Sunday, December 11, 2011

Christmas Soaps

Hello everyone,
       Hope you all had a lovely weekend. It was a busy one here but very nice. We  had a couple of house tours here on Saturday-a small one in the morning from Japan and over 100 here in the evening.We were very happy with the turnout as it was all for a good cause and everyone seemed to be happy and enjoying themselves.
 Today,I wanted to share with you some lovely Christmas Soaps made from pure Goat's Milk that arrived in the mail for me recently. These pretty soaps were one of the little details that I was happy to have on display for our tour.
Whenever I saw them, I knew they would look so pretty in my pretty soap dish.
They are from the Victorian Rose Soap Co.- a small family farm where they are living off the land and raising happy healthy goats with their daughter Emmeline's help.The milk is used to make good quality nourishing skin care products that they are proud to sell.

I love the Santa sleigh soap as well as the snowflake ones.

They do look pretty on the little tray as well-I love the little details!

Not only are they pretty to look at but they are !00% pure and very good for your skin. Thank you, Karen for sending me these lovely soaps and if you would like some these or any of their wonderful line of products   please visit Karen here.

 Tomorrow,I plan to share some photos from the house tour with you, so I hope you will come back!

Thanks for visiting,


SwedishCorner-DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Cute soaps :)

Greetings from Australia♥
...already Monday morning here in the future ;)

Heather's Blog-o-rama said...

I really like homemade soaps. They're so nice for the skin :) :) These are really cute. I'm going to check out that website you mentioned. Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)

Candylei said...

I hope you gave the visitors your blog address so they can continue to visit through the seasons. Love the shapes on the soap shapes. Love the star candle holder!!

My Grama's Soul said...

Such pretty little soaps....thanks for sharing them with us.



Georgianna said...

Hi Carolyn,

Very beautiful - they almost look like they are a treat to have with tea!

Just visited your feature at Cottage of the Month – congratulations!

Now that the tour is over, I hope you can relax and enjoy some festive times by the fire with family. Wishing you a lovely new week!


Sharing Shadymont said...

The soaps are lovely. Bet they smell as good as they look. Lovely post.

My Little Home and Garden said...

Your display of soaps is so pretty and, I imagine, sweet smelling. I'm pleased your house tours went well, Carolyn.

Rusty Hinge said...
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Rusty Hinge said...

Hello Carolyn, I can't wait to see photos of your house tour! I will be back to check them out for sure. Can't wait!! :)
Maria ~Rusty Hinge

Camille said...

The little soaps are so pretty and I love the detail too.
Looking forward to seeing the photos of your house tours.

Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Carolyn
I had seen the snowflake bars and wish I had ordered some. We use pumps everywhere in the house now and I miss a pretty bar on a nice dish.

Susan said...

Hi Carolyn..The darling little soaps look good enough to eat! Can't wait to see more photos of the tour. Susan

Tracy said...

The soaps are beautiful as is your home and gardens!

Monika said...

So beautiful ♥

Love from Monika

Cantinho da Zazá said...

Tomorrow I will be here for the tour!

Raising Mighty Arrows said...

I love Karen and her soaps! I'm a big fan of Victorian Rose Soap Co. :)

Karena said...

Carolyn I love special soaps to give for the holidays!

Please some and see the latest of My 12 Days of Holiday Giveaways! You will love the unique gifts!


Art by Karena

Lorraine Young Pottery said...

I never knew soup could look so good! love the warm red and creamy white pieces. Wonderful uplifting blog.

Do come say hello to my ceramic animals if you get a chance.
HUGS Lorraine

Willow said...

I love goats milk soap and those look so pretty and you displayed them beautifully.

Madelief said...

Hi Carolyn,

Glad to hear the house tours were such a great success. I have been thinking of you over the weekend! The soaps look beautiful. Such a sweet gift!!

Wish you a happy new week,

Madelief x

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