Canadian Pride Soap

CA$3.95+

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Item details

Handmade

Materials

corn oil, castor oil, coconut oil, shea butter, rice bran oil, micas, almond fragrance, glycerin soap, grass fed tallow, hydrolyzed silk

This soap has all the colours of the rainbow and is scented with a lovely powdery almond fragrance with light floral notes.
This patriotic soap has deep meaning to me personally and I am so happy to be able to present it to you in my store this year. The lines are imperfect as each of us are yet beautiful to behold just like a rainbow. Happy Canada Day Eh!

To watch me make this soap click here...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-m7WUQp3Gw

If you are an American and wonder what Canada Day is all about here is a funny YouTube video that I think both Canadians and Americans can get a little chuckle from...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biq0NAF2e60

Canada Day commemorates the signing of the British North America Act (today known as the Constitution Act, 1867) which created Canada. The statutory holiday is celebrated every July 1st, and was, for a time, called Dominion Day. It marks the anniversary of the confederation of three British colonies into four provinces: The United Province of Canada (Ontario and Quebec), New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. To see how Canada Day is celebrated in various parts of the country, go to its official site.

Here in British Columbia, July is the beginning of Pride festivities. Thus the design of my soap. To me rainbows represent love and acceptance in all it's different forms. It is beautiful and it's symbol has deep meaning to many different cultures from all walks of life and all of those meanings are positive. One thing that makes me very happy about Canadian foreign policy is that both Liberals and Conservatives have had strong policies to defend #LBGTQ rights .
This soap has all the colours of the rainbow and is scented with a lovely powdery almond fragrance with light floral notes.
This patriotic soap has deep meaning to me personally and I am so happy to be able to present it to you in my store this year. The lines are imperfect as each of us are yet beautiful to behold just like a rainbow. Happy Canada Day Eh!

To watch me make this soap click here...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-m7WUQp3Gw

If you are an American and wonder what Canada Day is all about here is a funny YouTube video that I think both Canadians and Americans can get a little chuckle from...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biq0NAF2e60

Canada Day commemorates the signing of the British North America Act (today known as the Constitution Act, 1867) which created Canada. The statutory holiday is celebrated every July 1st, and was, for a time, called Dominion Day. It marks the anniversary of the confederation of three British colonies into four provinces: The United Province of Canada (Ontario and Quebec), New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. To see how Canada Day is celebrated in various parts of the country, go to its official site.

Here in British Columbia, July is the beginning of Pride festivities. Thus the design of my soap. To me rainbows represent love and acceptance in all it's different forms. It is beautiful and it's symbol has deep meaning to many different cultures from all walks of life and all of those meanings are positive. One thing that makes me very happy about Canadian foreign policy is that both Liberals and Conservatives have had strong policies to defend #LBGTQ rights .

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jenspice1

Victoria, British Columbia

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