Merry Maker Night Market

I’ll be a vendor at this year’s night market!

Give the gift of aromatherapy!  I have the widest selection of aromatherapy diffuser jewelry you are likely to encounter.  Most are handcrafted by me.  Many are Made in Canada.

And, I’ll have my full collection of diffuser blends on-hand for ‘sniff testing’ as well. 

Guelph Farmers’ Market
December 19th
4 – 9 p.m.

Skincare Workshop

Do you have sensitive skin? Perhaps dry, itchy skin? Or how about combination skin – where some parts are oily and some parts dry?  

And have you tried a variety of skincare products that promised to deliver relief – but kinda didn’t? 

I understand and I can help.  I have been using hydrosols myself for a number of years now, and have experienced significant healing both from rosacea and frequent break-outs.  I rarely ‘wash’ my face anymore; I use hydrosols. 

Here’s your opportunity to create a customized hydrosol skincare toner – suited to your particular skin type!

Take Rose Hydrosol for example.  Not only does it smelly beautiful, truly like a rose, but its healing properties are equally powerful.  

Here’s your opportunity to create a customized hydrosol skincare toner – suited to your particular skin type!

Spaces are limited.
Where: Guelph Tool Library • 131 Ontario St., Tytler PS
When: Tuesday, December 11th, 2018
Cost: Sliding PWYC scale ($10-25)

Book your spot now!


You will learn not one, but two new skills.  1) Crochet; 2) Blending an all-natural, plant-based skin toner.

You will create skincare products in a ‘zero waste’ fashion.

Create a custom blend of hydrosols to make a facial toner in a reusable glass bottle, and learn about how to incorporate products like these into your health and beauty routine.

Learn a basic crochet project by crafting a set of cotton washable and reusable round pads — to replace single use makeup wipes and cotton balls in your beauty routine. Each set includes enough yarn to make 5-7 cotton pads, and students can expect to finish most of these within the allotted time. Students can also purchase their crochet hook for $3, and extra yarn may be available for purchase, depending on class size. Each set comes with a mason jar to store your cotton rounds.

Bring friends and have a blast.   

Pricing for this class is offered on a sliding scale ($10-$25 per person, including all materials for both projects). All pricing tiers will receive the same product and instruction. Please pay the tier you are most financially comfortable with.


 Click here to register. 


This program is made possible by the generous support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

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