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Scented Candles Look and Smell Like Holiday Pies

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One of the largest arenas in Bismarck gets bombed with an explosion of arts and crafts.

Here's a look at the Big One Art and Craft Fair.

It's the fourth annual Christmas event featuring more than one hundred vendors.

Holiday shoppers get to browse around for a one of a kind item that speaks to them.

Most of the items are homemade and made in the Dakotas.

Many of the products really stand out.

Just in case you were wondering, we even found Bigfoot.

One decorative product could really confuse your senses in a good way.

They look good, they smell delicious, but they're actually candles!

The family business started a few years ago near Max North Dakota.

Carla Beavers says she helps, but Berry Fine Candle and Craft Design is her daughter's business.

They recommend warming the pies instead of actually burning them.

The pies can take around nine hours to cook up and are made of scented wax.

While many people need to eat pie for Thanksgiving, this is one way to surround yourself with the sweet smells of the holiday without packing on any extra pounds.

"I love the strawberry scent and the color, but they're all beautiful."

"We have had people come back with some fun stories, where they have come home and their husband has put their candle in the refrigerator, and they'll take it out and he'll put it back in, finally just say what are you doing to my candle because he doesn't know." says Carla Beavers, Berry Fine Candle Design.

Apple and peach are the two most popular scented pies.

The business will be back in Bismarck for the Pride of Dakota show in a couple weeks.

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