It's great to hear a success story involving someone you know. Yesterday it was awesome to open up The Baltimore Sun and see this....
In the last year, there has been a growing buzz over a homemade candle company from small town Eldersburg and it's owners and creators, husband and wife duo Dave and Anna Neith. Especially when they were invited to the CMA's in Novemeber.
The two came up with the genius concept of the cleverly named company Unwined Candles. These homemade soy candles, which come in a variety of scents, are in recycled wine bottles. The candles not only smell great, but they last (we accidentally left ours burning over night). The packing is simple, creative, and sharp and each candle color is unique as the glass bottle it comes in.
Great for your home and also a fabulous gift (so much so they were sold out this past Christmas holiday) and are priced oh so affordable at only $20.
I love mine :) I have the flavor "Farmer's Market"
The company isn't all about profits- their product boasts recycling, local community, and giving back. Last year they donated portion of sales to a charity that aids wounded U.S. Soldiers. This year they have already participated in a fundraiser for another local business owner who is battling Lymphoma.
You can get yours at select local retailers, on their website Unwined Candle Company, or find the owners selling them at all the local Wine Festivals throughout the year.
For more and to order- http://www.unwinedcandlecompany.com/