We love getting mail too! You can look forward to that special lady receiving a package full of unique items that were handpicked with her in mind. At Lovely Life we want to add value to her life, not more stuff that will end up in her junk drawer. We have sought out like-minded businesses to provide quality items that will inspire rest and joy. The centerpiece of each box is the Lovely Life Guidebook. Snuggled beside the guidebook will be other items such as artisan chocolates, whimsical art specifically created for Lovely Life, quality spices, flowers, etc.
Our winter box includes items from small businesses that will help women thrive during the coming months.
- Lottibelle's Herbal Mulling Spice Blend combines cinnamon, orange peel and cloves to create a festive spice blend, perfect for spicing up any holiday beverage. They carry the strong spice flavor that is expected for the mulling of wines, ciders or juices.
- Herbs De Provence from C & J Farms. C & J is a small business based in Texas. Their seasoning blends are all made by hand and free of any artificial ingredients and preservatives. We are featuring the Herbs de Provence in our Lovely Life Beef Stew Recipe, which will be included in the Winter Guidebook.
- Chocolates from Sheila Kearns Chocolate. Sheila has been crafting chocolates in San Luis Obispo California for years. She offers one of a kind truffles & bonbons that do not include processed or artificial ingredients.
- Welcome Home bath bomb from Presta Goods. This small business is based out of Colorado creates natural bath bombs, soaps and lip balms. Get ready for notes of light spices, cedarwood, vanilla tonka, coconut, jasmine, olive wood, sandalwood, amber, musk, and cocoa butter.
- Each box includes a museum quality 5x7 watercolor print that was created by Eva Nappier of Littlee Studios. Eva lives on the Central Coast of California and is a wife, homeschool mom, artist and worship leader. Her willingness to learn new things is inspiring. She is currently going to grad school for a Master of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies, which she considers part of her self-care. Eva reenergizes herself with music, art, bubble baths and staying curious. .