Scentsy in the Garden

If you haven't heard of it, you're asking 'What is Scentsy?' I'll tell you what it is. Scentsy is a product line of warmers and scents. They make your house feel homey!  Here is Scentsy's story:

Scentsy began with a simple idea—a safe, wickless alternative to scented candles—and quickly grew into one of the most successful direct selling companies. This wickless concept was born when two stay-at-home moms began selling decorative warmers designed to melt scented wax with the heat of a light bulb instead of a traditional wick and flame. Read more...

My daughter has decided to become a Scentsy Representative. And because the Garden is all about relaxing and enjoyment I've agreed to do a 'online' garden Scentsy party. And you're All invited.

The only drawback is you can't smell the scents from the Garden. As you browse close your eyes and use your imagination. The Jumpin' Jelly Bean (scent of the month) is exactly how it sounds.

Here are few warmers:
Warmer of the month: Dotty’s sunny yellow glossy finish and white polka dots are bright and cheerful. The ruffled warmer dish adds a frilly accent like the trumpet on a daffodil. ($3.00 off)

Patriot Warmers:

Team Spirit Warmers

In time for Easter! Scentsy Buddy
Sweet and soft, Lenny the Lamb is 5.5” wide, 9.5” tall when seated, and 15.5” tall from head to toe. He comes alive with fragrance when you place a Scent Pak in the zippered pocket in his back.

To check out product or to order from Mary's online garden party Click Here! The party will be open for orders through March 31, 2011.

You can have it shipped to your home, just follow the instructions. I have a warmer in almost every room, I love them! Thank you!


Anonymous said…
Hi, Mary!
When does this party close? Hubby doesn't get paid until later in the week and I'd love to order a few things.
Mary Martinez said…
Hi Kimberly,
Thank you for pointing that out. I meant to put that it closes at the end of March.

I love scentsy, I have some going in my office right now.
Thank you!

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