Home Decor Print & Beautiful Candles - Handmade in the Heartland

Home Decor Print & Beautiful Candles

Decorate your shelves with gorgeous heritage collection candles from Chesapeake Bay Candle Company and this free "home is wherever I'm with you" printable! This post is sponsored by my friends at Chesapeake Bay Candles, thank you for supporting the brands that support Handmade in the Heartland. 
What are your favorite scents? I've always leaned toward fresh clean smelling things like citrus, fruity florals and anything that smells like fresh laundry. Scent is kind of a funny thing; it amazes me how much it can change my mood. I love the Heritage line from Chesapeake Bay Candle. I was sent Bay Cottage, Wild Lemongrass and White Gardenia and I love them all!

These candles are powerful enough that the scent fills my entire main floor and even a little bit upstairs and downstairs when they are burning. Bay cottage is so fresh and clean smelling, even if my house is a disaster it makes it feel a little more clean! 😂 That doesn't even make sense, but it's true! 
These candles are packaged so beautifully! I love that they have simple clean labeling and a nice wood lid. Perfect for gifting as well as sitting on your shelves with your other decor. As I mentioned I love a good citrus scent to fill my home and the wild lemongrass smells wonderful! 
I created this cute little printable for you to add to your home. "Home is wherever I'm with you" is so true for me. I do love my actual house but if I had to give it up I would be fine as long as I had my husband and kiddos by my side. Because the feeling of home, warmth, security and comfort is wrapped up in our family, not four walls. 
You can download the printable by clicking HERE
What is your favorite scent from the Heritage Collection? I'd love to know in the comments tag me on instagram (@handmadeintheheartland) or facebook and if you use the printable please share photo with me! It literally makes my day when I see you using things from the blog! 

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