everyday moments, enhanced.

light a match, anywhere

with everything you need to strike a light, this little vessel is perfect for camping, travelling, or just for a night out


with tall wooden matches and lilac tips, these matches add sophistication in any living space

easy to light

gone are the days of flimsy match boxes; you'll love how satisfying it is to create a flame, every time.

the ultimate all-in-one

what more could you want in a light?

inside our
3" lilac matches with striker

ignite the magic

Light the scene, anytime, anywhere - whether it's a camping trip, travel adventure, or a laid-back night. Perfect for on-the-go or as a stylish home accessory, these matches redefine the art of creating a flame. Elevate your ambiance with the ultimate fusion of beauty and functionality.


Do I need to trim my wick before lighting it?
On the first burn, keep the round wooden wick untrimmed. On subsequent burns, you can lightly pinch off the tips of the wick. Or you can leave the wick untrimmed, depending on how small or large you prefer your flame. Whether you use one of our 3" lilac matches or a lighter, it is always best to light any candle at the base of the wick rather than the tip to get the wax flowing. Our candles have a 48-hour burn time on an untrimmed wick (beeswax burns longer – and brighter – than any other candle wax!)
How do I avoid my candle from tunnelling?
The first candle burn is the most important! On your first burn, allow the candle to burn for 2-3 hours until the melted wax pool reaches the edges of the container. This tip works for all candles!
I love scented candles, can I add essential oils?
To add aromatherapy, you can place a couple of drops of essential oils, such as lavender or cedarwood, into the warm wax around the flame. This is a great way to diffuse a natural scent into your home without artificial fragrances!
How can I reuse the vessel?
When your candle is done burning, our frosted white glass vessels can be repurposed into beautiful any afters, be it canisters or mini succulent planters. Love to paint? Get creative and make it your own! Best of all, pop in a beeswax refill! Here are 2 options to remove candle wax from any candle vessel: Option 1. Simply pour boiling water into the empty candle jar and any remaining wax will float to the surface. Option 2. Place the vessel in the freezer, and once frozen, use a knife to pop the remaining wax out of the vessel and wash the vessel with warm soapy water.

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