Thursday, January 28, 2010

Limited Edition Valentine Bath and Body Sets

Valentine's Day is rapidly approaching, and we have some limited edition gift sets available on Etsy and Artfire for the occassion. Just use the side bar photos to enter our shops. Most sets feature a limited edition Celtic heart soap. We only have a few of these.

Fields of Lavender Bath and Body Valentine Gift Set for Her - features a lovely reusable chocolate brown and pink striped box containing a Celtic heart soap, aromatherapy bath/massage oil, and soy candle in a tin.

Shaving Valentine Gift Set for Him - features old-fashioned shaving set in a reusable chocolate brown and pink striped box containing a natural shaving soap, a soap container with lid, and shaving brush.

Valentine Celtic Heart Soap Sets - features 3 natural glycerin Celtic heart soaps in a clear heart shaped box. Sets come in different scents. These fun sets can be given to teens and kids as well.

We make custom gift sets as well. Feel free to email us at with your request, or contact us thru Etsy or Artfire.

FOR OUR BLOG FOLLOWERS: 10% off any boxed GIFT SET in our shop, including custom sets $18 and over before shipping and sales tax. Use the following code at checkout: ValentineBlog. You may need to put the code in a message to seller. Code expires Feb. 10th.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Our Hearts Go Out to Haiti

I usually place some sort of memorial on this blog for tragedies, and Haiti is no exception. Words cannot express the unfathomable suffering this country must face. Between the massive death toll, the endless injuries and amputations, and the destruction of a city, it is hard to tell a country to hold on and you will get through this. Since words fail me, simply know I care.

On a slightly personal note, I had the opportunity of getting to know my neighbors directly across the street from my home under the most tragic of circumstances. I live in Boca Raton, FL where a number of Lynn University students set off to Haiti to do humanitarian work. The earthquake struck the Montana Hotel in Haiti and 4 young girls and two professors went missing. The others in the group were safely returned home.

My neighbor is Courtney Hayes, one of the students that did not survive the earthquake. She left a mourning family and fiancee. Although her body has not yet returned home, her parents informed my husband that a Navy seal found a lifeless body in her crumbled hotel room. She is believed to have died instantly. Although, I knew this girl merely with hellos, I can't help but be broken hearted for the young man left alone across the street.

To all those lost to this earthquake, may you rest in peace. To all those suffering in this catastrophic tragedy, may you find peace.