Monday, November 26, 2012

A Little Soap Party.....You Won't Want To Miss It!

Hello sweet ladies,


Today went by so fast at work. It was a sweet thing......it was really good to be back home though. When we were driving home we saw this big buck. He was out in a wheat field. Just beautiful. I was thankful I was able to get this picture of him. There was also another buck that was in the water way......with a doe we found out later. The second one was huge. 


I thought it would be fun to have a party for my sweet friend Judy, who has a wonderful blog called Cranberry Morning! We have followed each other's blog for some time.  You will be blessed if you go and become a part of her life...promise!!!!!! I have always admired her soaps. She has done well with her store called Homemade Soap'n'Such.  I asked if she would donate soap for a party, she said yes!!!!!! These are what she gave me for the party.......Olde Thyme CHRISTmas, Figgy Pudding, CHRISTmas Tea and CHRISTmas. SWEET!!!!!! Okay the party is simple. There will be two winners. Each will receive 2 bars of the soap..... they think they would like to try.

We will start the party now until 
November 29, this Thursday at noon
VOTE 1
The comment will be......if you could have two of the soaps to try, which two would they be. The first winner will receive the ones they would like. The second winner will receive what is left.....sorry!

Vote 2
Leave Judy a comment and come back and let me know you did. Go here and leave your comment at Cranberry Morning!

So let the Party begin! 

If you don't have a blog....leave soap in the subject line and email me at prairie flower farm at g mail dot com. Thank you!!!!

By the way.....Judy has a "CHRISTmas Special" going on right now at her "store on line" until December 19. You buy 5 soaps and you get one free! I love looking at her pictures of her soaps. They are beautiful! Read the instructions on her store site to order...... if you like. Homemade Soap'n'Such.


Hugs and God bless you!

Linda



88 comments:

  1. I would love to try Christmas Morning and Christmas Tea.
    I would lve to meet you someday! I lived on a farm in Michigan as a child, and have fond memories.

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  2. My two picks would be Christmas Tea and Christmas Morning. They both sound Fabulous!!!
    Love, Kandy <3

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  3. Well she certainly knows how to capture the spirit of Christmas with her names, doesn't she? I adore a good name! So I have chosen, Olde Thyme Christmas and Christmas morning. I know they must smell as good as they sound.

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  4. They all sound wonderful. I'm going with Figgy Pudding and Old Thyme Christmas. I was listening to "We wish you a Merry Christmas" tonight and can't get figgy pudding out of my head.

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  5. Stopped by Cranberry Mornin & I'm not surprised that Judy is a delight. Thank you for sharing her blog with us.

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  6. They all sound wonderful, but Figgy Pudding and Christmas morning look great! LOVE, love, homemade soaps!!

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  7. Just left a comment on her soaps at Cranberry Morning...now I need to go do some shopping for soap!

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  8. I would like to try Olde Thyme Christmas and Christmas.

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  9. Christmas Morning looks so yummmmy and I'm sure smells delicious.....;o) God Bless your talent...

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  10. I would like to try Figgy Pudding, and Christmas Morning....I love having nice fragrant soaps. Sometimes it's the little things that make us happy.

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  11. I think I'd like to try peaches 'n' almonds and peppermint.

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  12. I would love to try Old Thyme Christmas and Christmas Morning. I really like hand made soaps. I always get some wonderful ones at our County fair here in Oregon.

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  13. I would love to have Christmas Morning and Christmas Tea soaps in my shower and bathroom to bring out the marvelous childhood smells that only the Christmas season can bring...balsam, cranberries, and warm spices. Thank you, Linda, for the fabulous giveaway!

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  14. Stopped by and gave Judy some lovin' from you and me on her Cranberry Morning blog. I hope you, your family, and all of your sweet farm animals have a very blessed week!

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  15. I think that I would like to try CHRISTmas Tea and CHRISTmas Morning!

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  16. I left a comment over at Cranberry Morning!

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  17. I would love to try for Christmas Morning and Figgy Pudding.
    I also left a comment on Judy's Cranberry Morning blog.
    Thank you for the offer!
    They sound wonderful.
    Marilyn

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  18. After reading the descriptions, I would like to have Christmas Thyme and Figgy Pudding, but any of the four would be a real treat. Thank you for having the party.

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  19. I left a comment at Cranberry Morning, thanks for introducing us to her blog and soaps.

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  20. Oh my I love Judy and would love to try her soap.
    My two picks would be Figgy pudding and Christmas Morning.
    I will head over and visit her now.
    Woolie Hugs to you Friend
    Trace


    www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

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  21. Oh let's see. All of Judy's soaps look good enough to eat, Id have to coose Christmas Morning and Christmas Thyme. Any of them would look great in my antique soap dish. Think Ive found another blog to follow!! Thanks Linda:)

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  22. I would love to try Figgy Pudding, and Old Thyme Christmas, I left a comment on Judy's blog. Thanks for hosting a party!!

