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Monday, 24 October 2016

Handmade milk soaps

My handmade coconut milk soap, along with my goat milk oatmeal soap, are some of my best sellers and here's why:
Milk soap is gentle, making it a good choice for sensitive skin.
You may think skin care starts after you bathe, but if you choose milk soap you can care for your skin while you bathe. Milk soaps, especially artisanal brands, are very kind to your skin.
Milk soap naturally contains milk fats, triglycerides and vitamins and minerals which help moisturize the skin. Goat milk soap also contains capric-capryllic triglyceride, a known moisturizer. Milk soap also contains natural glycerin, an effective moisturizer, which is usually removed by most commercial soap manufacturers and sold as a separate product.
You can find even more benefits of milk soaps here:

Sunday, 23 October 2016

Christmas card

Here it is Thursday October 20th and I just finished designing this year's Christmas card with Antoinette de Acadian on the cover. Here she is in all her beauty!


Pumpkin Baby

This picture is sooooo adorable I had to share! All you need is a large pumpkin, a happy baby and some patience, of course. Delayna Raine did an excellent job.


Sheet music Christmas Tree

She cut and curled a few pieces of sheet music to make this pretty Christmas craft for under $2.00. Via Gina Luker at The Shabby Creek Cottage.


Friday, 21 October 2016

Tangled Geese?

Quilting Deals-Missouri Star Quilt Co has a tutorial on how to make a “tangled Geese Block”. It looks crazy difficult but the tutorial will lessen your anxiety! Check it out: