Friday, September 9, 2011

Handcrafted Soaps, Bath Products, Jewelry and More

Bale & Twine Store for Handcrafted GoodsHere where I live, it's really hot right now. This week is supposed to bring record temperatures and everywhere you go people are sweltering from the heat.

In this part of the country, air conditioning is pretty rare, too.

We just don't really have this kind of weather very often and so having AC in your home isn't all that justified since it only gets used a week or two out of the entire year.


So, what I've noticed this week (and every summer around this time of year) is a lot of sweaty, stinky people. (I have a super sensitive nose.)

That makes this the perfect time to introduce a soap store!

During the heat, I usually take a couple of showers a day. I like smelling good and I love all-natural soap and bath products. Bale & Twine is a website where you can find just that!

Bale & Twine Store for Handcrafted GoodsBale & Twine offers a variety of products from their "Baregoods" handcrafted jewelry to soy candles, painted silks by Maggie Holmes and more. But, what I'm particularly drawn to on this site is their "Baresuds" handmade and hand-cut soaps made with simple, pure ingredients.

These soaps come in a variety of scents and ingredients. There are citrus soaps and goat milk soaps, floral soaps and soothing soaps and more! They also offer bath fizzies, body lotions and lip balms!

The site's jewelry is also beautiful and the painted silks are breathtaking, so stop by and take a look around their site, click on links, explore and discover.

There's gifts for him, for her and much more!


YOU CAN CLICK ON THE PICTURES ABOVE TO VISIT THE BALE AND TWINE WEBSITE AND TAKE A LOOK AROUND OR, IF YOU PREFER, YOU CAN CLICK RIGHT HERE!

If you like what you see in the Bale & Twine's website, you may also enjoy visiting the Bale & Twine blog or stopping by to say hi on Facebook or Twitter!

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