Tuesday, September 29, 2009

The Bubble Maker

You might have noticed the SHE team button in my sidebar. SHE stands for Schooling at Home Etsians and is one of the many Esty "street teams." A street team is formed to network, share skills, and promote their shops.

Not only are they a lot of fun, but all the SHE's are so helpful and encouraging. Case in point: When I was pondering which heirloom tomato to try, Teresa from Smokey Mountain Scents was quick to recommend her favorite heirloom, Cherokee Purple tomatoes.

Not only that, but she offered to send me some of her seeds. From her very own tomatoes. For free.

Just like that, peoples!

And so the little seeds from Tennesse made their way to a garden in Wyoming. Where they proved themselves worthy in a climate very unfriendly to tomatoes.

And here they are, in all their beautiful tomato glory:

Oh, mercy. They taste so good. I think I have a new favorite. And seed swapping has found a new fan.

But I just can't let you go without showing you a few yummies from Smokey Mountain Scents. Her shop is filled with all manner of handmade soaps, lotions, candles, and fizzies. Most of which look good enough to eat for breakfast!!

Like this Candy Corn soap

And Iced Pumpkin Spice.... SOAP. Doesn't it look yummy?

Pumpkin Spice Candles to match your soap.

So pop over and visit the bubble maker herself :)

Please visit Works For Me Wednesday for more great tips and ideas.

3 comments:

smokeymountainscents said...

Shelley,

Wowza!! Your toms did beautiful...makes me hungry just seeing them. The Amish melons you sent me were delish!!!! Thank you so much for showing my goodies on your blog!!!

Teresa

Cheryl said...

too cool you guys...love it!

and Shelley... your candy corn mix was a big hit at work!

Shelley said...

We were amazed how well they did here, Teresa! So thankful you recommended them.

Glad they liked it Cheryl:)

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