Delicious Soap For Autumn From Soap 'N' Such

Yes, I said "delicious" soap.
Have you ever used soap that smelled so good you just wanted to eat it?
Well, Judy who blogs over at Cranberry Morning
sells homemade soap at 
and her soap is just that - delicious!

The first time I ordered soap from Judy I got the Raspberry Sorbet soap
and when I opened the package its sweet fragrance filled the air
and my son said to me, "Mom, can we eat it?"
I felt the same way - it seriously smelled good enough to eat!
Needless to say, we did not eat it, but enjoyed its yummy fragrance while washing with it.

When I saw Judy was selling Pumpkin Spice soap I knew I had to order some for Autumn.
I thought it would be the perfect soap to use during this delightful season.
The pumpkin scent is warm and inviting
and makes my skin smell like the sweetness of Fall.

When I was looking around her shop
I saw Berries & Spice and decided to give it a try a well.
Oh my friends, what a divine scent!
It smells like Autumn and Christmas all rolled into one.
I love the sweet scent of the berries and the tangy smell of the spice- 
it's a perfect combination.

Judy's soaps are natural, vegan, handcrafted, and have essential oils in them.
She never uses animal products in her soap.
The bars of soap are 4.5 - 5.0 ounces and lather up nicely.

Looking for some extra Autumn sweetness for your skin?
Judy's soaps are the perfect answer :)
Visit Judy at her Etsy shop

and at her lovely blog

She has many soaps to choose from such as 

Apple Spice,
Lemon Verbena
Fig and Brown Sugar
English Rose
Orange Spice 
Coffee Soap
and so much more!

You can't go wrong with any of them.

Have a beautiful day, my friends!

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Cranberry Morning said...

Stephanie, thank you SO much for the nice words about my soap! I'm so glad you're enjoying them. :-))

Anonymous said...

Judy is a sweet blogging friend. Her soaps sound delightful. Have a great day, Stephanie.

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Stephanie, these sound so absolutely yummy! I can imagine them even here in South Florida (where it doesn't really feel like fall..hehe!). But what a beautiful gift and such a wonderful package! Hugs, precious friend! I just love how you share loveliness with us!

mamasmercantile said...

The soap sounds delightful, a real seasonal treat.

Anonymous said...

Judys soaps looks wonderfull. Thank you so much for sharing. Stephanie, hugs and bllesing to you.

Sola Scriptura said...

The soap looks lovely and I can just imagine how delicious it must smell. I love good-smelling soaps and lotions... such a delight!

Marilyn Mathis said...

You describe the soaps so well that I can almost smell/taste them! They would make wonderful gifts. Hugs.

Marilyn Mathis said...

You describe the soaps so well that I can almost smell/taste them! They would make wonderful gifts. Hugs.

Mindy said...

These soaps sound amazing and I love the rustic look of them! I will be checking out your link - thanks!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Oh my, the soaps sound delicious!! At first, I misread it to be "soup"!!! I can see why you might like to take a bite of the soap. They sound like heavenly scents!!

vic said...

Oohh Stephanie these look to good to use I bet they are lovely and such pretty packaging too :)
Vic x

Lisa said...

How lovely, Stephanie! Mmmmm...I can smell them from here! :)

bj said...

What a sweetheart you are to do such a loving post for your friend.
I visit her often, too.
Now, if you will excuse me, I hate to ....smell....and run but I have some soap to purchase. Who could resist with all the sweet words you have about it. :)

Merlesworld said...

I love smelly soap but soap that smells like food just perfect.

Camille said...

Mmmm...that soap sounds/looks yummy! Yes, I agree...sometimes soap smells like it might taste yummy....but, I wouldn't risk it! LOL! Have a lovely week. Hugs, Camille

magnoliasntea said...

I didn't know Cranberry Morning made soap - they look wonderful! I love the wavy tops and can just about smell those nice scents. I'm sure you'll enjoy them...homemade is so much better than store soap. Have a great weekend!

Bethany Carson said...

The soap looked like a loaf of bread until I read what it was...looks and sounds wonderful!

Vicky Hunt said...

This soap does look almost good enough to eat and I be it smells heavenly! Enjoy and have a blessed Friday and weekend my sweet friend.

Hugs, Vicky

Debbie said...

So sweet of you, I love her blog and her soap looks so sweet. A great idea for some special peeps on the Christmas list!!

The BUTT'RY and BOOK'RY said...

Hello Stephanie,
Mmmmmm,don't they look deliciously lovely!
Thank you for stopping by a your sweet comment today :-)
Many many Blessings,Linnie

Debbie Harris said...

Stephanie, what a lovely post you did for Judy. Her soaps are amazing!! I will never use any other soap again after using hers.
Every scent I have purchased was delightful, but the cranberry and spice is my all time favorite, love it! Did I eat it?? Almost! :-)

Susan said...

Hi Stephanie...Your blog is such a peaceful, happy place.

The piano music is beautiful.

And how lovely of you to share news of the soaps. They look very appealing.

Thank you sooooo much for your sweet visits and comments. Love them. Susan

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Stephanie, how wonderful these soaps look and I can just imagine the scents.

Thanks for sharing and letting us know.

Have a blessed and wonderful weekend.
hugs to you sweet friend.xoxo

SarahGeorge said...

Oh, you surely enjoy your soap don't you? :) They look nice and fragrant! And your autumn table cloth on which you've placed them is delightful dear Stephanie!
I'm sorry I couldn't participate t=in the wonderful tea exchange this time my friend. Thank you for leaving me a very warm message.

Anna said...

They look wonderful....
Have a great weekend !

Maria Elena said...

They sound wonderful. I bet they smell really pretty!

Maureen @ Josephina Ballerina said...

Hi Stephanie,
I am embarrassed to admit that I once, uh, opened a can of cat food and...uh...salivated.
Bye. m

Robyn said...

Gosh, I'm so late in getting around to visiting my special friends this week!
These soaps look divine, Stephanie, and I'm heading over to check them out right now. Thanks for sharing them with us!
Be careful when you're out in the woods smelling like pumpkin - lots of hungry critters out there, lol.
Have a wonderful weekend. xoxo

Lady Linda said...

I love Judy's wonderful soaps and she is a sweetie. Nice that you shared this with your blogger friends.
Excited about the exchange.

Miss Val's Creations said...

The scents sound so tasty! I imagine they make you craze fall sweets. :)

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I use Judy's soaps too and they really are amazing! I like the pumpkin spice but I've never tried the berries. I'll put it on my list for my next order! Nice post about our sweet friend! Hugs, Diane

Nina said...

These soaps look really delicious ... At first sight thought they we're cakes! These would make very nice presents when visiting friends :)
Wishing youa happy and peaceful weekend, Stephanie!

Brandi said...

Oh wow, the soaps look like real baked bread. I bet they really smell nice.

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