I love candles and I love jewelry! Jackpot Candles is the best of both!
Jackpot Candles are hand-poured candles are made with 100% natural soy and come in a variety of beautiful scents. They offer Banana Nut Bread, Birthday Cake, Blueberry Muffin, Buttery Popcorn, Candy Corn, Caramel Coffee Latte, Cherry Blast, Christmas, Cinnamon Bun, Cinnamon Sensation, Citronella, Cotton Candy, Cucumber Melon, Fresh Squeezed Lemonade, Georgia Peach, Hot Fudge Brownie, Jack Frost, Lavender, Lilac, Limoncello, Mixed Berry, Mountain Mist, Ocean Breeze, Pina Colada, Pumpkin Pie, Salted Caramel, Santa’s Cookie, Suit and Tie, Sweet Pea, Valentines Day Hearts, Vanilla Bourbon, Vanilla Cupcake, Vanilla, Warm Apple Pie, Watermelon and Whiskey Bar. Inside of each Jackpot Candle, there is a foil-wrapped jewelry item that you select that is valued between $15 and $5,000, they give you the option of rings in size 6-9, earrings or a necklace. The candles average for around $24.95 and they also offer tarts with jewelry inside for $15.95.
I received their Warm Apple Pie candle with a size 9 ring inside.
The candle smelled AMAZING! Reminds me of when I was a kid and my mom would make apple pies every fall. It burns consistently and after a few hours of burning, I was able to see the foil that contained the ring poking through.
The ring is simply stunning! It’s a beautiful heart-shaped ring that fits me well. I appraised in on their website and it says its valued at $35. I think the ring is beautiful and a great value considering the price of the candles. I have worn the ring a few times and received nothing but compliments, I still have the candle after burning it for a few months and it still smells amazing and burns consistently. Jackpot Candles does offer some tips to make your candles burn better and last long. I am completely hooked on Jackpot Candles and plan to buy more soon!
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