Contest! What Makes Your Mom Unique?

Mother's Day Contest

Someone once said every day is Mom’s Day. It’s true. But it’s still nice to recognize all your mom has done on one day in particular. This year, it’s Sunday, May 10th.

In celebration, we’re holding a contest with the chance to thank your mom in a very special way… 2 custom candles of your own design. One for her, one for you!

Simply join us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest and tell us why your mom is unique. Be sure to include the hashtag #BecauseOfYouMom in your post, tweet, comment or photo. We’ll announce a winner on Thursday, April 30th.

Good luck – we hope you win 2 unique candles!

If you haven’t checked out our new Design Your Own Candle feature yet, it’s really cool. It makes the perfect Mother’s Day, birthday, any-day gift.

Over 4,000 possible combinations of beautiful vessels, wonderful fragrances, and 3 scent levels. You get to choose… and we’ll make it, just for you. Because your home is unique, and every room has a purpose, an aesthetic, an ambiance. Now you can create a candle for each one, exactly as you like.

All our candles are soy blend with cotton wicks. No dyes, no enhancers. Just a clean burning candle, individually handmade by a woman artisan and supporting equal opportunity around the world. Fair trade, too!

Be sure to order by May 1 for Mother’s Day as it takes a few days to make custom candles.

Contest Eligibility

No purchase necessary to enter or win this contest. One (1) contest entry per person. Entrants must be over 18 years of age and a legal resident of the United States. Void where prohibited. Entries on all social platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest) will be considered valid, and all entries must have a current e-mail address to be eligible (we’ll contact you by email for your design and shipping information).

Prosperity Candle never shares or sells your address or personal information.


  1. #BecauseOfYouMom I am a better person! I’m gonna tell you why my awesome mom is the best!!! She taught me respect, she taught me how to clip coupons & go shopping, and she taught me how to cook a meal, clean up after myself. How to balance the check book. She worked 40 hours a week at her job then came home and took care of 3 children and our Dad. She made our birthday cakes, bought us gift and made some of our clothes that we wore to school. She is gone now, And I miss her so much.


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