As far as I am concerned, there are two types of people in this world: those who loathe glitter and those who want to bathe in it.
I've made some sparkly, glittery, shiny, smelly, rose-budded bubble bath for the latter.
If you see someone with red sparkle, you'll know they were on my Christmas list.
P.S. These remind me of the year I had $36 to spend on all of my Christmas gifts. If memory serves, most of that was spent on toiletries that were rationed and prettily re-packaged. It stinks not having money, but it is painful not having money during the holidays. If your holiday funds are tight, I'm sorry. I know exactly what that's like. You'll get through. Everything will be ok. I promise.
Oh My! Roses and glitter and a warm bubbly bath...Heaven!ReplyDelete
One can never have too much glitter!ReplyDelete
Lucky people on your Christmas list!ReplyDelete
Sometimes there are no words ( but there are big happy sighs)ReplyDelete
I will be on the look out for those red glitter girls! lol Being on a disability pension my funds are very limited for spending, but I do make some pretty awesome presents, but nothing like glitter bath stuff. Sounds like fun,purple for lavender folks, red for roses, and so on. What a lovely idea! lolReplyDelete
These are so sweet. I love glitter too and having red glitter is so fun. Your containers are beautiful.ReplyDelete
You make me smile ear to glittery ear. Your potion sounds delicious! One year me and all my sibs and their kids went to Disney world, we were all down in FL visiting my 80 yr. old grandma for her birthday. I thought the greatest thing I'd ever seen was some glitter suntan lotion, so I slathered that puppy on all over the place. All day I was getting some pretty strange and amused looks, and by the time I finally made it to a mirror, I almost lost my teeth laughing looking at the glowing fluorescent green glittery alien princess (predominant glitter color was that ethereal pale green)! A proud moment and totally crazy me. Ah, family memories....gotta love itReplyDelete
The best gifts don't cost money...they are from the heart and from your craft room. :):)ReplyDelete