Our Amethyst Crystal Soap in Woman’s Day Magazine
Photo thanks to my sister, Marina.
Perfect for the gardener or as a Mother’s Day gift! Scented with lemongrass essential oil, this exfoliating soap contains a real loofah slice in the middle. Great for hands, feet, or showering.
Tickets for Herbstalk are now on sale! Just $25 for the entire weekend with full access to the marketplace (where you’ll find Isa and myself) and all community classes. Not a bad deal.
Also, my teacher at Thyme Herbal, Brittany Wood Nickerson, is giving a class on Linden and my classmate Zoe Keller of One Beet will be giving a class on Cooking with Herbs. My former teachers Ryn Midura and Katja Swift are offering up a couple classes too. And my friend and former classmate Gavin McCarthy will be teaching Cannabis Medicine. So you should check all of those out too. (Unfortunately Gavin and Zoe’s classes are scheduled in the same time slot…) A full class listing is here.
Our Amethyst Crystal Soaps have been featured on Woman’s Day for Mother’s Day Gifts Under $20
One of our three special edition soaps, made with higher end essential oils and herbs. This one is made with lime peel powder and, of course, juniper essential oil.
I recently got some film developed from our trip to Austin. The roll was actually from the summer, but I finished it up in Texas. Here are two shots from a couple parks Isa and I visited. The bottom is from the very end of the roll, which became doubled, of a leaning tree at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. The top photo was taken along a trail behind the Nature & Science Center (which was very cool! They had a variety of rescued wild animals. Isa took some photos with his camera, and maybe he can upload some here).
received my giveaway prizes from thebowerstudio yesterday! i don’t think i’ll ever have the heart to ruin such nice cards with my chickenscratch handwriting. i also received a little bottle of their healing salve but already broke into it for my finger yesterday (oops)
Yay! Always love to hear from folks :)
(And today I learn that you can tag people on Tumblr.)
Photos from Renegade Craft Fair in Austin, TX.
(Much nicer and clearer shots than the ones I took with my iPad. Because Isa and I forgot to bring our camera to the event. All three days!)
All photos belong to Renegade Craft Fair. More from the event can be seen on their Flickr.