Thank you all for entering the Giveaway! You are inspiring to me and I appreciate every one of your comments!!
And now….the Winner of the Finer Femininity Giveaway is….
Congratulations, Mariana! I have sent you an email!
Introducing my daughter, Theresa’s, new line of Bar Soaps!!
Theresa has worked hard to make these soaps pleasing to the eye and to get them to a refreshing and lovely creaminess while keeping the standards of being an all-natural soap for you! They are 100% natural, using all scents from 100% Essential Oils and ingredients from all natural sources…clays, turmeric, activated charcoal, chlorella etc! These soaps truly are amazing and you will be coming back for more!
They make a lovely gift!! They are available here.
(Keep in mind that ordering multiple bars makes the shipping much more cost-effective.)
These are the soaps available right now for purchase. Available here.
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Those soaps are beautiful! I bet they smell great, too.
Lovely lively soaps! They actually look like delicacies you could eat. 😉
Tracy Attar said:
How on earth do you all find the time to do all you do? Homeschooling?, keep house, make meals, AND do all the crafty things?? Personally, I’m drowning in homeschooling (in only one year, with help), housework, and backed up projects.
Mariana Pena said:
Thank You all!
Those soaps look amazing 😍
Beautiful work on the soaps, Theresa!
The soaps are beautiful!
Have a great day everyone!