Yeah I can totally picture you doing this! haha Glad it turned out well. You'll have to let me know about the soap. I have been so itchy lately and I need a good soap.
These soaps look amazing!! The packaging alone is beautiful...I can only imagine how delightful they are to froth up with! My guilty pleasure is shopping at Goodwill!! but I may have to add soap to that list! :-)
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Have you been to bean Street Market to check out her soaps. I do love pretty soaps...I especially love my robin eggs blue egg soaps. My guilty pleasure is thrifting and craft supplies.
What a unique hobby/necessity! I had no idea I could bargain on wonderful different types of soap. I enjoy raising and tending to my orchids. Any ideas for preserving their beautiful flowers?...they don't bloom very often.
I love the Bee and Flower sandlewood and jasmine soap scents and you can usually get them at Chinese grocery stores for la cheapa...they remind me of my mother, college, my first apartment. I don't necessarily want to travel back in time, but they make me feel nostalagic! Visiting you for New Friend Friday! Helloo, friend!
I love soaps too! I love crabtree and evelyn and loccitane soaps at the moment.Best wishes,Natasha.
I don't know how good they are, but my local Pier 1 was clearing out some soaps for 10 cents a bar last week. I bought $2 worth to put in the guest bathroom. They smell good, but like I said I have never used them. I think they were normally $3 a bar. HTH!
I love olive oil soap. I got hooked on it during a vacation in southern France, where I found some handmade olive oil soap. I stocked up before leaving. Now whenever any family goes over, I ask for them to bring me 'Savon du Marsaille' and provencial herbs.
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