Monday, January 30, 2012

Homemade Vanilla Bean Soap

Handcrafted Vanilla Soap
'Tropical Vanilla Bean'


It's the next best thing to being there - in the tropics, that is. You will love the fragrance of this handcrafted bar of vanilla bean soap. Made with quality base oils, a fantastic fragrance oil, and real vanilla beans from the Tropics! Yes, from Indonesia. And, they are handshucked (for the cult followers of the movie What About Bob? - you know who you are!). You'll love the silky smooth and generous lather of Tropical Vanilla Bean Handcrafted Soap. Make sure to have these lovely bars available for your guests, and get extra bars for those upcoming birthdays and other special days.

Each bar of homemade Tropical Vanilla Bean soap comes wrapped in its own special label and is sealed in a clear cello bag to keep fragrances separate. Every bar is a special gift for someone - including you!


Ingredients: Olive Oil, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Canola Oil, Castor Oil, quality fragrance oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Distilled Water,  Java Vanilla Beans.

Note: Each hand cut soap is approximately 4 oz., usually more.

Price per bar: $4.50  (Don't miss the Buy-Five-Get-One-Free offer)

Shipping within the U.S. only. 




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...and more! Check out all my handcrafted soaps at
Homemade Soap'n'Such

This post is linked to some or all of the following: Mop it Up Mondays and Skip to My Lou and Bedazzle Me Monday and  What's in the Gunny Sack and  Making the World Cuter Mondays and Make the Scene Monday and  Made By You Monday and  Something I Whipped Up Monday and  Motivate Me Monday and  Making Monday Marvelous and Get Your Craft On and Tip Me Tuesday and  Made from Scratch Tuesday and  Take a Look Tuesday and  Tasty Tuesday and Tasty Tuesday and  Tempt My Tummy Tuesdays  and Two Maids a Baking and Overflowing With Creativity and What's Cookin' Wednesday and Cast Party Wednesday and  We Did it Wednesday  and It's a Party at Creative Princess and Link it Up Thursday and  Threading Your Way and Lisa's Gluten-Free Blog and Favorite Things Friday and I'm Lovin' it Friday and It's a Hodgepodge Friday  and Creative Bloggers and  Serenity Saturday and  Home and Family Friday

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19 comments:

Jenn said...

I wish my mom had this soap when I was growing up - I wouldn't have minded having my mouth washed out with it!! lol

Autumn said...

This is just my type of soap! Anything vanilla is good. Hmm...I'll be in touch.

Ginger Zuck said...

This soap sounds wonderful! It looks so pretty too.

Heide at ApronHistory said...

I love vanilla soap!! My Aunt makes it occasionaly and I usually talk her into sending me a bar! :)

Poppy said...

This soap looks good enough to eat! LOL I'm going to jot over to your other sites and check out your products. Lovely! So glad to find you!

laurie said...

I bet that smells terrific!

Terri @ A Creative Princess said...

How delicious! I think I wouldn't use it, but tie it around my nose! Oh, and what about Bob?

Kristi said...

YUM...I bet is smells wonderful!! Would be delighted for you to link to my brand new party: http://www.ishouldbemoppingthefloor.com/2012/01/mop-it-up-mondays-party-1.html
{HUGS},
kristi
your newest follower ; )

EmptyNester said...

And don't forget about getting some for Easter baskets! Yes, my girls are all grown up but this doesn't mean I don't have to make Easter baskets for them! And these soaps are perfect! Everyone should try them- and then they'd be hooked. Just like we are!

Ruth Kelly said...

Vanilla - yum.

Under Her Wings said...

Just finished up my vanilla bean, now using lemon verbena. I love them all!

Denise said...

Sounds wonderful.

Rachel said...

I love the vanilla scent!!

:)

Donene said...

This soap looks fantastic, I could almost smell it! Thanks for visiting and your nice comments!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

That really sounds wonderful! I love natural soaps! ♥

thistlewoodfarm said...

That soap looks wonderful! I would absolutely love it if you would link this project up to our "impossibility" party. Here's the link:

http://thistlewoodfarm.wordpress.com/2012/01/31/a-journey-of-1000-steps/

Thanks for the inspiration!

blessings,
karianne

c.w.frosting said...

Wow, those look delicious... well as delicious as soap can be!

caroline @ c.w.frosting

Terry said...

I swear I can smell the soap from here and it's amazing. Thanks for sharing at our Link It Up Thursday party.

Karah @ thespacebetweenblog said...

Love it, home made soaps are the best!

Thanks so much for linking up to the challenge!
Karah

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