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Friday, April 18, 2008

It's Show and Tell Time!

Years ago my husband and I used to love to go digging for rocks. We would put on all the gear and walk sometimes miles to find a good spot. Just kidding!...if you knew us (like some of you do) you know that ain't happening.

My show and tell are Rock soap. My husband saw these on one of his favorite shopping shows and had to have them. They really do look like rocks. They smell great too! Now if only they could make them to look like diamonds!

Show and Tell

19 comments:

Muum said...

those are fun! they do look like rocks.

The Apron Queen said...

What beautiful colors. I always enjoy visiting you.

My show & tell is up... vintage bling bling! Do stop by. I love the company.

For your daily dose of vintage goodness & a bit of silliness, stop by Confessions of an Apron Queen, the home of Vintage Thingies Thursdays.

A Hint of Home said...

When you can't go get the real ones those are the next best things.

Rue said...

Rock soap? That is so cute and my son would love them :)



Have a great Friday,
rue :)

Connie Marie said...

WOW! I love rocks and I thought they were rocks... and I thought you walked for miles for them! ha

Your post was fun.

Kindra said...

Very unique! Yes they look like the real thing!
Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Charlotte said...

These certainly do look like rocks. I love pretty rocks and pretty soap too. I especially like the smell of pretty soap. Wonder why God didn't make real rocks smell that way? I'm sure he knew what he was doing though.

Kathy said...

They are pretty and they really did smell good, C. Where did you put them? Hmmm...I've known you for 28 years and I never knew about "the good spot" hiking! (And yes, I do know you are only kidding...really??) You're funny!.....Kathy

cookie said...

soap? really? how fun! you fooled me.

Cookie!

Barbara H. said...

Wow, I had never heard of rock soap. How neat looking!

MammyT said...

These are fun. I've seen instructions on making them and they are not really difficult to do.
I think for diamonds you need heat and pressure. Try putting them in the dryer, then sit on them. :)
Nancy

ceekay said...

Mammyt....I will have to keep that in mind! I had a sweater in the 80's that had mink on the shoulders. I was stylin...I kept saying I was watering the mink squares until it grew into a coat. My husband got tired of waiting and just bought me one! Hmmm, maybe he will just get me a diamond?!?

Char said...

I've never heard of rock soap. Your post was funny. Have agreat day and a wonderful weekend.

SweetAnnee said...

Awesome.your name is lifted up in prayer ..Deena

Terrie's Lil' Piece of Serenity said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog. And for your kind words. I love rock soap. The colors you have really do look natural. So.. your dh likes to shop the tv shopping channels. I love them, too! I am glad you are cancer free. And that you are enjoying having a head full of hair. Praise the lord!!

Jewelgirl said...

Rock soap, Do you use these and does that mean that they last a long time too? Or are they just decorative? Would love more info.
Love the colors.

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Rock soap!? I've never seen those before, how neat!

Katherine

P.S. - I like the suggestions you gave me!

kathi~lavender, lace and thyme said...

How fun! I thought they were real rocks, when I read your husband bought them it put a big smile on my face, he must really love you :)

Emily said...

Wow! What a great little find! They are really unique and beautiful! My hubby and I collect rocks too - though they are just rocks shaped as hearts. We put them in our garden labelled where we found them. It's great fun.

Thanks for stopping by to say hello! Have a great night!

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