April 15, 2013

Am I The Only One?


Sometimes, I think I must be the ONLY one who thinks things like Calendula infusing in the sun is beautiful; that new projects are exciting-full of possibilities, anticipating the outcome is such a driving force for me, and then finally the satisfaction of things turning out just as you imagined-priceless. Two of my new products are starting to take shape, and that is such a gratifying thing.

9 comments:

Lavarie - der Seifenblog said...

Oh no, I LOVE such projects and I infuse Calendula as well as some other herbs and flowers. I love using these oils for salves, Lipbalm and all things that benefit from the plants properties :-)

Caron. Michelle. Somers said...

I'm the same way I get excited about the idea, the process and the final outcome. Isn't creativity a wonderful thing?

Tierra Verde Handmade Soap said...

Infusion is such an easy and effective way to get all kinds of fabulous results for salves,creams,lotions,balms etc. I love it! I recently made a salve with an infusion of Calendula and Chamomile-I am loving it!

Tierra Verde Handmade Soap said...

Hi Michelle,

So sorry that you had trouble. They all came thru so I'm not sure what the problem was,hopefully you won't have anymore issues.

Thanks for stopping by.

I'd say you have loads of creativity-your soaps are beautiful. I see them in Treasuries all the time. :-)

Anne-Marie said...

You definitely aren't the only one! I'm a huge fan of natural herbs and colorants in the sunshine. =)

Tierra Verde Handmade Soap said...

@ Anne-Marie,Michelle and Lavarie-
So good to know I am not alone-my family thinks it a bit odd(they definitely don't get it.lol!

Marieke said...

I have a jar of olive oil with calendula sitting on the window sill just for decoration. We didn't have much sun in the Netherlands these last couple of months but yesterday it was shining bright. My jar looked beautiful!

Tierra Verde Handmade Soap said...

@ Marieke-I can't wait for the yummy goodness that this batch of infused oil will add to my product and in the meantime-I love to see it on my window sill.

Elaine Massad said...

I totally understand and that's what makes us creative people. It's so rewarding.