Warmer Wednesday!

Published March 26, 2014 by suejansons

Here is a look at how the beautiful Scentsy warmer called Lace is made! This means you are getting a one of a kind piece! You can go here to purchase it https://makessweetscents.scentsy.us/Scentsy/Buy/ProductDetails/26972

If lace is not really your style, there are SO MANY warmers to choose from. Just go to http://www.makessweetscents.scentsy.us and browse all the warmer options. All warmers come with a lifetime guarantee!

Contact me if you are interested in learning how to get these products for free!

Have a Scentsational Day!



57 comments on “Warmer Wednesday!

  • very neat. I’ve never used a scentsy warmer, but I’ve always been curious about them. I’m looking for something other than candles with little ones, so this might just fit the bill.


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