Lanji Candles Collaboration (Phase 2)

£25.00

4 in stock

Due to the success of our first launch in September, Lanji Candles and I are excited to launch Phase 2 of our collaboration, making an ideal affordable Christmas gift! 

Lanji Candles and I strive to be sustainable and eco-friendly brands. With this in mind, we have chosen not to use tea lights as we did in Phase 1, as they are made from plastic. In Phase 2 of our collaboration therefore, we have used the glass containers as a candle holder. In each box there will now be 2 square candles (English pear and vanilla scent) and 2 cylinder candles (black fig and amber scent).

10% of every box sold goes towards the charity ‘No Panic’, helping people manage and recover from Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and other related anxiety disorders. https://nopanic.org.uk

 

4 in stock

Description

I came across Lanji Candles through the Solo Craft Fair’s virtual online market on Instagram, during the Covid-19 pandemic. Suwi and I realised our shared interest in discussing mental health and our priority to promote well-being within our practice. We wanted to combine our separate disciplines to create something that would calm the senses and relieve stress through the use of scent, colour and light.

For the drawing of the glass tea light holders I focused on the ideas behind the Zentangle Method, where the drawing is free from conscious intention and reaches its own conclusion within the process itself. I chose to use the Pantone colour of 2020; Classic Blue, for the balance of positivity and calm it represents. For the candle scent, Suwi wanted people to feel warm and safe. English pear and vanilla; a comforting fragrance which can help to reduce stress and anxiety. Black fig and amber; a punchy wooden fragrance which can help improve relaxation.

Candle burn time approx 12 hours.

Price includes free postage and delivery (second class, recorded delivery).

All packaging is recyclable, including the Kirsty Riddell logo paper sticker which is printed with soy-based ink.

Due to the handmade nature of the holders no one will be the same. They are an individual piece of art on their own.

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