Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Not just for drinking, anymore.

Bath tea! Try soaking in it. Try splashing around in it! It's a lovely experience. But don't take my word for it... it's now available in the soap shop.

And ::thank you:: to everyone who left cheery notes and personal flood stories during the Leaky, Spurty Kitchen Pipes Crisis '07, which, I am happy to report, has been swifty repaired. Commence washing dishes. And not having sink sewage everywhere. Hurrah!



Blogger Ashley said...

It looks so purty! Oh if only I had a giant rich-person sized tub (or if only I were shorter).

11:45 PM  
Blogger Brenda said...

Very cool. Are you going to make any of the salt/oil scrubs? Those are wonderful for dry skin.

1:12 AM  
Anonymous tiennie said...

Very lovely! Glad water crisis is over!

1:15 AM  
Blogger Miss Scarlett said...

Good to hear your water problems are solved.
Oh. I cannot wait to get some of that tea.
The Dionysius blend sounds fabulous - I love that it has oatmeal too. Great touch.
I'll be back!

3:09 AM  
Blogger Kristy said...

You always photograph your wares so fetchingly :) I'm glad the sink crisis is over!

9:35 AM  
Blogger Kodachrome said...

You're killing a girl who is supposed to be on a budget. First soaps, now teas? How many talents do you wield, girlfriend?!

BTW: I'm loving my soap!

11:45 AM  
Anonymous Kelly said...

ohhh look at you go!
Love it

4:03 PM  
Blogger tentenknits said...

looks so nice! i'm in the middle of moving so both bathtubs are in disarray (new and old apts) but I am SO Taking a loooong bath once I'm all in and clean...

glad your sink is fixed!

4:18 PM  
Anonymous Erin said...

The lack of sink sewage truly is something to cheer.

And the bath tea looks divine.

4:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ah drat! if only i had a bath... though i'm sure i could find some way to use it in the shower if i tried ;0)

2:58 AM  
Blogger JulieFrick said...

God. These comments. Life without a bathtub sounds like no life at all to me. I can't WAIT to try this stuff out. I'm heading down for an all-girls weekend on the farm at the end of March and if I've got it by then, I can give it the full, long soak it deserves!

10:49 AM  
Blogger Carson said...

spurty kitchen pipes?
I can empathise
not with that particular horror
but with the general feeling
glad it's fixed

8:52 PM  
Blogger Sheri at The Loopy Ewe said...

Your bath tea looks wonderful. I'll have to try that with my NEXT order. (Already planning ahead...) :-)

11:18 AM  
Blogger Leah said...

Oh my gosh that looks wonderful!!

6:38 PM  
Blogger femiknitter said...

Glad to hear that your water situation is handled--that's the worst! It used to happen in my old apartment in Boston ALL the time. Grr.

The bath teas look great! Next time I've got some spending money I will definitely be looking for some.

9:41 PM  
Blogger iSeL said...

Hope the dishes are done by now. :P
The universe is commanding me to be in Philly next Friday.

9:42 PM  
Blogger Lone Knitter said...

What a pretty pretty cupful of bath tea. How neat! Thank you so much for your purchase. You're so sweet! I think you'll love the Red Robin yarn. I already started knitting mine up and can't put it down. I'll be shipping yours out tomorrow. Hope you enjoy it!

10:20 PM  

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