Pauper’s Candles is Charging into the New Year

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Our Beautiful New Years Day - 2016 Our Beautiful New Years Day – 2016

As the snow fell many days before and on Christmas Day, Pauper’s Candles finished up its last orders.  When New Years Day arrived the clouds left, the sky was radiant blue, and the sun shone on the snow that had fallen.  It was a beautiful New Years Day.

As the sun was shining, our solar panels were working to capacity and our batteries were humming.  We were charging up and starting off the new year with fully charged batteries.  I love those sunny winter days!

Pauper’s Candles is getting ready for the 2016 Year.  New scents are being tested, website and store being updated, and new business strategies will begin to be implemented.  We will keep you posted for the exciting upcoming changes.

Solar Panels 2 New Years Day - 2016 The Sun Charging up the Solar Panels and Batteries on New Year Day!

Happy New Year from Pauper’s Candle Company!

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What a Great Way to End 2015!

Living the Sustainable Dream decided to hit the road this December to sell our soy candles made with electricity from our solar panels, but most importantly to spend time with family before Christmas.

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Krista in Booth Krista at the Salem Farmer’s Market Holiday Craft Show

Pauper’s Candle Company had a terrific show at the Salem Farmer’s Market Holiday Craft Show in Salem, Oregon.  While my husband, son and I were driving to Oregon from Idaho, my husband and I were trying to think how many years Pauper’s Candles had been attending this show.  We concluded that it had to be at least 10 years.  Hard to believe that much time has passed.  I always enjoy seeing those who come each year to purchase their Pauper’s Candle.

Kirt and Mark at tuba My husband and son at Tuba Christmas. Practicing before the performance

This year was especially special because my husband and I had our son with us.  And on top of that, my husband and son played in Tuba Christmas in Portland, Oregon on Saturday.  My parents offered to run my booth while I buzzed to the show to watch them…

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At the Moscow Food Co-Op in Idaho, you will find Pauper’s Candles!

Pauper’s Candles can be found at the Moscow Food Co-Op in Moscow, Idaho.  We are excited to be there! While Pauper’s Candles was at the Sandpoint Farmer’s Market in 2014, I, Krista and Owner of Pauper’s Candles, met Ashley Douglas.  She and her family were visiting Sandpoint and visited the Farmer’s Market.  Ashley, her sister … Continue reading At the Moscow Food Co-Op in Idaho, you will find Pauper’s Candles!

Pauper’s Candles are at Azalea, Handpicked Style in Sandpoint, Idaho

Update of Our Off Grid, Sustainable, Home Business

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Brooke Deccio owner of Azalea with Pauper's Candles Brooke Deccio owner of Azalea with Pauper’s Candles

Pauper’s Candle Company is excited to announce that Azalea Handpicked Style in Sandpoint, Idaho is caring our candles.  Azalea is a cute, eclectic boutique owned by Brooke Deccio that is located at 322 N. 1st Ave in downtown Sandpoint, Idaho  Azalea Handpicked Style is a woman’s thrift and consignment clothing store and is open Tuesday – Saturday 11am-6pm.

Pauper's Candles features at Azalea in Sandpoint, Idaho Pauper’s Candles featured at Azalea Handpicked Style in Sandpoint, Idaho

Azalea is caring a variety of Pauper’s Candles. The candle scents that you will find at Azalea are:
Grandpa’s Pipe     Mango Papaya      Che Bella                     Coconut
Ocean Breeze       Basil Sage Mint     Tomato Leaf                Blackberry Sage
Dirt                       Lettuce                  Leather                       Fresh Cut Grass

Azalea Store Window No SignIf you ever want to know what is new at Azalea Handpicked…

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