Fig, Wildflower and Woodsmoke Soap - Set of Three
Fig soap: Colored by french green clay, this soap is a fruity-green-herbal dream and a prolific latherer.
Wildflower soap: This bar of soap is like walking through warm fields of roses, carnations, daisies and violets. We used lavender, roses, calendula and chamomile to dress this soap up, and boy howdy, it’s beautiful!
Woodsmoke soap: In the winter, my blankets and sweaters smell like woodsmoke, we spend the warmer months in preparation mode so we have it. Not only reminding us of keeping warm, but also of the warm times, with bonfires, with the best people, cool drinks and old tee shirts. This soap is warm and gentle, and is tinted a faint green with french green clay. It will leave just a trace of your fireplace memory with you throughout the day.
Set of 3 4.5 oz bars
Ingredients: organic soybean oil, organic coconut oil, essential oils, all natural kaolin clays, botanicals and good intentions.
Meet the Maker ~ Thankful Sage Farm School
Thankful Sage Farm School is a way of life. It is that strong desire to grab a handful of earth, smell it, and carry that scent memory of it with you throughout the winter. It is surrounding yourself with handcrafts, old books and carefully chosen vintage pieces that remind us how we used to live, and how you live now. Thankful Sage Farm School is handcrafted soaps and candles, old good things, heartsongs, wood smoke and strong girl tools. Owned by Nichole Gerding, Thankful Sage Farm School, carefully crafts small batch soaps and candles, with organic and when possible, local ingredients. She scours barns, old homes, ruins, and unlikely places for beautiful vintage pieces for your home. It is with these handcrafted body products and old good things, that Thankful Sage Farm School hopes to capture a bit of memory left behind or deep within ourselves.