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  23. I would love to try the chritmas morning and christmas tea.They all sound good though.Stopped over and left a comment.Warm Blessings!~Amy

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  24. Good morning Linda! What a lovely give away! I would like CHRISTmas Morning and CHRISTmas Tea!

    Blessings,
    Gert

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  25. Linda..Hello! I stopped over to Judy's blog and left her a message! What a lovely blog she has! These soaps sound so scrumpous!

    Blessings,
    Gert

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  26. Hmmmmm. Let's try Christmas Thyme & Christmas Morning :)

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  27. Hi Linda,

    This is great..I love home made soap! =) I would 'try' Olde Thyme Christmas and Christmas Morning as well.

    I left a comment on Judy's blog.

    Bless you today,
    Susanna Y.

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  28. I think I would like to try the Figgy Pudding and Christmas Morning.

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  29. If I should win I would love Christmas Morning and Figgy Pudding!

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  30. I left Judy a comment at Cranberry Morning. I am going to drop back over and take a look at some more of her soaps. Have a great day.

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  31. I vote for Old Thyme Christmas and Christmas Tea. I strive to keep our Christmas focused on the real meaning, and try to instill family traditions each year. Although we cannot have a real tree here now, I do decorate my tree with homemade ornaments. As for the "tea" part, one of our traditions is to make a hot cranberry punch. It reminds me of the tea mix my mother used to mix during Christmas's past, with Tang in it.

    I'm heading over to see Judy's blog and post a comment.

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  32. I've been thinking about buying some handmade soaps for Christmas gifts and winning the Christmas fragrances would be a delight! I'd chooose the Christmas Tea and Christmas Morning fragrances if my name were chosen.

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  33. I stopped by Judy's blog and left a comment. Of course, I had to browse her online soap shop...such lovely fragrances to choose from!

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  34. I left Judy a message - isn't it great fun to make a living doing something you love?!

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  35. I love the names of these soaps!!!! If I am chosen, I would love to try Christmas morning and Olde Thyme Christmas. And, I would just like to thank you for writing your blog!!! It perks me up whenever I am feeling a little down. Even though we have never met in person, I feel like we are friends. Thank you!!! I am so glad you love Jesus:)

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  36. All Judy's soaps sound delicious... I mean, delicious-smelling! It would be hard to choose, but I think Christmas Morning and Olde Tyme Christmas both sound wonderful!

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  37. I would love to have the Figgy Pudding and Christmas Tea soaps..they all sound wonderful!!
    Nancy Narma
    temderheart@echoes.net

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  38. I'd like to try the Figgy Pudding and Christmas Morning. I've always wanted to try home made soaps!

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  39. I am a subscriber to Cranberry Morning and have left a comment.
    I made a mistake with my email address previously..
    it should read:
    tenderheart@echoes.net
    Thanks,Nancy Narma

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  40. Oh what a fun party. Thank you Linda and Judy. I would love Figgy Pudding and CHRISTmas Tea. elaine1255(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  41. I commented over on Judy's blog. elaine1255(at)yahoo(dot)com. Thanks again.

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  42. I would love to try CHRISTmas Tea and CHRISTmas Morning - thank you.

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  43. I love nice smelling soaps! I'd like to try figgy pudding and Christmas Morning!

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  44. I left a comment over at Cranberry Morning.

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  45. Figgy Pudding & Christmas Morning sound heavenly! I am going over right now to leave a comment & check out her blog!

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  46. Christmas Tea and Figgy Pudding. Sound so good. I will go over and leave a comment at Cranberry Morning. Love the name! Love you sis, Shannon

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  47. figgy pudding and old thyme Christmas for me!! judy's 'cranberry' blog is delightful...i love anything cranberry!! i must get back to my simpleGifts blog...i've been knitting so much i only get posted to fb... my prayer shawl ministry is very busy!! now a need for knitted baby blankets! just turned in several this morning! enjoy following you here...
    God Bless.
    ^)^ linda

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  48. left a comment on judy's cranberry morning and subscribed!
    ^)^ linda

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  49. Love your Christmas cover photo. I love white. It's so pretty at Christmas. Went to the Cranberry site and left a comment. I love handmade soaps and so does my sister-in-love. Makes a perfect gift. My two favorites would be Christmas Tea and Olde Thyme Christmas. Merry Christmas!

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  50. I would love the chance to win the "Olde Thyme Christmas" soap and the "Figgy Pudding" soap. I checked out the site and there were so many I would love to try. I'm putting her under my "favorites" list. I will go now and leave a comment on Cranberry Mornings site. Thanks and Merry Christmas!

