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#Giveaway: Lampe Berger Paris #HolidayGiftGuide2014

Lampe Berger originated in 1898, bringing fresh scents to homes.  Now serving 56 countries, they have a vast collection of lamps with an incredible variety of designs, styles and materials. 15 new models are created annually, each one requiring 18 months of work. They hold a collection of 100 lamps currently. These lamps not only give a nice scent, they cleanse the air as well.

Remember a little while back I did a review for a beautiful smoky colored lamp?
Well, the fabulous people at Lampe Berger Paris are offering one reader a kit like I received with a lamp and fragrance! Now you can try it and see how amazing it smells and how it purifies the air.
This would be an amazing hostess gift during the holiday season!

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  1. learnt that you cannot mix the fragrances in your home - causes a bad reaction - so need to pick the right one

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  2. I learned that Lampe Berger was created to purifiy hospital rooms back in the late 1800s!

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  3. This would look lovely in my living room, http://www.lampeberger.ca/the-lamp-and-fragrances/the-lamps/the-twilights/maille-etain.html

    Although I'm sure my daughter would want something in pink. So many colours and styles to choose from.

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

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  4. I would like to try the Savory apple tart fragrance.

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  5. I love cooking shows. get so much information.

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  6. I like the Reflexion Amethyst lamp.

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  7. I learned they have a store locator and professional contacts tab.

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  8. It sounds wonderful! All the best with the giveaway. Thanks for visiting Amanda's Books and More! Have a lovely weekend.

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  9. I learned this: "The ingredients contained in our Home Fragrances are subject to specific internal standards that are more stringent than those demanded by European and American pharmacopoeia and by the IFRA (International Fragrances Association)."
    Cheers.

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  10. I love the Corollissima violet lamp, so pretty!

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  11. I think the Bonbon Framboise is so pretty!

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  12. I love the designs of the lamps!

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  13. I love the Athena clear lamp
    thanks

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  14. They have so much variety!!!

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  15. I learned that the burned can last for 200 lightings.

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