Eric has been using solely our soaps and sugar scrubs, and noticed tonight that all the callouses on his hands are gone. As he was "lamenting" their loss, he commented, "I'm glad I'm not a guitarist." They need their callouses, y'see.
Tonight, I finished the batch of Cafe Mocha Scrub for the Halloween in December event this Sunday evening. It's... it's... OK, I'll say it, it's great. It smells of the brown sugar, coffee, cocoa, and spices from which it's made. Eric says that he plans to use it every morning because the spiced coffee scent helps him wake up. And there's nothing like waking up to the smell of fresh coffee, is there?
I couldn't stop there, though. Oh, no! We now also have a batch of When Life Hands You Lemons Scrub. This one is my personal favorite, because I just love citrus. I'm in heaven with the scent of light homemade lemonade to wake me up in the morning. And yes, I squeezed the lemon juice myself!
The jars and tags make them look so gorgeous too.
So you figure then we went to bed, yes? No! No, because we wanted candles. We already made a few Chocolate Decadence candles for the gift baskets we'll be bringing to Halloween in December, one as a prize for the silent auction and two for sale. These candles are mottled mahogany brown and scented with Fudge Brownie and Vanilla Hazelnut. Yum!
And we already had our Thanksgiving Harvest candles, in a deep mottled orange-red, with an apple spice scent...
Photos will follow tomorrow!