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April 13, 2011


I can't wait to try this! Thank you for sharing this recipe. I love that you embellish EVERYTHING (I would never think to decorate a jar with a dangling beaded bauble.) I bet they loved the bath soaks..what a thoughtful friend you are! Take care & stay blessed. ~xoxo


I always use himalayan salt, over here we have Jamie Oliver's range of food in the supermarket, and part of that is seasoning. He has himalayan salt in a grinder, and the only reason I buy it is because it's pink!

enjoy your long baths. I'm a shower girl, for no other reason than they are speedy.


I think it's time to treat myself to a nice, warm soak in the tub:) And you make everything look so pretty; love those embellishments on the jars!

Your bath salts are beautifully presented! I am going to file this idea way for the future!!!

Simply perfect! I would love to feature this project on the National Examiner Arts & Crafts page. Please let me know, I'd like your permission to use a photo (credited to you) and link to the instructions/post. Thanks!

ahhhhhh ...

sounds lovely and thank you for sharing. :)


How did I miss this one Andrea? I felt a calm come over me looking at all the pretty pics. It's been a "catch up" day for me.

You SO should sell these in your shop, Andrea! I'm not a bath girl at all, but this could convert me. Although I'm not sure I could bring myself to open and disturb the beauty of the jar! I can almost smell it through the computer... very pretty, love the charms.

Great presentation on the bath soaks. If I have enough time in my schedule, I would also much prefer soaking in a tub while listening to music. Anyway, thanks for the recipe! And more power to you and your blog!

I like you on facebook and follow through google reader!

How long will these keep?

i agree with howard that mr eseban has done a miracle. his gardens have proved to be very useful as they have become a community center, summer camp, and urban food oasis, is no exception.

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