My second and last Sniff My Tarts custom order arrived on Christmas Eve. And what a fragrant box of bliss it was to open.
The Julie classic: a decorated sheet cake in Pink Peppermint. The perfect sleepy time scent. Powerfully minty and sweetened with the cotton candy musk of Pink Sugar. Layered snowflakes with glittery centers and cute sprinkles abound create one lovely hunk of wax.
Even the bottom holds a secret snowflake surprise.
If it didn't smell so ding dang amazing it might be hard to cut up. But it does smell amazing so I will happily do so. But not yet. I need to gaze at it a little longer.
A large pie blended in Enchanted Forest/Frosty Pine/Dragon's Blood. Enchanted Forest and Dragon's Blood are two of my new favorites from Sniff My Tarts, and both of them having woody elements and a certain earthiness had me wanting to blend them. To highlight the mint in Enchanted Forest I added Frosty Pine too. The overall effect is one incredible pine scent with soft mint and a little cabin musk. A mountain scent to take me back to the Smokies.
A handful of grubbies in Peppermint Coconut Filled Cake. That same bright peppermint that Sniff My Tarts does so well, combined with creamy coconut cake. Yummy.
I ordered four bags of chunks ($12.50 each) and this blend is Peppermint Swizzle Sticks/Spearmint/Enchanted Forest. It combines to make a unique twist on a traditional sweet spearmint scent. It almost has a woody anise tone. I quite like it!
Sniff My Tarts releases new scents with every opening. I saw Amy and Donna added Ultimate Bakery and I knew I wanted to blend with it. Pink Noel/Ultimate Bakery/Vanilla Waffle Cone readily came to mind. And boy is it a hoot. Extra creamy vanilla bakery and fluffy pink sugar floss create a dreamy indulgence fit for a princess in an ice cream parlor.
These chunks in Marshmallow Noel/Rose Jam/Serendipity hit my sweet tooth just right. Rose Jam and serendipity are two knock out scents, but blended together and mellowed with marshmallows they get along beautifully. Candied rose petals and creamy coconut, vibrant cherry and raspberry sauces all meld into rapture in a wax tart.
If the blend above was rapture in a tart... this one is ecstasy in a tart. Vanilla Bean Noel/Marshmallow Noel/Blueberry Noel, the trifecta of Noels. Sniff My Tart's Blueberry Noel smells deep, juicy and fruity. I feel my nose turning blue just sniffing it. Violet Beauregarde would approve. Even just as one of the chunks the Blueberry Noel really shines through. The Vanilla Bean Noel and Marshmallow Noel provide the perfect plush bed of vanilla cream for the blueberries to nestle upon. A brilliant blueberries and cream aroma.
Whelp. That concludes this installment of Sniff My Tarts custom ordering. I hear they project a summer opening. In the meantime I will scour the RTS section and see if Amy and Donna do any flash sale customs like they did this year. Do any of these sound like a scent you would enjoy?