Sunday, February 1, 2009

Taking a Trip Through Grandma's Kitchen

Today brought another little trip to my stash from CountryHeartGifts. This time, I decided to try out a little gem called Grandma's Kitchen. And once again, I was not dissappointed.

There was an underlying scent of cinnamon that was warming without being overpowering. It added something to the overall fruitiness that made me want to take the time to really inhale the smells of this creation. It is very much like a nice cobbler and reminded me of my grandmother's kitchen; something I haven't smelled since my young childhood.

And Country Heart really knows how to make a good soap. The lather is creamy and luscious. The scents fill the shower. There is nothing drying and I don't feel itchy in the aftermath of the shower. I have to be honest with you, there is NOTHING worse than a drying soap in the winter time.

Two soaps tried by Country Heart and two very much enjoyed. Now get over there and buy some.


  1. OK, I am totally loving your blog. I am currently on the lookout for some new soap to try. I've been drying out lately, and I discovered that the sodium lauryl sulfate and my skin don't mix. I am about to march forward into the world of glycerine soaps.

    But here's what I'm wondering: have you found a good wisteria soap? That is my absolute favorite smell in the world, but it's hard to find.

  2. Ok, I have not tried one but I can recommend the craft of these peeps.

    Soap rules

  3. Oh, AWESOME! I am going to order both of these, and I will let you know how they go. The glycerine-milk based soap sounds perfect. I can't wait to see how they smell.

    Soap rules, but so do you.

  4. Cool. I cannot wait to hear. You can even be a guest blogger. I miss you Haley. I want to go back to high school