Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Holiday Boutique Fair

Come one, come all! It's a holiday boutique fair in Utah County.

Featuring, MOI! Ok, so I'm not a ctually listed on the flyer or anything, but really the main event at this boutique fair is my handmade soaps. Not the bead jewelry you can make yourself to match every outfit(or buy ready made) , not the Modbe clothing that slims and covers, not the Scentsy stuff that drives the stink from your house (only if your house has stink, of course). It's not even the whatever else is listed on the flyer. It's ME and MY SOAPS. So if you live in Utah county or Salt Lake County or Washington County or Cache County or any of the other counties that I don't know the names of that are within, say, 6 hours driving distance, grab a friend, a mom, a daughter, two more friends, and some money and carpool your gorgeous selves over to our boutique in Pleasant Grove this Thursday from noon to 8pm. I'll give you a good deal on soaps, I promise. I can't promise anything from the Scentsy lady, though. Getting rid of stink is a top-dollar industry.

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Ok, gotta go make 200 soaps by tomorrow. Ciao!





10 comments:

Tanja said...

Wow, you are going to be busy! Those are beautiful though, me likey!

P.S. Have you received your ornament?!?

tiburon said...

You better get crackin!

Suzie said...

Gorgeous, Arianne!
I can almost smell them from here...is that Oatmeal?
mmmmm.

MiaKatia said...

Lovely! Unfortunately I am just past the driving distance range...

Brenda said...

Your soap is just too pretty to use.

Koreena said...

You're soaps are always so cute. I love 'em.

Chelsea said...

So fun! I hope you sell a LOT!

I just started making tarts à la Scentsy. It's really fun and man, does my house smell good!

André said...

Did you finish yet? Jen was going to buy some of your soaps as a thank-you for the sisters-in-law who threw her the baby shower, but I didn't get around to looking at them until too late. They do look boutique-y.

Christie said...

That soap is gorgeous! I actually made some for Christmas gifts this year. HObby Lobby had their melt and pour 1/2 off a few weeks ago - I made a TON of soap for $15.

Sara said...

I love you soaps, hope you sell a lot of them!