- Frankincense & Myrrh Cold Process Soap
- Organize Curing Rack
Our stockist, Robin, has expressed an urgent need for some delectable Lavender Soaps and we are more than happy to oblige!
Once we get these all packed up and off to their new home we’ll have to set about making more: our stock of Lavender Soap is almost gone! We’re considering altering our method so there are no longer lavender buds throughout the soap, just on top. What do you think? Do you prefer some gentle exfoliation through the entire bar or a smooth bar with decorative elements on top?
Today we’re playing with label design and shrink wrap for our bars of soap.
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A city draped in saints, gods and fragrant jasmine; Rome is beautiful! We were lucky to stay in the city 7 days.
Abundant, gracious, kind people made for a thriving city full of delights for every sense. The sweets were immaculate and decadent, the fruits and vegetables smelled luscious and fresh.
Much of our time was spent walking the city, taking in everything it had to offer.
Our imaginations danced among ruins of temples, markets and homes of a people gone from this world thousands of years.
Yesterday began with tempestuous skies and plump raindrops that splattered against the windshield. Luckily for us it passed quickly and we were able to set up and greet the crowds.
There were various artists, artisans, crafters and musicians present; it made for a diverse offering! We were excited to meet fellow soapers from Free Spirit Creations.
We bought a delectable-smelling candle and a bar of Full Moon Harvest organic body soap we can’t wait to try! It smells wonderful and looks like it’ll make for a great treat for our skin.
We received a lot of glowing feedback about the appearance and scent of our soaps and serums and hope everyone who purchased some adores it!
As our first-ever market we felt it was a great experience and we’re glad we began this journey with the awesome people at Another Look at Dallas!
If you have a minute check out our fellow vendors from the #ALDMarket!
The Shabby Sheep
The Olive Stitch
Free Spirit Creations
House of Smash
Jeff Skele Skeely
K.M. Rasmussen Fine Art
Two Bronze Doors
With a wintry white storm blowing snow about the city we’ve spent today holed up indoors making good use of the bright light the frozen landscape reflects.
We adore the pretty fire agate guru bead and hope it soon finds a mindful and loving home with someone who is in search of discovering their innermost self.
We have recently been reading up on Japa mala and decided to make one for a dear friend of ours. We absolutely love the result and hope they do, as well!
We had so much fun creating this Japa mala for our friend that we intend to create more to offer to our customers! We will add them to our shop as we complete them.
We are ecstatic to bring to you the charming work of Dallas native, Andrea Brashier. We have long lusted after her work and are eager to present it to you now that we’ve had our chance to sit down and admire it ourselves.
We adore them! All of these were created under the diligent and gentle hands of a true artist and we know they’ll look stunning in any setting.
These bowls are glazed inside so they are food safe, but not dishwasher safe. They are also great as decor, which is what we’ve done with them until they find new homes. We hope you love them as much as we do! Be sure to have a look-see at the Etsy listings for each for more pictures and exact measurements of each.
Hello, sweet, lovely friends! As January draws to a close we want to check in with you to see if you’re still feeling the warm tingly feelings of delight the new year ushered in. Have you slipped into hum-druggery again? Take a moment to breathe, look for some inspiration and move forward with gratitude and good intentions.
As a celebration of our first year of existence, we are pleased to announce our first contest! We have teamed up with a local roasting house, Cedar-Wood Roasting Co., which sources it ‘s coffee ethically and roasts it locally, here in the Metroplex.
This contest is Facebook-specific, so click over to our Facebook page to participate for your chance to win some lovely treats!