Thursday, February 12, 2009

The Copper Cauldron: Best Damn $2.00 I've Spent In Ages!

Project Wonderful really is wonderful. It's introduced me to some new shops and followers, and it's starting to off-set some of my own advertising expenses. One of my regular bidders is someone I just only discovered, The Copper Cauldron. Where have I been that I've never heard of her? Glenda The Good (I don't know her real name) has a wonderful blog and an Etsy shop. We're now following each other's blogs, and last week something caught my eye: $2.00 Grab Bags!! I am a sucker for a bargain. I don't care if it's ugly or imperfect. For $2.00 who the heck cares??? What I got was over a pound of handmade soap. I don't know what the scents are or what the main ingredients are (besides the main soaping oils), but what I do know is it's really good soap. I took a shower this morning with that big bar on the right, and I barely had to work a lather. It was that bubbly!

I like discovering new finds. I highly recommend The Copper Cauldron. One thing though: She's in the process of moving, so her shop is temporarily closed. Good stuff...Nice!!!!

5 comments:

Bullfrogs & Butterflies Baby said...

What a steal! And the soap looks very generous in size...sorry I missed out on this one, but I've bookmarked her for next time :)

Patrice @ The Soap Seduction said...

Yeah, this was a real steal!!! She must have a ton of this soap because they sold like hotcakes! Hopefully she'll re-open soon so you can score too:-D

milk and cookeez said...

I bet its not better than yours....

Patrice @ The Soap Seduction said...

Tammy-you constantly make me blush:-D

Burnt Mill Candles and Soap said...

that is a good idea for moving the not so great looking bars.