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Hi everyone. I haven't posted here (actually on the old board) for a very long time - mostly because haven't been pouring for many months. I finally got the itch to start playing again though.

From left, cinnamon buns - oval 3x4; creamy praline pecan - hex 3x4; and grandma's swingin eggnog - round 3x4. I used candlewic 4045H. I'm itching to burn these, they all smell great!

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Thanks for looking!

Kate

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I love your candles. Good choice of scents and colors. I keep switching back and forth between 4045 and 4045H.....I see some difference but am not sure. I am working on an experiment today with the H. I like the price of H. Do you see a difference? They tell me that it is the same, just H is made in this country.....but it is a little different. Donita

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I love your candles. Good choice of scents and colors. I keep switching back and forth between 4045 and 4045H.....I see some difference but am not sure. I am working on an experiment today with the H. I like the price of H. Do you see a difference? They tell me that it is the same, just H is made in this country.....but it is a little different. Donita

I've always used the H, so I'm not much help. I think it's very versatile - I do both mottled and frosty rustics with it, so I just never bothered to try anything else. I'd be very interested in what you come up with in your testing though.

And thank you everyone for your kind words. It's been so long since I've done anything, it's nice to know I haven’t completely forgotten how!

Kate

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