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Febreze For The Holidays! Scentsational!

Hey neighbors!

Great to see you out today. I have a quick question for you, are there any scents that take you somewhere?  You know what I mean, you catch the scent and the memories just come with it.  Sort of like when you smell baby powder and remember cuddling your infant.  Or maybe you smell bread baking and it takes you back to mom's kitchen, simpler times.  To this day the scent of bayberry reminds me of my grandmother.  She really liked that scent and especially around the holidays her home smelled of bayberry.  I was recently allowed to try out some of the new Febreze Holiday scents.   I really like them!


I received a Febreze NOTICEables Warmer, with two scent bottles you place in together.  This one you need to plug in.  The first is Apple Cider, a great fall scent.  The second is Cranberry Frost.  Put them together and you have a Cranberry Cider.



The next item I received was a Febreze Set & Refresh.  You just insert the scent pack and adjust it to the intensity of fragrance you desire and then set it out somewhere in your home.




What scents bring back memories for you?Is there a certain fragrance that takes you back in time to a special memory?   I personally LOVE the scent of cinnamon.  It brings back memories of baking with my daughters or mornings when we make cinnamon toast as a treat.   We make Snickerdoodles almost every year around the holidays and so cinnamon brings back the pleasant scene of baking together.

Now, here is why I like these Febreze products.   First and foremost they scent my home.  For me scent makes a big difference in how I feel.  I like to keep my bedroom smelling fresh and clean.  It helps me to sleep better, and yes cinnamon is one of the scents I use.  I also like that Febreze seems to remove any bad scents, not just mix with them.  When I use Febreze all that is left is the pleasant scent, not the one I am trying to get rid of.


Febreze NOTICEables has so many great sounding fragrances to try.  I am thinking I would like to try their Autumn Leaves next!

Along with the really great Febreze products I received a pop-up book.  After being tied in an open position you can see two different rooms of a home decorated for the holidays, along with a winter scene.  Really cute!



Now we are having a giveaway here for a $10 Walmart Gift Card.  Maybe you can try one of the new Febreze scents!

Well, neighbors, be sure to share your favorite scent and what memories it inspires.  Love to hear from you in the comments.  Have a great day and I will see you soon, At the Fence!

Disclosure:This is a sponsored post for She Speaks/Febreze.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

latanya t said…
vanilla reminds me of my mom
ShellyH said…
During this time of year I always gravitate towards cookie scents because as a little girl I would make & bake cookies with my mom and grandmom. Right now I have snickerdoodles candles burning.
karenmed409 said…
I would have to say the scent of fresh baked apple pie. My grandmother made the best and we would travel and visit for the holidays. When you walk into her home you can just smell those pies for days. When I bake an apple pie, I always think of her.
Nancy said…
The smell of baby lotion/ powder/ shampoo, cinnamon, and clean laundry after drying in the sun all bring back great memories.
Kayla said…
The smell of Buttercream from when I was a kid!
Shelley P said…
The smell of lilacs reminds me of my house I grew up in :)
scottsgal said…
the scent of pine and cinnamon always reminds me of the Christmas season
Shelly Leatham said…
fir/pine tree scent brings back memories
Angie Bailey said…
Vanilla scent makes me think of my mom because she wore vanilla perfume when I was little. (Angie PreciselyMine)
Leidy Ruiz said…
the fluffy vanilla scent reminds me of my grandma, her house always smelled like vanilla.
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momtothree said…
I enjoy apple cinnamon or apple scents this time of year-the holidays.
momtothree said…
I enjoy apple cinnamon or apple scents this time of year-the holidays.
Elena said…
the smell of freshly baked apple pie reminds me of my childhood
I love smelling cinnamon; reminds me of Christmas as a little girl. -Audra O'Hara
Whenever I smell roses, it reminds me of my aunt who always wore a rose perfume!
Unknown said…
The smell of vanilla reminds me of my grandma, she loved vanilla everything!!!
beth said…
Cinnamon reminds me of Christmas.
steve weber said…
I enjoy the smell of freshly baked banana bread.. it reminds me of my mom.
rubynreba said…
Cinnamon and pumpkin remind me of how my Mother made pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving.
andrea v said…
Vanilla reminds me of my grandmas house.
bettycd said…
vanilla and cinnamon brings out memories of holiday baking.
Becky said…
Gardenia always reminds me of my grandmother. She had the most beautiful gardenia bush and you could smell it as you walked up to her front door.
LauraJJ said…
Oh Gingerbread reminds me of when I was a little girl and my grandmother would make gingerbread cookies each Christmas! Miss her dearly!!!
Unknown said…
Cinnamon and vanilla brings back Christmas baking

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