I am easily distracted.