ScentSicles by EnviroScents

Gift Guide Pick

Every now and then I stumble across a small item that makes stop and go “so simple, yet what a great idea!”.  It might be a gadget for my kitchen or a product that helps me organize better, sometimes it’s because it’s just unique, or it’s because I thought of it myself but have never had the gumption to seek to make a prototype or file a patent (okay that doesn’t happen often, lol!).  But that’s exactly what happened this year with a number of products that companies presented to me for my Christmas Gift Guide.

We have an artificial Christmas tree, we have ever since our first Christmas.  The idea of real tree; to have to water it, vacuum the needles, haul it away after Christmas does NOT appeal to me.  Plus I can leave my artificial tree up for much longer.

The one thing that’s missing from my tree though is scent.  That refreshing scent of an evergreen tree.  I must confess that’s the downfall of an artificial tree.

So when I was asked if I would like to receive some samples of Enviroscent ScentSicles I was intrigued.  See ScentSicles are scented ornaments for your tree!  They are infused with pure fragrance oils, and the scented fragrance sticks can be hung as ornaments or hidden in tree boughs, and brings the scent of the season to life (especially on an artificial tree!). 

I bet I can pass my tree off as a real one now!  It currently bears the scent of a Blue Spruce, but I’m guessing most people don’t quite know the difference between the scent of a Blue Spruce and the look of “artificialius pinus”.

I’m just a happy camper with that finishing touch in my home for the holiday season with my ScentSicles.

ScentSicles can be purchased online at and for $6.99 for a pack of 6 sticks, or seasonally at WalMart, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Michaels and Hallmark Stores.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I wrote this feature on behalf of EnviroScent and was supplied with press samples and information through them, the review and opinions are my own.


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