These luxury towels are silky soft and more absorbent than cotton. They are 60% bamboo using the rayon process and 40% cotton. Bamboo is naturally antibacterial so these towels resist mold, mildew, fungi and odor. The woven band does not shrink. They hold their color wash after wash.
Face cloth: 13" x 13",
Hand Towel: 18.5 x 29.5
Bath Sheet 37 x 70
Available in Colours:
These fluffy but not stuffy antibacterial pillows will definitely spike up your snuggle quotient! Take comfort in this no-muss and no-fuss pillows that are fit for royalty!
A Prairie Farmhouse
The Burley Bee
The honey is extracted, finely filtered and placed directly into jars.
Our very light colour and soft flavours come from the Canola flower.
Canola honey solidifies quickly and becomes very hard. To re-liquify, simply heat honey
The Burly Bee is a local Honey business in Lloydminster AB/SK. Started in 2018 on our home farm just East of Lloyd.
Country Chic’s all in one decor paint is the best choice for repainting any piece of furniture or home decor. This clay paint is self priming on most pieces, is eco friendly and will leave a beautiful chalky finish. It gives excellent coverage and can be used for both interior and exterior projects.
4 fl. oz - 12- mL
Twin Ducks Bamboo Sheet Set
310 Thread Count, 100% Rayon From Bamboo Sateen, Anti-bacterial
The “Ultimate” choice for Bedding
Health Safety – Bamboo is grown without pesticides and is naturally regenerated. The fabric is “three times more breathable than cotton”.
Optimum Temperature – These sheets keep you at the optimum temperature for sleeping because of the breathability of the fabric, keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Comfortable – Offering you a more comfortable sheet encouraging a peaceful dream.
Solid Color – White, Grey, Ivory, Spa Blue, Terra Carta, Kale Green, Navy
Queen Fitted Sheet 60"×80"+15"
Tumbler Jars are one of our longest-lasting candles, and will give you plenty of time to enjoy the gentle scents drifting from room to room in your home.
One of the great things about Natura soy candles is that when you finish them, there is almost no wax left in the jar.
That makes it easy to re-use the jars as quality drinking glasses (these candle containers are actually whiskey tumblers!).
As always… only all-natural goodness in these Tumbler Jars: pure soy wax, 100% cotton wicks, plant based essential oils - burning these candles feels like giving mother Earth a big hug :)When you finish the candle, there is almost no wax left in the jar making them reusable! (these candle containers are actually whiskey tumblers!)
Anchor Word Alive
Author: Ann Voskamp
Does it sometimes seem impossible to get where you want to go? Are you single and want to be married? Are you barren and want to have children? Are you in a dead-end job and long for work that makes a difference in the world? Are you losing hope that you will ever get where you want to go?
In The Way Maker Ann encourages us not to pack up hope, but to hold on to hope, because we have a God who will make a way, where there is no way. Weaving the story of Moses and the Israelites on the road to the Red Sea with her own unlikely story of adopting both a little girl from China and a refugee family from Syria, Ann shows how the faithful start walking their own Red Sea road by taking just one step.
Just as Moses was full of doubt about being able to complete the task that the Lord had given him, Ann questions how she will ever fulfill the dream of bringing home Shiloh, the Chinese baby with half a heart she fell in love with after seeing her photo on an iPhone.
How then do we learn how to place our trust in the living God? We take one SACRED step at a time as we practice stillness, adoration, confession, reflection, examination, and doxology.
As Ann takes one step after another, including flying to Iraq at the invitation of an international ministry, she discovers the truth of what her husband, the Farmer, tells her: “You are safer being in the will of God there, than out of his will here.” And, as Moses discovers after miraculously crossing the Red Sea, God sometimes calls us to wait “in the wilderness” in order to do a deeper work in us. The Way Maker is moving us forward in the waiting. The Way Maker is building our character.
And against seemingly impossible odds, but through the One who makes a way, the Israelites cross the Jordan, not only does Ann bring Shiloh home to her promised land, but also their sponsored Syrian refugee family comes to live in her small Canadian town. And through it all, Ann discovered that the Way Maker will always make a way, not to where we think we want to go, but a way to Him. And we also discover that more than a way to be made, we want the Way Maker.