Monday, November 9, 2009

Ooh La Lavender! Un Sachet Pour Vous! Et Vous et Vous!


Ohhhh, how j’adore lavande! French lavender has a bluish-grey flower that holds it fragrance for evah.


Traditionally, mothers have made pillows for their children that were stuffed with lavender flowers because the essential oil they contained helped put the children to sleep. Lavender bushes have been planted beneath nursery windows so that on a sunny day, the fragrance would naturally waft into the child’s room. There is nothing like the scent of lavender to relieve tension and ease headaches.


I use French Lavender in many ways but adding it to a little sachet bag is a simple yet beautiful way to display and enjoy the benefits.

Would you like a sachet of French Lavender to tuck in your lingerie drawer? Or to set next to your pillow to aid blissful slumber? How about to hang on a peg in your powder room?010I have 3 of these sachets to send out as gifts this week. If you already are a follower, just leave a comment and you will get 2 chances to win.

New followers; just leave a comment and follow for 2 chances to win.

If you mention this Give-a-Way on your post, let me know and you will get 3 additional chances. That is 5 chances to win a prize that you will smell ,when your gift package arrives, before you see what is inside!

Click here to win Autumn Potpourri.!

Coming up soon: Let’s make lavender soap!


sissie said...

I am waking up to smell the lavender!! Such a sweet sachet, love it. Thanks for such a beautiful blog.
Happy Tuesday!

Baba's Special Babies said...

Good morning Cindy, this is my first visit to your place.. but not my last!!! I love the smell of lavender and would like to be a winner of your sachet.. please enter my name to the draw..
Hugs, Baba

mustard seeds said...

I love potpourri. Please enter me twice, I am already a follower.

Miss Mustard Seed said...

I love the idea of planting lavender under a nursery window. Anything to help a baby sleep, but it would also look so beautiful peaking up over the sill. Thanks for sharing some of the history.