Friday, November 1, 2013

Febreze Review and Giveaway

Now that Halloween is over, it's time to dive right into the holidays! Thanksgiving is approaching, and soon after that we'll have Christmas and New Years Eve.  Although I don't celebrate Christmas, I've always loved it.  I truly enjoy the Christmas cookies, lights and trees, and of course the general holiday cheer and enthusiasm.  Certain scents may evoke past holiday memories such as your grandma's cranberry pie baking in the oven, or the scent of your Christmas tree.  Whatever holiday memories you make this year, make sure scent is strongly tied to them.



Febreze is a brand of household odor eliminator.  It was first introduced in 1998 and manufactured only as an odor eliminator. The line has since branched out to include air fresheners, fabric refreshers, oil plug-in's, scented discs, odor eliminating candles, and car air fresheners. The plug in's and candles come in many fabulous scents perfect for the fall such as falling leaves, cranberry cider, and apple and spice.  If you're planning ahead for the winter, why not delight your nose with scents such as winter frost and glistening pine?  There are many other scents that work all year round.  Putting a Febreze candle or oil plug-in in your home will make it a warm and cozy haven for all.  

I first remember seeing and using Febreze at my grandma's house years and years ago.  I recall spraying it on my sneakers after a day at the park.  The odor was eliminated instantly and a refreshing, clean smell was left.  I thought this is one product that really works! I like how the brand has really grown and many more products are in the collection now for consumers to enjoy.

I was fortunate enough to receive a package from Febreze containing some holiday scented products.  The package contained a scented oil warmer with the scents of apple cider and cranberry frost. There was also a Febreze Set and Refresh in the scent of cranberry cider. Lastly, an adorable pop up book was in the box featuring different rooms of a home and explaining what scented Febreze products would fit best.  
An example of one page from the book. 


With cranberry frost and apple cider scented products in tow, your house will be ready for the holidays before you know it!


When I received this package, I was very excited.  There's nothing like the smell of the holidays, and there's no reason why you can't start bringing a little holiday cheer into your home early!  

Since I love to cook and bake, I wanted to put the oil plug in in my kitchen. I liked the idea of bringing warmth and coziness into a place that's already filled with a lot of love.  Everyone always gravitates to the kitchen when visiting people's homes.  The unit was very easy to install.  All I did was plug the unit into the wall and put one of the oil cartridges into the unit.  I chose apple cider since Thanksgiving is approaching and it seemed fitting.  Not long after, the gentle scent of apple goodness floated from my kitchen and enveloped itself into the rooms nearby. The scent was extremely pleasant. not too strong but strong enough to be known. Apple cider is perfect for fall, but carries into the winter beautifully.  It made want to bake a pie, which is dangerous for my thighs.  I look forward to changing out the scent for the cranberry frost when winter is near.  I think it'll be the perfect way to introduce winter in scent style.  

The Febreze Set and Refresh is perfect for putting on a table, desk, or counter.  A small scented cartridge pops up and the scent is blanketed around the room.  I am going to bring it to work on Monday to put on my desk.  The scent is powerful and you can instantly smell it once the cartridge is popped up.  I'm in my own office, so nobody will be potentially bothered by it. The scent of cranberry cider is an interesting combination that really works well together.  I absolutely love it and can't wait for my office to smell like the inside of a bakery! I know my coworkers will be popping in and out to take a big whiff too. :)

I'm very excited to welcome the holidays with these Febreze products.  The only thing missing now is the actual holidays themselves! I cannot wait.  

*DISCLOSURE* This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Febreze.  All thoughts are my own. 








176 comments:

  1. Peppermint is my fave!! myamurphy@mail.com

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  2. Pine due to the smell of christmas trees.

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  3. Cinnamon reminds me of the holidays

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  4. I love the scent of pine and cedar - reminds me of christmas

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  5. Pine reminds me of Christmas and Christmas trees.

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  7. Mine is cranberry because I make a lot of home made cranberry sauces during the holidays.

