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Soap Cubes

Oct
10

soapcubes
My latest love–I’m selling these mini blocks of creamy goat’s milk soaps, convenient for use on trips or to create an inviting, country-style display for guests in your home. Soap cubes come in Lavender & Oatmeal, Peppermint & Coffee, Beer, Lemongrass & Honey, Rosemary, Sugar & Spice, or Brown Sugar & Oats. Six cubes per package, $7. You can get them here through my website OR you can get them at—-


—-MY NEW STORE ON ETSY! I’m excited to finally have it ready.

Click here to see it: Chickens in the Road on Etsy.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 10, 2016  

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  1. 10-11
    8:04
    pm

    How exciting!! I checked it all out and everything looks AMAZING!!! I have a question because I’ve never tasted goats milk, or eaten anything made with it, is there a different taste to the fudge?

  2. 10-13
    6:32
    am

    :happyflower:
    I have told Santa that all of my “gifts” can be found online at your store, fudge, candles, body butter and these adorable soap cubes, Perfection.

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