Friday, 4 October 2013

Introductions

Where to start?
My finished objects are numerous this week. so let me start with my introductions :)

First off - "Tree"

Tree - embossed notebook

This is my latest pewter creation. It is a blank paged notebook with 194 pages, an embossed pewter front cover and a black coloured back cover. 

Lemon and Lavender Handmade Soap

My first bars of soap are ready for sale. These are Lemon and Lavender.
They are rich lathering soaps with a wonderful fresh fragrance.

very vanilla handmade soap

The "Very Vanilla"bars are also ready for purchase. These include vanilla seeds and have an awesome, alluring vanilla scent.

And my last FO for today:

Marigolds' Loft Store

My New Store is finally open for business! You can find the store linked above in the tab "Shop". Over the month of October I will be introducing loads of new items and will have weekly specials.
I would love it if you came over to visit and let me know what you think of it :)

This Week:

Marigolds' Loft Specials
My two patterns Quick and Easy Fair-Isle Ear-Warmer and Simply Cabled Too Sock patterns are on special for $2:00 instead of $2.50

I wish you all an awesome weekend.
x
I will be sharing this over with my lovely Friday Ladies :)

8 comments:

  1. Impressive week:) Is there anything you can't do?

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    1. Hi Kathleen,
      I live by the philosophy to try everything at least once :). The downside to this is that I spread myself extremely thin and am constantly flitting from one craft to the other. The upside is that I have tried many things and those things I enjoy doing I continue with for a while until I have had my fill. There are certain hobbies like knitting and reading that remain constant but it is wonderful to delve into new waters - I love the thrill.
      Thanks so much for visiting.
      x

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  2. You have been busy! Your soaps look fabulous. I've been experimenting with clear glycerin base melt and pour soaps. The colours are so fun! I just need to get better molds!

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    1. Hi Minding My Own Stitches,
      I used to make the melt and pour soaps and loved making them. I had much success with those and it was such an easy way to create soap. Have fun, I look forward to seeing some of your creations.
      Thanks for visiting.
      x

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  3. So many projects! My favorites are the soaps.

    Here's my FO: http://mibruno.com/terminado-gorro-de-zorro/

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  4. I love the soaps but everything is just lovely visiting and now following from everyday harvest hop I'm lorraine at http://lorrainesresources.blogspot.com have a great day and zen hugs all around

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  5. Hooray for opening up your new store. Don't you just love making soap? I need to post my newest creations.

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  6. Congrats on opening your store! I love soap making, and yours look fab!

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I am interested in alternative therapies, studied as a vibrational therapist and incorporate my beliefs into my everyday life.

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