Morning my lovelies, well after last week, i was straight back into the throws of making, and this week its all about Christmas. I have made lots of goodies, including our Christmas Soaps. So i hear you ask show us! Firstly I made our very popular 3 Kings Soap, which is fragranced with the warm aromatic scent Frankincense rich Amber and sumptuous myrrh, with undertones of cedar, vetivert and sandalwood. This soap has become a staple of our Christmas range.
Our New Soap to the Christmas range this year is Festive Fall, this fragrance is made with with pure natural spice extracts, and is a luscious medley of brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, cocoa, maple, walnut, citrus and caramel.
And of course our Christmas soap range wouldnt be complete without our Christmas Spice soap, saying that i did have a bit of a disaster with it, but thankfully after 48hrs, it is set and looks & smells absolutely fine, even though its not pretty, but thats nothing a bit of trimming wont sort out.
This week i have also managed to make our Christmas Bubble Bars, we have Gingerbread men, Christmas Trees, Candy Canes & Christmas Stars.
These guys are frangranced with Ginger & Nutmeg and smell so good, you could eat them, to say i had a lot of fun making these bubble bars would be an understatement.
The Christmas Trees are fragranced with A rich, festive fragrance opening with fig slightly sweetened with warm blackberry, clove and peppery notes resting on a woody backdrop. Enriched by aromatic notes of cedarwood, raspberry and sultana.
The Candy Canes are scented with the fresh scent of Peppermint essential oil with the warming undertones of sweet toffee.
And finally our Christmas Stars, which are on a removable colourful lolly pop stick, these are fragranced with the traditional Christmas scent of Orange, Cinnamon & Clove. Well i can honestly say if i wasnt feeling Christmassy before i most certainly am now. Thats pretty much all of our Christmas stock made, i just have to top up the bath bombs & truffles and we're good to go.
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