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Uses for a Lavender Pouch

On the Soap Cabin stall we sell little pouches of Lavender, so here is a run-down of what you can use them for:

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  • Hang one in your wardrobe to keep your clothes smelling fresh (and moth-free!)
  • Put one in your drawer
  • Put one under your pillow to help you sleep
  • Put them around your home instead of artificially scented pot pourri
  • Hang them where you need a natural insect repellent
  • Carry in your handbag for on the go relaxation during the day

NB. After 3 months, squeeze the bag to refresh the scent

Happy New Year!

Christmas seemed to come and go in a flash! I guess there was so much to do beforehand, what with present shopping, getting a window replaced, collecting a pre-ordered panettone from Little Chalfont and getting stock ready for our various Christmas fairs, that once Christmas day came, we could finally relax with an amazing dinner and fun games at my brother’s house in Watford. Boxing day saw a trip to see family in Sussex. We managed to see Exodus at Vue at Woodside, Phantom of the Opera in London and new year fireworks at Croxley Green!

Little Fox starts again in April, so we have a bit of a breather until then, but in that time we have a large order to get on with, Rebel Pebble to stock and supplies to order… A good time to get organised!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And….relax

Well, the Christmas rush is finally over for us here at The Soap Cabin, so we can kind of relax now until it all starts again next year! It has been a crazy few weeks getting our stock ready for the Christmas fairs and Rebel Pebble, as well as all the orders that started to trickle through website. We sold out of a few of our popular items, such as Lemongrass & Lime soap, the body butters and our new Soothing Skin Balm, which has been very popular among eczema sufferers.

As we have been able to slow down a bit, we managed to get along to the Rickmansworth Christmas Evening and the fabulous Carols by Batchworth Lock, which were lots of fun, and it’s great when you spot familiar faces around town. The Soap Cabin Christmas Meal took place this year at The Pennsylvanian in Rickmansworth…again. We also managed to get some Wooden Soap Cutting guide blocks made by the skilled Barry Lawrence of Crafty Ideas (a Little Fox regular) so that we can start to cut our soaps straight (!) and more evenly… Time to start booking in next year’s markets.

We hope you have a great Christmas and see you in 2015!

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