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    1. Ah, Jillian, I’m SO glad you asked (and reminded me!) Yes, we are currently try to get all the necessary things in order to finally have a subscription service!! It WILL be coming this weekend! πŸ™‚

  1. I just made your laundry soap, but it runs right out of the spot for liquid soap. Do you think it will work to put straight into the wash?

    1. Hi Jessica! For our washer, we don’t have a compartment for soap, so I just put it right in with the clothes. I’m sure that’d work just perfect for yours, too! Let me know how it works out! πŸ™‚

    1. Hi Donna, that’s a great question! What would you like to print? Let me look into it and see what I can find! πŸ™‚ Thanks for bringing it to my attention!

  2. HI, I am new to oils a few weeks ago. Thank you so much for all your sharing and I can’t wait to start using them. I can’t find the body butter one as we live in a dry place and need some body butter badly.
    thanks another mom

    1. Hi Melissa! I’m so glad you’re a fellow oil user, and that you found some recipes to try! I don’t have a body butter recipe, although I’ll be on the lookout because we live in a super dry place, too! Hope you’re loving your oils! πŸ™‚

  3. Amanda,

    You had posted a DIY Sisal Rope Ottoman from a milk crate project. What a great idea! I was wondering if you would be able to tell me where you purchased the fabric from or the manufacturer’s name?

    Thank you.

    1. Hi Kate! Thanks so much for your sweet compliment!! I purchased the fabric last year from Joann’s, but I’m not sure of the manufacturers name. I hope that helps a little! πŸ™‚ Thanks for taking the time to check out the tutorial!

  4. In reference to your sisal rope ottoman project, could you tell me more about the rope you used? I looked today at Lowe’s and the 3/8″ was $9 for a 50′ pack. That’s $27 just for rope! Could you tell me what width yours is and maybe what brand or where you purchased it?

    1. Hi Heather! To be honest, I can’t remember how thick of rope I used! However, the thicker the better and you’ll use less. I believe I found my rope at Walmart, and it was a little less than $9. Still spendy though, I know! Hope that helps a little! πŸ™‚

  5. Amanda,
    I would like to purchase the Thieves essential oil only but I could not find any way to do that on the site. We are retired so our income is limited for such expenditures as $160. I have no “little ones” to be concerned about.

    1. Hi Rose! I’m so sorry it’s taken so long to respond! You can absolutely sign up as a “retail” customer, and just purchase the Thieves essential oil instead. If you follow this link:, make sure to check the box that says “retail.” πŸ™‚ Send me an e-mail to if you need any additional help!

  6. Great blog!!! Looking to redo my guest bathroom and I fell Inlove with yours, where did you guy your shower curtain for that?

    1. Thanks Sommer!! I got it at Target, though I’ve looked again recently and don’t see it there anymore. I do remember seeing one similar at Bed Bath and Beyond, though! πŸ™‚

  7. Thanks for sharing the variety of different oils a person can use for the astringent. I appreciate you including older women too. Just mixed up a batch today. Keep up the good work.

  8. I was wondering – you said to pour in glass jars – would it be ok to use a plastic laundry jug that has been emptied and rinsed out?

    1. Hi Doris! Generally, whenever you use essential oils it’s recommended to use glass because the oils can break down the plastic. However, I will say I’ve reused plastic laundry jugs for this detergent too and I’ve never had a problem. πŸ™‚

  9. Hi there, I had a quick question concerning the bubble bath…is it normal that there are no suds when pouring into the bathtub? I followed the recipe to the T and come bath time there were no suds, it just made the water cloudy. Mind you it did smell good because of the oil,and it did make my sons skin soft. Let me know, thanks!

    1. Hi Christina! Sadly it doesn’t give off a LOT of bubbles, and unfortunately they don’t last long, either. I had to put a little extra in too sometimes to make it more bubbly! But the lavender scent and soft skin make it worth it! πŸ™‚

  10. Lovin’ your site. So much fun to look thru and it’s wonderful to read the sweet comments you receive. I have a Q.Q. I’ve been trying to get a bathroom poster 13″ Long x 22″ Wide or approx. Everything seems to be opposite measurement. Does anything come to mind? Anyone will do, it’s just the size that matters to me. Grateful

    1. Hi Jeanette! Thank you for your sweet words! Hm, I don’t think I’ve seen anything with those measurements. I’d say Hobby Lobby comes to mind, they have tons of different sizes of art and frames. Hope you find what you’re looking for! πŸ™‚

  11. I recently found your recipe for laundry soap. I would love to try it but I have a question. You state to put the new soap into glass jars is it possible to put it into a cleaned out old pure plastic bottle?? I’m asking because I’ve saved several of them with the intent of this very thing. Thank you for you advice.

    1. Hi Lisa, while glass is best with essential oils, I use old plastic laundry detergent bottles too. The essential oils may eventually break down the plastic, but there’s not much in the huge batch so it would take a very long time! πŸ™‚

  12. I”m wanting to use your diy liquid laundry detergent in my HE front loader. Do you recommend this, and maybe have an idea on how much to use? or a link to someone who may know?
    thx so much!

    1. Hi Rhonda! Unfortunately since I have a top loading washer, I’m not completely sure about a front loading. It’s possible there are comments below about using it in a front loader, but I sadly don’t have any recommendations on how much to use! I’d think it’d be similar or the same to a top loader, though? I’m sorry that isn’t much help!

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