Tuesday, May 25, 2010

A New Adventure.

My middle daughter makes wonderful bath products and has started selling them.  She displayed her products at a craft fair this past weekend for the first time and I went along to help in what ever way I could.  Here are pictures of the products and of my beautiful daughter.
These signs were my contribution to the sale.
Her company name is Divine Origin and at this time she creates wonderful smelling, skin softening, natural products that include bath bombs and body scrubs.  She mixes the scents herself with essential oils.  My daughter  plans on setting up an Etsy shop soon but right now you can see a sampling of her products at http://www.craftisart.com/Divineoriginbath.  She has been sponsoring a child through World Vision since she was 21 and is giving 10% of any purchase made of her products to World Vision.  I have to admit I am very proud of her! 
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you are all having a wonderful week!


fuzziekit said...

That is too cool. You have a very creative family... but then again what do you expect from such a creative mom.

The Rocky Creek Scotties said...

Definitely a daughter to be proud of!! I'll check out her website.


Bee Lady said...

Gosh I haven't had time to check out your blogspot in a couple of days. Love the red. Now I used to not like red at all, I thought it was for "old" people because all of the old people in my neighborhood wanted red flowers and such. Now I love it. hmmm, wonder what that means? And your daughter's new business---GOOD FOR HER! I love anything hand made. We need to get back to that in America. Good luck to her. Cindy

Bee Lady said...

PS - Does she have anything for poison ivy? I have had it for a month now, trying to avoid going to the Doc. I don't want steroids but that seems to be the only way for me to get rid of it.

Rose said...

I just love home made products and try to buy them every chance I get. I can't remember the last time I bought soap at the store. I hope that God blesses her venture! Love the name of it.

B said...

What a wonderful thing your daughter is doing by giving back! She must be like her mother. :)