If you’re a child born of the 80s, as we are, there was always a Saturday morning ritual that you followed.

You got up around 7 or 8am (didn’t matter that it wasn’t a school day), and turned on the TV for your favorite cartoons. Maybe it was The Smurfs or Rainbow Brite, or maybe Gummi Bears was your thing, whichever your preference or channel, one thing remained the same: breakfast.

You got out your bowl and your favorite box of sugary fruity cereal and ate it in front of the television while reading the back of the box endlessly, as if new information magically sprouted there from the last time you read it. This would go on every Saturday way until your teenage years.

Reminiscent of those days, we created Saturday Morning Cartoons, our take on that Saturday morning cereal ritual. Just like those classic fruit loops you loved as a kid, the scent has notes of lemon rinds, lime, and grapefruit, blended wonderfully with lily, verbena, and vanilla sugar, with just a hint of berry.

Who remembers waiting for Saved by the Bell to come on after your 3 hour cartoon block was over? Those were the days…

*Pair this candle with the Saturday Morning Cartoons Pick-Me-Up Refresher & Reed Diffuser!*

$19.00

Product Description

Perfect for all homes, our sleekly designed black candle jars provide no visually irritating or distracting labels on them, giving it a luxe look to present in any room. They arrive in crisp dapper black boxes, ideal for gift giving or simply for yourself.

Scent Throw – Strong

Burn time – 40 – 50 hours

Jar Dimensions – 10 oz – base diameter – 3.1875 inches by 3.375 inches tall – Lidless Black Glossy Glass Container

Please trim your wick ¼ of an inch before each burn!

When lighting your candle be sure to let the top melt into a complete circle before extinguishing. This enhances the scent as well as ensuring an even burn each time.

 

Additional Information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 6 x 6 x 4 in

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