Friday, July 30, 2010

My Friday Giveaway

For your chance to win a selection from my small range of handmade soap, all you have to do is:

#leave a comment on this post
#be a follower,
#if you aren't a follower, please become one and let me know. 
 The winner will be chosen at random next Friday
 6th August.

This giveaway is open worldwide.

About my soap: I make this cold pressed soap from scratch in my kitchen in Brisbane using the highest quality vegetable and essential oils I can source. I do not use fragrances only essential oils and there are no artificial additives in my soap. Each small batch is hand stirred and hand cut by me and no two pieces will be alike. Each slice is natural and unique and if they are too big, simply cut in half!

In addition to the soaps is a handbook called 'essentially clean' produced by Toni Oliver from Sydney, Australia.
It's an easy guide to cleaning naturally.
 A wonderful and easy read how to replace toxic commercial products with your own effective, sweet smelling recipes.

Good luck!

Thea and Sami's cottage garden print makes an excellent fabric choice today for my small vintage side table. I love this little glass top table from a previous post as I can change the fabric to suit my obsessive whims!

Have a wonderful weekend!


Thea said...

Wow! I love the table!

brismod said...

Great giveaway Pam! Put me in the running!!

vintage mum said...

More Lovely soap, I was pleased when you put world wide :)
Enjoy the weekend
Cate x

kyliept said...

Count me in! :)

Suz said...

When I opened your post and saw the soap picture, I had to stop myself from leaning forward to smell it. (It's a picture!)

I'd love to go in the draw! I also love your table idea. Being able to change the fabric on a whim is a great idea!

melissa said...

Mmm yummy I love handmade soap, the table looks great too, nice fabric!

Trish said...

I love your blog, I found you thru Fun & Vj's. Your soap looks fabulous. Im a new follower.

vladika said...

hello Pam! sooo nice soap! and the table is amazing!

A Treasured Past said...

Hi Pam,

thanks for visiting my blog..its nice to meet you. I'm glad you like my collections :)

Oh, and what a lovely giveaway, your handmade soaps look amazing!

Hope you come back soon, I am also planning a giveaway in a few weeks, bye Tamara x

Pearl Maple said...

Handmade soaps are a delightful treat.

Life in the Country Lane said...

Hi Pam. I have become a follower after reading about you on Thea & Sami's blog. Love the table. The soaps look divine. Have a lovely weekend.

Tara said...

OOH,your soap looks divine..Please enter me.I've just become a follower and would like to invite you to pop over and visit my blog..xx

Brenda Leyland said...

Wow! I could almost smell those soaps.

I popped over from Mandy's... your name "bayside Rose' caught my eye. I see you love English Country... my fav!

Jenevieve said...

Your soaps look so great, just found you and added myself as a follower.

Please come over and visit my blog! :) x

Beach Vintage said...

Your soaps love divine. Welcome to blogland, I came here from Thea. You have a new follower!

Carmel said...

Your soap looks delicious. I would have to stop myself from eating it.
Have a lovely weekend.

fisiwoman said...

Enter me please! I'm a new follower via google, as fisiwoman.

Ana Belén R.M

theoldboathouse said...

Hi Pam, great giveaway...I feel very greedy but count me in for sure. I have only used the little soaps so far, the others are just too pretty to open and I have them on my shelves in the bathroom. Looks like the new camera is working well, love the pic of the poppy, just stunning, cheers Katherine

Janelle said...

What a great giveaway, Pam. Would love to win some of your fabulous soap.
Best wishes,

Christine said...

Ohh love handmade soap! Have tried to make it once myself but it didn't turn out half as nice as yours look Pam! Count me in on the giveaway - I'm already a follower! Christine xo

Cornflake said...

Oh yay! I'm not too late for your giveaway Pam. How lush, homemade soap. Such a luxury! :-)

I agree with you about the glass top table, they're great for changing your look with different fabrics. Loving the grey fabric you've choosen, very sophisticated!