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  8. Sugar Cookie because it reminds me of my Mum cooking for Christmas

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  9. Peppermint reminds me of the Holidays and the candy canes I will eat lol :)

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  10. I like cinnamon since it reminds me of holiday baking

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  11. the scent of gingerbread cookies. we bake a lot of cookies during the holidays

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  12. Peppermint is wonderful - also cinnamon and gingerbread. These are all related to foods and well known treats of the season

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  13. Cinnamon always reminds me of Christmas

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  14. balsam fir is my favorite - it reminds me of cutting trees when I was little and having a fresh tree at Christmas time.

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  15. I like the smell of fresh baked bread.

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  16. Pumpkin and cranberry remind me of the holidays and baking!
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  17. Pine reminds me of the holidays because I remember when I was a kid we use to cut down our Christmas tree. Can remember the smell of pine on the ride home.

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  18. Cinnamon is my favorite holiday scents. Reminds me of Santa and Christmas.

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  19. Cinnamon reminds me of Santa and Christmas and momma's cinnamon roles on Thanksgiving.

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  20. My favorite holiday scents are pine and apple cinnamon. I love the smell of Christmas trees and the baking all season long.

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  21. Vanilla reminds me of the holidays.

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  22. Marshmellows reminds me of the holidays because my mom makes sweet potato casserole every year

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  23. The smell of a wood, heating stove. My Mamaw had one and before she got sick, we always enjoyed Thanksgiving and Christmas at her home. Such fond memories.

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  24. Vanilla reminds me of my grandma's house.

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  25. all the xmas stuff in the stores because that is the first sign

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  26. peppermint always reminds me of colder times for some reason.

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  27. the smell of pine or wet pavement reminds me of the holidays because is usually rainy and xmas trees .

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  28. Pine because it smells like Christmas trees.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  29. The scent of pine reminds me of the holidays.

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  30. Pine and cinnamon remind me of the holidays.

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  31. I am a fan of Pine scented candle to remind you of the trees.

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  32. cinnamon I love it and it makes me recall my gr. grandmother baking

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  33. Apple cinnamon reminds of the holidays because everyone uses cinnamon in some of their holiday baking.

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  34. I like the cinnamon smell. It reminds me of holiday baking.

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  35. I love the smell of cinnamon and gingerbread! It reminds me of baking for Christmas. Thanks for the chance! :)

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  36. The smell of apples and cinnamon remind me of the holidays. I think it is because that is usually when we have homemade apple pies!

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  37. The scent of cinnamon reminds me of the holidays. I brings back memories of my childhood.

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  38. Peppermint reminds me of the holidays and is my favorite.

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  39. Cinnamon scent reminds me of Christmas holidays!
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    Fiona N

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  40. either Pine or Peppermint.. those remind me of Christmas.

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  41. apple pie because it is my favorite thing for Thanksgiving and I look forward to it all year long.

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  42. Apple cinnamon is m fave holiday scent.

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  43. Sugar Cookies reminds me of the Holidays

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  44. Spiced apple is my favorite holiday scent. Not sure why. Some pine scents are great too.

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  45. The scent of pine needles is Christmas for me.

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  46. Cinnamon and Apple reminds me of the Holidays!

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  47. The smell of pine reminds me of the holidays.

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  48. The smell of molasses cookies baking in the oven. Their spicy, sweet smell always puts me in the holiday mood.

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  49. I like the smell of northern pine or douglas fir because it reminds me of Christmas trees and pumpkin spice because it reminds me of Thanksgiving

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  50. The smell of a hot cocoa reminds me of the holidays!

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  51. Pine tree scent reminds me of the holidays Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

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  52. I think the smell of anise reminds me of the holidays because we always make anise cookies and they smell so good they fill the house with such a good smell

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  53. I love the winter febreeze scents!

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  54. Pine reminds me of getting our tree when I was a child.

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  55. The pine scent. Reminds you of christmas time

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  56. I love when they fill the house with such a good smell

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  57. Sugar Cookie since would be a good smell

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  58. Cinnamon reminds me of the holidays

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  59. Pine does because we used to always have a fresh tree, so now I burn pine since we have an artificial tree.

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  60. Pine- it reminds me of my tree.
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  61. Apple-cinnamon reminds me of the holidays. I think it reminds me of all the great cooking around Christmas.

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  62. Warm vanilla sugar always reminds me cold winter days!

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  63. I love the smell of pine. Growing up, we would harvest our Christmas trees out of our yard every year.

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  64. i would say vanilla

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  65. Cinnamon definitely reminds me of the holidays. So does cranberry!

