Showing posts from February, 2011

I am in a Artifre Collection

My soap is feature in this collection so stop by and check it out. Comments and ratings are sure welcomed :-)

Ocean of Blues and Greens

Curated By: NewEnglandCro... Indie Design

March Madness Soap Sale

Yup it is that time again. I must move out current inventory to make room for new soaps for the Spring and Summer. I have a bunch of new soaps that will be ready in about 4 weeks to be listed but I need to make room.

Starting March 1-7 for one week only we will be having a March Madness soap sale. All soaps will be 15% off. If you have a current coupon code you may use that coupon code for more savings. No coupon is needed for the sale. Prices will reflect the sale. So stop by our Etsy shop or our Artfire studio to get your soaps madness on!!! We will be sending out our newsletter too as a reminder of the sales.

We would really love it if you can spread the word around to you Facebook or Tweet our sale for us. :-)

Thanks for stopping by.

PS: I am currently trying to decide which background to use for my blog so please bare with me. I have a hard time making a decision on what background to use. So if you see different backgrounds, this is the reason why. I can't decide!!! :-)

Wednesday Featured Item Of The Day

Lemon Cornmeal Cold Process Soap

This lovely soap is made using the cold process soap making method. It has a wonderful lather and skin softening oils to make your skin feel soft and clean. It is scented with a light Lemon fragrance.Perfect for those that are sensitive to heavy perfumed soaps. It has a light gentle exfoliate that will not irritate your skin. Great for the entire family to use.

Each bar weighs approx 3.5-4.0 oz.

Ingredients: Distilled water, sodium hydroxide, Palm Kernel oil, Coconut oil, Sweet Almond Oil, organic cornmeal, fragrance and color.

Stop by our Artfire Studio and give it a try. Click Here

Have a great Hump Day.:-)

Black History Feature

George Washington Carver

In 1864, July 12, George Washington was born near Diamond, Missouri. Apparently, Moses Carver purchased Mary, George’s mother on October 9, 1855 from William P. McGinnis. One night raiders kidnapped him along with his mother and sister. Moses Carver rescued George and brought him home. Moses and his wife raised George Washington as their own child. They allowed him to use the surname "Carver". Hence George Washington became George Washington Carver.

He had to travel around 10 miles south of Diamond Grove to reach his school. He attended a one-room schoolhouse, the only school where blacks were accepted. George received his high school diploma from Minneapolis High School.

In 1887, George Washington joined Simpson College in Indianola. In 891, he became the first African-American student to be admitted in Iowa State Agricultural College. He received his bachelor’s degree in agriculture in 1894 and his postgraduate degree in 1896.

George Washington Carver’…

Time In a Bottle

I love the look and feel of old vintage bottles. I have a couple of old Cola bottles from the 70's that inspired me to create this collection. Stop by and check it out. Rates and comments are welcomed.

Time In A Bottle

Curated By: pegasussoaps Jewelry Supplies

Mike Tompkin's Version of Only Girl

Ok I have to admit, this is the first time I am hearing of Mike Tompkins and I am in love with him. I couldn't believe he made this entire song with his mouth and he is a cutie patootie too. A Plurk friend of mine gave me the link to this song because I said I like the original but find the chorus of Rhianna's version a bit annoying and was turned off by it. Thank you Mike for making a new version of this song.This is so much better than the original. No offense to Rhianna. I am sure she has put a lot of hard work into her version too. Stop by Mike's Youtube page and view other songs he has done.

So what do you think? Ya Or Nay

Hand Picked Collection Items Just for Men


Black History Feature

Wilma Glodean Rudolph (June 23, 1940 – November 12, 1994) was an American athlete. Rudolph was considered the fastest woman in the world in the 1960s and competed in two Olympic Games, in 1956 and in 1960.

Wilma Rudolph was born prematurely at 4.5 lbs., with 21 brothers and sisters, and caught infantile paralysis (caused by the polio virus) as a very young child. She recovered, but wore a brace on her left leg and foot which had become twisted as a result. By the time she was twelve years old, she had also survived scarlet fever, whooping cough, chickenpox, and measles. Her family drove her regularly from Clarksville, Tennessee to Nashville, Tennessee for treatments to straighten her twisted leg.

In 1952, 12-year-old Wilma Rudolph finally achieved her dream of shedding her handicap and becoming like other children. Wilma's older sister was on a basketball team, and Wilma vowed to follow in her footsteps. While in high school, Wilma was on the basketball team when she was spotted by …

New Labels

I have been working on some new labels for 2011. Nothing fancy but not that much different than what I had before. I wanted something with a boutique style to it. And yes I did them myself. I don't have an professional printer to do them as I would be constantly changing them as I am never satisfied with how they look or what I really want. Yeah I am like that. I can never decide how I want them to look. But I think I am satisfied with them. Most of the bottles will look the same and I am not sure how I will be changing the jars. I may just leave the jars alone for now but this is the new look. Ingredients are on the side of the labels so no separate labels for ingredients.

Shea Butter Lotions 8oz and 4 oz bottles.

New Organic Castile Body Wash

Air and Linen Sprays. A slight change on these labels but not much.

New Soft & Silky Body Powders

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