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  51. Ooh - they all sound yummy! I think I'd most like to try Old Thyme Christmas and Christmas Tea

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  52. Thanks for having a soap party. I would try the Figgy Pudding & Christmas Tea

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  53. I posted on Cranberry Morning's blog & emailed you my addy. Thanks

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  54. Linda, I've enjoyed meeting all your ladies who've come to visit at Cranberry Morning!!♥♥

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  55. I would love to try the Old Thyme Christmas and the Christmas soaps! I love handmade soap, thanks for hosting such an awesome party!

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  56. I left a comment on Judy's blog, now to check out her etsy store!

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  57. I would pick Figgy Pudding and Christmas Tea.

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  58. I left a comment on Judy's blog.

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  59. Hi Linda, so sweet of you to do this! I would choose the Christmas Morning and the Old Thyme Christmas. Thank you!

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  60. Hi Linda, just stopping back to let you know I stopped by Judy's blog and left a comment. What a cute Advent wreath she made! Thanks for the introduction.

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  61. Hi Linda,
    Thank you for having a party! My choose of soaps would be Christmas Tea and Christmas Morning. All four sound great!

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  62. Hi Linda,
    I stopped by Cranberry Morning and enjoyed seeing her different soaps.

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  63. I receive the Cranberry Morning blog email daily along with yours! I would love to try the Christmas Tea and Christmas Morning soaps. Left Judy a comment also. Thanks, Linda - always love a party!

    Susan Lindeman (no blog) kslindeman@aol.com

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  64. Christmas morning and Christmas tea

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  65. left a comment at Judy's

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  66. Christmas Tea and Christmas Morning would be my choices. They all look so wonderful. One can almost smell them!

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  67. Just left a comment for Judy at Cranberry Morning as well. What fabulous soaps! I think I need to go back there and do a little shopping!

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  68. How fun! I would pick Old Thyme Christmas and Christmas morning! I also left a comment at Cranberry Morning. What a fun blog! Have a wonderful day!

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  69. Oh these soaps look wonderful and if I were lucky enough to win I would love to try , Christmas Tea and Christmas morning ,thanks so much for the chance.

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  70. Linda, so glad your day back Monday went so fast! That must mean you were busy and having fun! Hope the rest of the week is the same as Monday! Wow! your party sounds fun! Those soaps look awesome, I can almost smell them! I would love to win the Olde Thyme Christmas and the Figgy Pudding! (I love figs)!
    I sure hope I win!

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  71. I stopped by Cranberry Morning blog and love her soaps!
    I hope I win!
    I am going back now to shop!
    Hugs and Blessings Linda, And thanks for the party!
    Always love your parties!
    Carol

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  72. These soaps look wonderful! Would love the
    Figgy Pudding and Christmas Morning.

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  73. Left a comment at Cranberry Morning!

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  74. I think Christmas Morning and Figgy Pudding sound like neat soaps to try.

    Nancy M.

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  75. Visited Cranberry Morning and left a comment. Thanks for an opportunity to win.

    Nancy M.

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  76. I would love the Figgy Pudding and Christmas Morning! How fun!

    Blessings,
    Sharon

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  77. What a wonderful treat! I'd like to try Olde Thyme Christmas and Figgy Pudding.

    Michelle

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  78. I left a comment over at Cranberry Morning. Thank you for introducing us to her blog and soaps.

    Michelle

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  79. Figgy Pudding please! they sound fabulous.

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  80. Christmas Morning & Figgy Pudding sound great.

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  81. Hi Linda, whoa I almost missed the party! I love the sound of the Christmas Tea and Christmas morning, but I would love to have any of them!

    Barb

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  82. Linda, I left a comment at Judy's blog, I must try her soaps! they sound divine!

    Barb

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  83. Michelle Lucas SolizNovember 29, 2012 at 6:55 AM

    Hi Linda. I left a comment on Judy's blog. Her soaps not only sound luscious but look beautiful! I really want to try some. If I'm blessed enough to win then my choices would be Olde Thyme Christmas and Figgy Pudding....yum!!!

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  84. Oh My! I am imagining the scent of all four and my mouth waters and I can only imagine the wonderful way they would smell! I would love any of them but my favorite would be Christmas Morning and Figgy Pudding. I will leave Judy a Comment on her Blog! You are such a Blessing to all of us!! God Bless

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  85. I would say Christmas Tea and Christmas. Oh this is fun!!
    Linda, prayers for your day!!
    Thank you!
    Linda in Wichita

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  86. I would love to try Christmas Tea and Old Thyme Christmas. They sound absolutely wonderful. I am a huge fan of Judy's soaps. They are fantastic in every way.

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  87. I would love to try Old Thyme Christmas and Christmas Tea. Thanks to you and to Judy for your generosity.
    nancyr

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