    Maureen
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  66. Turkey.. I know weird smell to associate sort of. my grandmother always starts thanksgiving dinner really early, and I can't imagine not waking up to the smell of it already in the air.

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  67. pine trees or cinnamon or pumpkin or peppermint, those are the scents that remind me of the holidays along with gingerbread! (alisa)

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  68. Cinnamon always reminds me of the holidays, reminds me of baking, goodies, etc.

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  69. Cinnamon is definitely the one, but not because of baking since I'm too lazy for that. It's because when you walk into the grocery store at this time of year, they've got those cinnamon brooms out and they smell fantastic.

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  70. Pine is the scent that reminds me of the fresh cut Christmas tree we always have. Thanks

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  71. i like pumpkin spice. it always smells like the holidays to me.

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  72. the scent of pumpkin pie because i love pumpkin pie

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  73. Cinnamon. It reminds me of cooking for the holidays.

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  74. Pine reminds me of a Christmas Tree.

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  75. The scents of gingerbread and pine bring back childhood memories of baking with my mother and decorating the Christmas tree.

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  76. It would have to be the smell of pine trees

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  77. evergreen--fresh tree

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  78. I'd say both cinnamon and vanilla remind me of baking Christmas cookies!

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  79. Cinnamon because it reminds me of scents we always put out for Christmas time

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  80. Bayberry was a scent I grew up with. My mom used to have a lot of bayberry candles. I don't see it too often anymore.

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  81. vanilla because it reminds me of the smells of cooking.

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  82. The scent of pine needles reminds me of Christmas.

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  83. The gain one is my favorite

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  84. cinnamon and vanilla because they remind me of making cakes, cookies and pies!

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  85. Vanilla is my scent of the season because of sugar cookies made from it.

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  86. The sent of pine reminds me of Christmas because of the Christmas tree.

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  87. Apple cider always reminds of crisp fall days raking leaves.

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  88. Apple cider always reminds me of crisp fall days raking up leaves.

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  89. Apple cinnamon scent from cookies!

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  90. The scent of evergreens makes me think of Christmas because my family always had real trees for decorating. We'd go out to a street lot to pick one out and haul it home on top of the car. The whole house would smell of pine and it just says Christmas to me.

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  91. Peppermint - candy canes and pumpkin pie...family togetherness

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  92. Apple cider reminds me of Christmas, and drinking hot apple cider all together.

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  93. I love the smell of cinnamon, reminds me of when my mom baked growing up.

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  94. peppermint cookies reminds me of my family

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  95. it would be pine it reminds me of a fresh tree

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  96. I think the scent of balsam reminds me of my Dad bringing in the fresh Christmas tree for us to decorate so when I smell that scent, I think of that.

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  97. Usually pine because it reminds me of christmas trees

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  98. Pine because it smells like Christmas trees.

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  99. Oranges - because my grandma used to always make an orange ambrosia for Christmas

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  100. Glistening Pine reminds me of the holidays, it smells like a Christmas tree.
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  101. pine from the xmas tree - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  102. melissaandkeith millerNovember 13, 2013 at 7:49 PM

    pumpkin bread

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  103. Pumpkin Spice always reminds me of the fall/winter. I just love it! Cinnamon is another one that reminds me of the holidays.

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  104. Cinnamon - they always bring all the cinnamon scented pinecones out at that time of year
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  105. Cinnamon-especially the scented pine cones so perfectly placed around the doors at super markets and craft stores! Also, the scent of spiked egg nog!

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  106. Pine reminds me of Christmas trees

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  107. Cinnamon reminds me of Christmas.

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  108. Pine always reminds me of the holidays; Pine spray always comes out during this time of year and we always used it when I was a kid

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  109. Apple and spice reminds of the the holidays. I'm not really sure why, though.

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  110. Sugar Cookie reminds me of all the cooking my family as done in past :)

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  111. Peppermint reminds me of christmas because of my family.

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  112. No fancy scents just christmas trees and peppermint

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  113. Pumpkin, cinnamon, apple! I love them all! ~ Katrina fulfam@hotmail.com

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  114. Pine because it smells like a Christmas tree, even though I always use an artificial one.

