Patricia Anne • Gifts • Soaps • Crafts •

Patricia Anne  • Gifts • Soaps • Crafts • Natural soaps, scents, gifts and an array of soothing body products All soaps, scents, body sprays are hand crafted with all natural ingredients.

No chemicals added. We carry an beautiful array of products and gifts. A gift for every budget to order or directly from the shelf.

Local Smithville area huge sale on all-natural bar soap! The exciting new line is on it's way so we need room on the she...
04/09/2014

Local Smithville area huge sale on all-natural bar soap! The exciting new line is on it's way so we need room on the shelves! All our goat milk and glycerin bar soaps are on sale for only $1.25! Sold for $5 or more in other stores! Come early for the best selection because when it's gone, it's gone. Easter gifts? Mother's Day? They'll be here before you know it! Contact Patricia Anne here or call 905 957-4994

Don't miss this chance to pick up your favourite homemade Patricia Anne soap! We are currently bringing in our brand new...
04/08/2014

Don't miss this chance to pick up your favourite homemade Patricia Anne soap! We are currently bringing in our brand new line and that means ALL OUR PURE GOAT MILK AND GLYCERIN SOAPS, FULL SIZE BARS ARE ONLY $1.25! Sold in many shops for $5 or more! Come soon because when it's gone, it's gone. Don't miss out Smithville!

Bottled Up Designs
03/24/2014

Bottled Up Designs

Wow, some ultimate recycling of an old boat turned into a beautiful garden seating space!
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Free Samples in Canada
03/07/2014

Free Samples in Canada

Good morning!!
Here is a great craft idea for the weekend ;)

Get ready for Easter ;)

Patricia Anne  • Gifts • Soaps • Crafts •
02/27/2014

Patricia Anne • Gifts • Soaps • Crafts •

Spring has come early to Patricia Anne! New products, old favourites! Watch here for more news.

Kelly the Kitchen Kop
02/27/2014

Kelly the Kitchen Kop

I know Easter is not for a while yet, but this is so clever!

Cleaning For A Reason - Official Page
02/08/2014

Cleaning For A Reason - Official Page

MAKING APRONS FROM OLD SHIRTS: Whether you're sentimental or frugal, you'll love aprons repurposed from old plaid shirts belonging to a brother, dad, or grandpa. Psst... makes a great Father's Day gift too!

DIRECTIONS: Cut off sleeves and back. Cut around collar but leave it intact. Cut close to seam so that you won't need to hem anything or have any raw edges.

Then use rotary cutter and ruler to make a diagonal cut from armpit to top of shoulder; make sure both sides are even. On raw edge that you just cut, turn a hem under, concealing all raw edges, and sew it down. Do this on both sides.

Final step is to make apron ties. Either use ribbon or cut strips of fabric on bias to make apron interesting. Close all raw edges in and sew straps on to bottom of your diagonal cut. Backstitch several times for reinforcement.

TIPS: (1) Flip the collar up until you are completely done with apron. This keeps you from accidentally stitching it down and it just puts it out of the way. (2) Second, button the shirt all the way down at beginning (helps fabric stay straighter). (3) A plaid shirt is a good starter since you can use the stripes as your guide for keeping it straight.

For more examples and pictorial directions, see http://beeinmybonnetco.blogspot.com/2011/11/making-aprons-from-old-shirts.html

Ginger Fish
01/29/2014

Ginger Fish

Patricia Anne  • Gifts • Soaps • Crafts •
01/21/2014

Patricia Anne • Gifts • Soaps • Crafts •

Spring has come early to Patricia Anne! New products, old favourites! Watch here for more news.

Patricia Anne  • Gifts • Soaps • Crafts •
01/21/2014

Patricia Anne • Gifts • Soaps • Crafts •

Here are some hints to what new products will be on our shelves for spring!

Spring has come early to Patricia Anne! New products, old favourites! Watch here for more news.
01/21/2014

Spring has come early to Patricia Anne! New products, old favourites! Watch here for more news.

01/16/2014

The ancient Romans detested wrinkles, freckles, sunspots, skin flakes and blemishes. To soften wrinkles, they used swans’ fat or asses’ milk. Sores and freckles were treated with the ashes of snails.

I can't wait to see our new products on the shelves! Offering a new Spring line and an exciting new project! Watch here ...
01/16/2014

I can't wait to see our new products on the shelves! Offering a new Spring line and an exciting new project! Watch here for more information over the next couple of weeks!

Here are some hints to what new products will be on our shelves for spring!

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01/16/2014

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01/16/2014

Is there anything a woman won’t do for beauty? Hardly anything, if history is taken into account.

