Spring is a great time to try new products and that is exactly what I have been doing! With a wedding on the horizon, I have been testing the waters for beauty products to use on, as well as before, the big day. Skincare has been a big focus of mine recently. I have never had a good skincare routine and figured six months before my wedding was the time to start one!
In my April Must-Have's you can find Mario Badescu Facial Spray, a Freeman's Green Tea +Orange Blossom Face Mask, Lush's Scrubee body butter, imPress press-on gel manicure, and the cutest pineapple cocktail shaker for summer!
One of my favorite things to crochet for spring, and to have on my craft fair tables, is my mesh soap saver bags! They are so quick and easy to make. And with all of the Lily Sugar N'Cream 100% Cotton Yarn colors available, there are so many pretty color combinations.
These soap savers come in very handy. They work just like washcloths except they save every last bit of your soap. No more wasting the last little bit of a bar that always ended up falling apart and being lost down the drain. These soap savers collect every little bit. And the mesh pattern feels super soft and is great for scrubbing in the shower.
Now, I'm sharing my pattern for these easy and fun crochet mesh soap savers! They only take an hour to whip up and make perfect presents, especially when paired with my crochet bath poufs! Try them out and let me know what you think in the comments below.
I'm super excited to announce that Beanies & Weenies is officially hitting the market scene again!
After nearly 4 long years, I have decided to bring my Beanies & Weenies booth back to the market. Specifically, the HomeGrown-Handmade Market in Tarboro, North Carolina.
I love the HomeGrown-Handmade Market! Founded last year by April Williams of Pretty Rugged Designs, another business local to Tarboro, it doesn't just focus on locally grown produce like many farmer's markets. A large part of it's vendors are comprised of handmade items which is what I love! It is giving me a great opportunity now that I have finished college and moved back home to meet more local customers, take custom orders, and offer free pick-up instead of having to charge for shipping.
Starting this Saturday, April 7th, you'll be able to find me and my Beanies & Weenies booth at the HomeGrown-Handmade Market every other Saturday and some Wednesdays. Follow Beanies & Weenies on Facebook to see a calendar with all of my market dates.
I hope to see you all there!
I'm Jennifer, a 21 year-old crochet, DIY, and marketing enthusiast who loves sharing my projects and travel and lifestyle posts with the world. I also help people start their own blogging journey through my business, JHB Communications.
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