Thursday, February 2, 2012

It's the Little Things & Important Reminder


You may remember this Pure & Good soap from Anthropologie I invested in last summer. I say investment, because it's not your regular use and toss soap, the lovely bottle is for keeps.



Anyway I just finally finished the original hand soap that came in it - an exciting event because it's time to fill it with this lovely dish soap from Seventh Generation.  I love Lavender & Mint scent and now I will be able to use the Pure & Lovely pump for both hands and dishes.

It's the little things, I tell you. 

We just got a case of 6 of these bottles of dish soap using Amazon's subscribe & save subscription- at about 20% than the bottles cost at the store.  Link {HERE}.  The Clementine & Lemon Zest scent is delicious too.

{note: the soap is actually wonderfully clear it just looks whitish because I had just squirted it into the bottle so it was sudsy. }


The Pure & Good Soap bottle is found {HERE}.



Finally, the most important bit. : )  I just got this happy email in my inbox yesterday and am compelled to urge you once again to sign up for your very own Anthro Card.  It's just a free little membership card and the best part is they send you a code for 15% off for your birthday month.   Even off sale stuff - 15% off already clearanced Anthro goodness - it doesn't get much better than that.

So quick-quick, go {HERE} and sign up!

I'm signing up my husband today - why didn't I think to do this before???   ; )





14 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing! I love the style of the bottle.

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  2. i definitely wouldn't get rid of that soap dispenser either it is perfect!! swooning over the soap dispenser

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  3. I also bought that soap dispenser in the summer for dish soap in my kitchen! I like that it has held up well, compared to some the lotion dispensers I've bought in the past, which end up rusting. So far, so good.

    I poured the Pure and Good soap (which smells heavenly, don't you think?) into a jar, and use about 1 part soap to five parts water in an empty foaming soap dispenser for my kids in the bathroom. It's a win-win!

    This is my first time visiting your blog. Love your photos. Sigh.

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  4. beautiful soap dispenser...never throw it!

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  5. That bottle is so pretty! I would never get rid of it. Thanks for sharing!

    Allyson
    http://cupcakescandycanes.blogspot.com

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  6. Thanks for the link to the soap bottle. Must have one!

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  7. Great soap idea! I've been looking for a more natural soap and will have to try it! :)

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  8. oh my, now that's a cute bottle!
    I have seen that soap at my local Target and haven't
    had a chance to try it yet.. now I'm gonna have to pick
    it up next time!

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  9. I tried the link for the free membership and it says "Error"?
    jenmose@hotmail.com

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    1. Sorry Jenifer! I should always double check my links - it's fixed now. : )

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  10. fancy dispenser bottles just make life happier, don't you think? ;)

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  11. I have these bottles...love them!! I have been wondering what I would do once I run out of the soap...is the Seventh Generation dish soap good for hands too? If so, that would be a major win-win for the one by my kitchen sink. :) Thanks!

    P.S. Just found your site through House of Fifty and I can't wait to check out more!

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    1. I'm a terrible person to ask about hand-care, as I'm rather careless about my hands - and it shows! ;) I do use it for both hands and dishes - it smells lovely, is plant derived, and hypoallergenic, but that's about all I know about it. So glad to "meet" you, JoLynn. :)

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