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From Our Friends at Bramble Berry

Aug
23


The wonderful people at Bramble Berry Soap Making Supplies sent this lovely box including class supplies such as essential and fragrance oils and coconut oil AND ALSO these cute little sample-size two-packs as goody bag items for every CITR Retreat 2011 attendee. The scents included are Eucalyptus Blossom and Orange Grove. YUM. Lucky attendees! They are getting so much good loot! (Thank you, Bramble Berry! Give them a visit–here!)


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 23, 2011  

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  1. 8-23
    4:17
    pm

    :snoopy: wonderful people !!! :sheep:

  2. 8-23
    4:43
    pm

    I have purchased from them on three occasions. Wonderful service and very good product. If you’re in the need of supplies, check them out.

  3. 8-23
    4:58
    pm

    Man I wish I lived close enough to go to all of the cool events for Bloggers.

  4. 8-23
    5:32
    pm

    Wow, those people who are flying to the retreat better bring an empty suitcase for all the goodies they’ll be toting home.

  5. 8-23
    5:36
    pm

    Ahem! With all this wonderful loot, we who are not attending expect the attendees to have not only a great time for themselves, but a great time for those of us who will not be there…
    You’re hereby charged to learn much, make outlandishly silly mistakes, laugh until your sides hurt, eat like there’s no tomorrow, and make new friends for life.

  6. 8-23
    9:37
    pm

    :checks email from Cindy P:

    YEP, signed up for Soapmaking too!! Whoopeee!!

  7. 8-23
    10:08
    pm

    Love your comment, Bonita. Brambleberry is absolutely awesome! Thanks to them, and I’ll be headed there to purchase supplies again soon!

  8. 8-23
    11:36
    pm

    Aww, man. Wish I could be there. I mean I REALLY wish I could be there. Well, mayhaps you’ll do it again next year and I can make it then.

    That was wonderful for them to send those supplies for the attendees!

    Hope those that are there have a WONDERFUL time. You guys take lots of pictures and then post them for the rest of us!

  9. 8-24
    12:58
    am

    What Bonita said! And, like Darlene, I certainly hope to make it next year or the year after!!!

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