Through the ages, lovely ladies have slapped lead on their flawless skins, dipped their hair in camel urine and rubbed their lips with crushed bugs – all to achieve a gorgeous appearance.

Here are some of the bizarre – and sometimes deadly – beauty secrets of women from ancient times to the recent past:

1. Lovely ladies of the Middle East used to grind up lead – which causes metal poisoning – and apply it to their lashes, eyebrows and eyelids.

2. In ancient Babylonia, unwanted facial hair was sanded off with a rough pumice stone.

3. Women in Edwardian England would gladly swallow a slimy tapeworm to keep themselves slim and trim. The parasite would digest most of the food the women ate, and it also destroyed their health.

4. Eating arsenic was another way to achieve beauty discovered by Englishwomen. The deadly poison – used in the 19th century – gave the skin an interesting glow while it shortened the life span.

5. Beautiful blonde highlights in the hair were achieved by Venetian ladies who poured lion urine on their tresses before sitting out in the sun.

6. Early Japanese geishas and Kabuki actors used nightingale droppings to remove the thick make-up from their faces.

7. Roman ladies rubbed brown seaweed on their faces as rouge, which did them no harm. But the white powder made from lead they rubbed on their faces gave them a slow death by lead poisoning as surely as it delighted their admirers.

8. Italian ladies of the past used to apply deadly nightshade to enhance their eyes. The poison dilates the pupils and makes people’s peepers look enormous and glowing.

9. Arabian ladies loved sleek and shiny hair, so they used camel urine to dip their raven-black hair in.

10. In the England of Queen Elizabeth I, great beauties of the time owed the rich red color of their lips to bugs. The squashed remains of insects were rubbed on the mouth for a ruby-red luster.

11. Face painting with white lead powder was also popular in Elizabeth’s time. The beauty secret caused the premature demise of a number of 16th century lovelies.

12. Crocodile dung made into a paste with donkey’s milk kept Cleopatra’s skin looking lovely in the Egyptian heat. She used it as a face mask – when Caesar wasn’t around.

Here are some hints to what new products will be on our shelves for spring!
01/16/2014

Here are some hints to what new products will be on our shelves for spring!

GREAT NEWS! Patricia Anne is bringing in the exciting new spring line! New products! Old favourites! And an exciting new...
01/16/2014

GREAT NEWS! Patricia Anne is bringing in the exciting new spring line! New products! Old favourites! And an exciting new branch to our little store! More info to come!

We are at the Smithville Legion tomorrow...There will be many talented people at this Christmas bazaar with beautiful th...
11/23/2013

We are at the Smithville Legion tomorrow...There will be many talented people at this Christmas bazaar with beautiful things to sell for Christmas...Come out and visit!

11/22/2013

Patricia Anne will be at the Smithville legion tomorrow from 9am -1pm! Come and visit!! We have stocking stuffers, small gifts, large gifts, and everything in between.
ALL NATURAL scents, oils, soaps, etc...Start your Christmas shopping, save money and support your community! Visit us on facebook!

Timeline photos
11/16/2013

Timeline photos

11/13/2013
Patricia Anne • Gifts • Soaps • Crafts •

Patricia Anne • Gifts • Soaps • Crafts •

Something to meet everyone's needs, from stocking stuffers to Christmas gifts. Our store prices start at $5 and up.
CHRISTMAS BLOW OUT SALE!!! Every weekend from November 16 to December 22. Place orders now for teachers, secretaries, friends, neighbors and family. Don't miss out!!!

Christmas is just around the corner! Come and support a new business in Smithville and save money on your Christmas shop...
11/01/2013
Patricia Anne • Gifts • Soaps • Crafts •

Christmas is just around the corner! Come and support a new business in Smithville and save money on your Christmas shopping! Open house Saturday and Sunday or call for a shopping appointment (905 957 4994). Blowout prices, gifts for every budget starting at only $5!

Natural soaps, scents, gifts and an array of soothing body products

10/31/2013

Something to meet everyone's needs, from stocking stuffers to Christmas gifts. Our store prices start at $5 and up.
CHRISTMAS BLOW OUT SALE!!! Every weekend from November 16 to December 22. Place orders now for teachers, secretaries, friends, neighbors and family. Don't miss out!!!

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10/31/2013

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Handmade soaps, $4. Practical gifts for all occasions priced to accommodate all budgets. Come visit our store. For store...
07/23/2013

Handmade soaps, $4. Practical gifts for all occasions priced to accommodate all budgets. Come visit our store. For store hour information and directions you can contact us by email at [email protected]

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