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My Favorite Things, a new limited edition collection for Holiday 2012 from Yankee Candle

January 23, 2013

Relive the nostalgic moments of childhood with My Favorite Things, a new limited edition collection for Holiday 2012 from Yankee Candle. Back by popular demand for the second year, the whimsical collection inspired by Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music,” features three new fragrances for 2012—Brown Paper Packages, Schnitzel with Noodles and Whiskers on Kittens—and brings back three favorite fragrances Bright Copper Kettles, Crisp Apple Strudel and Warm Woolen Mittens from 2011. Available in a tumbler, large jar or special votive storybook format, these inviting fragrances will be a “favorite thing” on everyone’s list this year, according to the company. The Votive Storybook (pictured) retails for $19.99.

More info: www.yankeecandle.com
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