After Amy of Great Cakes Soapworks held her now famous soap challenges, she gave willing participants a chance to swap 1-2 bars of soap with another challenge participant. I had the chance to swap with Sindy from Sinfully Sweet Soap. Well, I sent my 2 bars of soap right before leaving for Atlanta, and when I returned I found 5 soaps plus 1 in a separate shipping box from Sindy. Talk about generous!
Well, it was quite exciting pulling those beauties out of the box and I wanted to share them with you.
Each one smells lovely. They are beautifully colored and topped with hearts and glitter. I had to fight my daughter off of the soaps and promise her the pink one at the very least. It was too girly for my tween to stand and she just had to have it.
So here’s a little shout out and thank you to Sindy. You can check out her treasures on her website by clicking here.
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