I am pretty excited about the holiday season. It’s the first time in several years that we’ve lived close to all of our family! That means that we’ll get to spend Thanksgiving and Christmas with parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Quite simply– it’s going to be wonderful.
I am really excited because we’re going to be hosting a lot of our extended family at our beautiful new house this Thanksgiving. I’ve got a menu to plan, TV trays to purchase, and a long list of other things I need to do before the holiday arrives.
But, thanks to Febreze, my house is going to smell incredible when the guests arrive.
Febreze recently released a new line of holiday scents that you are going to love.
- Winter Frost— evokes thought of snow and makes me wish for a white blanket outside my window. Since we’re in the South, we likely won’t see any snow, so I’ll have to turn to Winter Frost to get my fix.
- Glistening Pine— nothing says Christmas like the smell of a fresh cut tree. It’s one of my favorite scents of the season and one that is beautifully captured in Glistening Pine.
- Cranberry Cider— if you love curling up under a blanket with a big cup of cider, then you’re going to love this scent. Even if you don’t… I still think you’ll love the warm and inviting smell Cranberry Cider has to offer.
I’ve added a Febreze NOTICEables to our living room and love how this awesome product alternates between two scents. The smell hits you as soon as you walk in the front door and invites you to sit down and stay for a while… underneath a warm blanket, with a cup of hot chocolate in hand, of course.
The Febreze Set & Refresh is in our homeschool room. It doesn’t require a plug in and is super simple to use. I honestly haven’t quite figured out the logistics of how it works, but somehow it can fill the entire room with a delightful scent.
I can’t decide which of the new holiday scents from Febreze if my favorite… which is probably why I’ve got several different ones in action. They all remind me of different aspects of the season– ones that I really, really love.
Which one do you like the best?
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