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Hmmmm! What to say. You might call me a nature child. I love to bike (Hail to pedal power!!), camp, hike, garden (I can most of my own food) and just hang out. I also love to quilt, crochet, embroider and of course make soy candles, organic lotion and lip balm. I take pride in using as much USDA organic products as possible. I love being able to create healthy products and am excited at having a chance to offer them to you.

I keep prices low by making a 6 hour round trip to purchase as my premium quality supplies. The cost in gas is the equivilent of shipping 2 cases of wax (I always bring back 10 cases) as well as my fragrances, material to make wicks and jar containers. This is a HUGE savings. I also make my own wicks rather than buy the more expenisive pretabed ones. I do not count my time used in making the candles as part of the cost. I realize how tough times are and do…

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  • Born on September 8
  • Joined August 11, 2009

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Hmmmm! What to say. You might call me a nature child. I love to bike (Hail to pedal power!!), camp, hike, garden (I can most of my own food) and just hang out. I also love to quilt, crochet, embroider and of course make soy candles, organic lotion and lip balm. I take pride in using as much USDA organic products as possible. I love being able to create healthy products and am excited at having a chance to offer them to you.

I keep prices low by making a 6 hour round trip to purchase as my premium quality supplies. The cost in gas is the equivilent of shipping 2 cases of wax (I always bring back 10 cases) as well as my fragrances, material to make wicks and jar containers. This is a HUGE savings. I also make my own wicks rather than buy the more expenisive pretabed ones. I do not count my time used in making the candles as part of the cost. I realize how tough times are and do this to help you. This is how I keep prices low - just in case you were wondering(: I love making candles and seeing the smiles break out on the customers face as they take a wiff.

I started out making soy candles for myself then for co-workers. Soon co-workers and patients (I am a nurse) would overhear us talking about the healthy benefits of soy candles and cotton wicks and they started buying. I moved on to do craft shows and then a farmers market where my candles and lotions caught the eye of the local food co-op and now the essential oil candles are in the Three Rivers Food Co-op (very cool considering how strict food co-ops are!). I started out with 5 scents and now have over 200. Some are my own mix such as the New Moon, Rosemary Mint and Citrus Basil made up of essential oils.

If you would like a complete list of all of my scents including Halloween, winter and holiday scents go to:

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