Sunday, January 3, 2010

New Soap and a most precious Christmas gift

Three new batches are on the curing rack!
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Sinister, inspired by Something Wicked this Way Comes by Ray Bradbury. Blue and black layers/swirls, it even looks sinister doesn't it? The scent: Fall pumpkins, black licorice, carnival cotton candy and a hint of spearmint. Amazing. I'm so happy with this one. This book is fantastic. I love Ray Bradbury's style and have another book scent of his in the works - Dandelion Wine.

Top: Longbourn, inspired by Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen. This was for restocking. Honeysuckle and lemon, it's fresh and clean. This will be part of a new gift pack I'm working on of Jane Austen inspired soaps (along with Matchmaker and Barton Cottage).

Bottom: Celebration, inspired by The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Naturally colored soap with a light swirl of golden glamour. Think of the enchanting parties from The Great Gatsby. The scent: Champagne with just the slightest hint of sugared strawberries.

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And the most precious gift of all...

Meet Olivia, born a few days before Christmas. This sweet little baby belongs to some friends of mine. She is darling, adorable, beautiful and every other synonym for absolutely loved.


Welcome to the world OLIVIA !!!

6 comments:

  1. Love the soaps! GREAT names and scents.

    And Welcome to baby olivia!! Check out my shop for a snuggly soft blanket...he he :-)

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  2. How absolutely beautiful is she?!

    These soaps look amazing! I so look forward to buying some of your soaps! Especially the Jane Austen ones!

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  3. Thanks gals! I hadn't held a newborn in sooo many years. I just wanted to squeeze her :-)

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  4. wonderful scents, and inspirations! Pride and Prejudice is my favorite Austen Book (all the rest are close seconds, lol!). mmm, i desire your soaps passionately 8) looking forward to placing an order soon!

    what a wonderful thing, a little baby born so recently! they are so tiny and precious 8) i remember (and miss) when mine was that tiny. and immobile. yup, i really miss those staying-put days... ;)

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  5. Olive Street - LOVE your baby blankets! I'm eyeing Wimbledon - looks sooo soft.

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