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  115. spiced cranberry!
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  116. I would say anything apple scented because of my mom's apple pies she makes around the holidays.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  117. The apple cider scent will remind me of apple pies baked for holiday meals, just out of the oven with vanilla ice cream on top... yum! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  118. Definitely cinnamon because it reminds me of cinnamon rolls that we have for breakfast every Christmas morning.

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  119. I love apple cinnamon and pumpkin spice during the holidays! reminds of all the baking being done during that time of year!

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  120. Gingerbread reminds me of the holidays.

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  121. Cinnamon reminds me of the holidays because it reminds me of baking Christmas cookies with my mother.

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    Claire Mckeon

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  122. I love the cinnamon scent my mother used to always burn that scent candle at the holidays

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  123. Cinnamon reminds me of the holidays, mostly because of my Mom baking cookies and making cinnamon and pumpkin bread.

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  124. peppermint is a scent that reminds me of the holidays (something as simple as peppermint soap); reminds me of candy canes

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  125. The scents that remind me of the holidays are pine, pumpkin, and vanilla.

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  126. The smell of baking cookies and pies remind me of Christmas.

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  127. cinnamon because we use it in lots of dishes we cook for the Holidays!

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  128. Cranberry reminds me of christmas! Some of my favorite dark red candles are called cranberry frost!
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  129. The smell of pine always reminds me of the holidays, when we used to get fresh trees for our Xmas tree.
    Julie Hawkins

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  130. Cinnamon on pine cones. When the stores start to carry those, I cant help but feel the season!

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  136. peppermint it makes me think of candy canes.

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  137. peppermint makes me think of candy canes

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  138. Cinnamon reminds me of Christmas, always. My mother always had cinnamon on the stove top around the Holidays. A cheery memory for me.

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  139. pine, because we always hide a pine-scented little something near our fake tree

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  140. pine because it smells like a christmas tree

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  141. I love cinnamon scent , it reminds me of when I was little and my mom making pies for the holidays.

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  142. Pumpkin Spice because it reminds me of the Holidays when I was younger!
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  143. I love cinnamon and apple around the holidays. It reminds me of holiday baking.

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  144. Pine always reminds me of Christmas.

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  145. Cinnamon reminds me of the holiday's. I get a warm cozy feeling when I smell it.
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  146. Pine from the tree...Apples, Cinnamon, cranberries, vanilla...We do a lot of baking.

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  147. Cinnamon my mom and grandma always had the smell in the house from candles and baking

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  148. Peppermint because it reminds me of candy canes and other festive parts of Christmas!

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  149. peppermint because it is a fresh happy smell and makes me think of candy canes

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  150. My favorite holiday scent is peppermint cocoa! It reminds me of Christmas because we have always burned candles in that scent during the holidays!

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  151. I think the frebreze scent that reminds me most of the holidays is falling leaves, I love fall season, its a time to make a fire, drink hot cocoa and spend time with family!

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  152. cinnamon! it always reminds me of thanksgiving or christmas day when cooking pies and candy! it makes the house smell so good!

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  153. I always like Pine scented home fragrances in the winter because it smells so good when it mellows down.

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  154. Pine does it for me. It feels like Christmas is right around the corner. lexbaylor27 at gmail dot com

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  155. Apple Cinnamon reminds me of the holidays. This time of year Publix has Cinnamon Brooms that I smell every time I walk near the produce area. Cinnamon is also used for a lot of baking this time of year such as snickerdoodle cookies.

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  156. The scent of pumpkin pie reminds me of the holidays!
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  157. Balsam fir, because it reminds me of cutting Christmas Trees

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  158. Pine because it reminds me of fresh cut Christmas trees. wilcarvic
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  159. It's always cinnamon for me. Probably because of all the baking that goes on during the holidays.
    Michelle Tucker

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  160. Vanilla - it just smells like baking cookies and that is always a big tradition for us around the holidays.

    tridingermckee at gmail dot com

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  161. apple cinnamon reminds me of thanksgiving

    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  162. Sugar cookie is my favorite, the smell relaxes me during the busy holiday season!

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  163. Definitely Apple and Cinnamon, the problem is that I can't burn it in my own home, i find it too strong :)

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  164. Cinnamon (or other spices) always remind me of Christmas... probably because of all the baking going on during the holidays!

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