A few months ago, one of our brilliant design managers, John Warfel, was sporting a retro baby blue leisure suit straight out of the 70’s. Oddly enough when I saw him my first thought wasn’t “What are you wearing?!” it was, “Wow! With the right flower you would look like a walking, talking Baby’s Breath Warmer!” From that experience Scentsy Fashion Week was born: an entire week dedicated to wearing clothing inspired by our favorite Scentsy Warmers. Each day this week, we will post photos of Scentsy employees wearing their best interpretation of Scentsy Warmers. Want to join in on the fun? Send me photos of your warmer-inspired fashion to firstname.lastname@example.org and you could be featured during Scentsy Fashion week, too!
Enjoy the show!
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squeal Fright Night MY FAVORITE warmer! awesome job everyone.
This made my day! The baby blue leisure suit is my favorite!
"Dotty" and "Pop!" are so cute!! And is that a wall of Starbuck's cups in the first pic?? Holy moly!
Too funny! Can't wait to see more!!
this is cool, i like it alot, just wondering if the sunflower warmer is still available?
Hi Rindy, unfortunately it's not available. That warm is actually around 4 years old! If you're looking for something sunflower-esque you might try the Flore or Sol Warmers, they're both very summery and cute!
you can always ask around and someone may have the sunflower warmer that they are willing to trade you for something else.
I too want the sunflower warmer...its my favorite post...well maybe Dotty too.
How fun! Great pix. What a great idea for guest at an Open House. May just try this in May. Love Scentsy
That is an awesome idea for an open house.
My favorite picture is the one with the Lili wrap from the Silhouette Collection! Nicely done :)
I can always ask someone in my group if they might know of someone who has it and would be willing to give it up.
Love them all, however, Dotty is my Favorite!
Are there more pictures?? and has the winner been announced?
These were FUN! I can't wait to see more.....what a crazy cool idea!
Loved the pics! I hope there are more to come... :-)
I think that is a great idea, I loved all of the inspirations. Maybe we should do a Bring Back My Warmer like what we do with the scents. Just saying :)
Where's my picture???
Love it.. very creative
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By Danae Castellaw
Kettle corn. Marshmallows. Confectionery chocolate.
It’s that simple— just three ingredients come together to make one incredibly delicious, addicting, and EASY holiday dessert.
The best part? No teeth-shattering corn syrup! After playing around with a few ideas on how to avoid another batch of impossible-to-eat popcorn balls, I decided to use Velata Meltables. And let me tell you how excited I was to finally make a popcorn ball that’s as easy to eat as it is to make!
If you’re in a rush (which, let’s be real,—who ISN’T during the holidays?), here’s how to make a QUICK treat that’s sure to be the hit of the party:
You will need:
This is seriously SO easy, guys. It will only take you about 15 minutes. Here’s what you do:
So there you have it, the simplest popcorn ball I’ve ever made! I hope you enjoy these tasty treats as much as I did!
By Noelle Perner
For November’s Scent of the Month video, we had a little help from some adorable elves. They showed us how to create an easy, beautiful Christmas wreath to compliment the holiday ambiance created by Very Snowy Spruce. If you haven’t seen the video yet, it’s a must watch!!
Don’t you love the simple elegance of that wreath?!We’re taking you behind the scenes to show you how to make your very own wreath. Start warming some Very Snowy Spruce, grab the following supplies, and let’s craft!
Next, take the berry branches and cut them into small sprigs. Weave the sprigs into the branches (they should stay put without glue).
Glue one or two pinecones at the bottom center of the wreath.
Voila! You’ve got yourself a holiday stunner! And while you may want to keep this beauty indoors, we recommend you use this wreath on your front door since the needles inevitably shed.
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