If you looked up the definition of "basic" in the dictionary, you would find a picture of me (OK, not really, but it's less of an exaggeration than you would think). I treat avocado toast like a food group, I love Bath and Body Works, I live for homemade PSLs, and I own a t-shirt with a sweating avocado on it that says "Avo-Cardio" (true fact). So when I found out that a Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino candle exists, you can imagine how excited I was.

In case you somehow forgot about the biggest food trend of 2017, let me remind you. In April, Starbucks temporarily released a Unicorn Frappuccino, and people lost their minds over the drink. With its vibrant pink powder, mango syrup, and a sour blue drizzle, the drink made its way onto more Instagram feeds than food-themed pool floats and mermaid toast put together.

The Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino was pretty divisive, but I think everyone can agree that this copycat candle is adorable. I mean, just look at it! It has the same layered blue and pink coloring with a dollop of realistic-looking creme on top. What's not to love about that? It looks even more Insta-worthy than the OG drink.

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Spencer Hutchison

The Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino candle was created by Chanelle Novoséy, an artist living in Atlanta, Georgia who sells her cute candles on Etsy. A small candle costs $13.00, while a large candle costs $22.00. Novoséy ships internationally, but be warned: International shipping can cost upwards of $40. As a Canadian citizen studying in Scotland, I've never been so heartbroken. @Americans, I'm jealous of you.

These Unicorn Frappuccino candles make the perfect stocking stuffer for the Starbucks lovers in your life. If your friend

lives for Starbz but she hated the unicorn Frappuccino, then don't worry, you can buy a caramel cappuccino candle instead. Whichever candle you choose, you can't go wrong with making your room smell like Starbucks during the holidays. I'll take 10, please.