Thursday, February 25, 2010

Magically Delightful Mystic Soaps

Magically Delightful Mystic Soaps

Taking time for yourself is key in these days when you feel so pressured to do so much in one day. Make your bath time special and feel transformed into a new you when you step out of your bath or shower. Never under estimate the magic power of warm water and wonderfully scented products for your bath.

Our special soaps help you feel good about yourself and care for your body - they're mild and gentle. It will make you feel as if magically everything's delightful. Set up the mood by lighting candles, playing nice relaxing music & having nice fluffy towels to dry yourself afterwards.

While bathing with any of our scented soaps think loving thoughts. Let the scent ease any tension and stress you might have from a long days work. Delight in time for yourself, pamper yourself and relax and think of only wonderful things and enjoy.

Magical properties:
Rose – beauty, protection, purification, love, psychic powers, healing, divination, peace, luck
Lavendar – protection, call in good spirits, love, sleep, longevity, purification, happiness, peace, healing
Sunflower – wisdom, health, wishes, fertility, happiness
Vanilla – love, lust, mental clarity

Soap Descriptions:
Rose - romantic, beautiful, regal, classy, associated with love
Lavender - soothing naturally calms the nervous system and relaxes you
Sunflower – fresh, lively, crisp, energizing and fun
Vanilla – delicious, charming and comforting and guys love it too

Each soap is individually wrapped and boxed. Comes in a choice of 4 popular scents to please everyone!

Rose, Lavender, Sunflower and Vanilla. The Vanilla soap bar is made of Shea butter and is 3 oz weight.
The Rose, Lavender & Sunflower soap bars are Glycerin type soaps and measure 3.5 oz.

Our Mystic soaps make a terrific gift for anyone - for Birthdays, Easter, Mother's Day, Bridal Showers, Gift Exchanges or just because you want to show you care.

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Isis The Goddess of Magic

Isis The Goddess of Magic

Egyptian Goddess Isis is revered as Queen of Heaven, Earth and the Underworld. The ancient Egyptians saw Isis as a benevolent goddess, good and kind.

Isis was a winged goddess who represented all that was visible, birth, growth, development and vigor. She was a wind goddess. The kite was sacred to her, and she could transform herself into this bird at will. She brought the heavenly scent with her through the land, leaving lingering scenes of spices and flowers her wake. She brought fresh air with her into the underworld when she gave food to the dead. She represented both the life-giving spring winds of Egypt and the morning winds that hailed the arrival of the sun each day.

Egyptian mythology claims Isis was the daughter of the god Keb ("earth") and the goddess Nut ("sky"). She is often depicted holding the Ankh, the symbol of eternal life. She was represented as human in form though she was frequently described as wearing the horns of a cow. Her personality was believed to resemble that of Hathor, the goddess of love and gaiety. Isis was a powerful and magical healer, gifted with the ability to cure mind, body and spirit.

As the mother of Horus and wife of Osiris, Isis was adored and respected in a cult-like fashion during the Greco-Roman period before the rise of Christianity. She was a patron to many levels of society and led a colorful goddess life.

Isis a moon Goddess was called "The One Who Is All", Isis Panthea ("Isis the All Goddess"), and the "Lady of Ten Thousand Names". The Mother of Life, but she was also known as the Crone of Death. Her immense powers earned her the titles of "The Giver of Life" and "Goddess of Magic". She is simultaneously known as a creation goddess and a goddess of destruction.

In Magic spell crafters world-wide often summon Isis in rituals and incantations. Several ancient tales relate the use of Isis's power as the Goddess of Magic.

Primarily, one legend describes Isis as masterfully tricking the sun god Ra into revealing the sounds associated with his name. This secret revelation instantly gave her full access to the knowledge of creation and all of Ra's power.

Goddess Symbols of Isis

Full moon, images of madonna and child, rivers (especially the Nile) and the ocean, hair braids, cattails, papyrus, knots and buckles, stars,
the ankh symbol, throne, the rattle, diadem headdress (circular disk with horns), cow, wings, milk, perfume bottles, and March 5 (feast day), The knot of Isis Tiet read more here on the Knot of Isis Tiet

Sparrowhawk or kite, crocodile, scorpion, crab, snake (especially cobra), and geese

Cedar, corn, tamarisk, flax, wheat, barley, grapes, lotus, balsam, all flowers, trees and
all green plants

Tamarisk, lotus, balsam, amber oil, cedarwood, sandalwood, cinnamon, and sweet orange

Gems and Metals:
Silver, gold, ebony, ivory, obsidian, lapis lazuli, and scarabs

Silver, gold, black, red, cobalt blue, and green

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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Page Beat Beck To Yardbirds Call

Page Beat Beck To Yardbirds Call

Guitar great JEFF BECK almost missed out on his chance to become a member of British supergroup the YARDBIRDS - JIMMY PAGE was asked to join the band before him.

In his first joint interview with Eric Clapton - the man he replaced in the group in 1965 - Beck reveals Page was initially approached to fill the gap left by Clapton, but he turned the offer down.

The future Led Zeppelin rocker eventually joined the Yardbirds when Beck left - but he could have been a part of the iconic group years before.

Beck tells Rolling Stone magazine, "They asked him first. He turned them down... (so) I got the call."

The guitarist admits his early days in the band were tough - because he was living in the shadow of Clapton: "When I joined the Yardbirds, all I kept hearing was stories in the van: 'Eric wouldn't have done this, Eric wouldn't have done that.' I went, 'Shut the f**k up, Eric isn't in the band.'"

During the joint chat, Clapton admits he's surprised his former Yardbirds bandmates liked him - because he was so "disagreeable".

He explains, "They didn't like me when I was in the band... Anyone who didn't know (blues great) Robert Johnson, I didn't want to know them."

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Lydon Turned Down Pink Floyd

Lydon Turned Down Pink Floyd

SEX PISTOLS star JOHN LYDON turned down an invitation to join music legends PINK FLOYD, because he feared he'd appear pretentious.

Lydon insists he's a huge fan of the pop icons - despite a famous photograph of him wearing a T-shirt with the slogan I Hate Pink Floyd - claiming the band's early music heavily influenced the Sex Pistols.

So he was stunned when the remaining members of Pink Floyd asked him to help them re-record their iconic album Dark Side of the Moon.

Lydon tells The Stool Pigeon, "I've no idea where I got (that T-shirt) from. You'd have to be daft as a brush to say you didn't like Pink Floyd. They've done great stuff. Dark Side Of The Moon, I love.

"Two years ago when they came to L.A., they asked me would I come on and do a bit of Dark Side of The Moon with them and the idea thrilled me no end. It would have been very, very neat but it stunk a little in my head of 'What am I doing here?' I came so close to doing it, (but) it felt like I was trying to set myself up as some kind of pretentious person."

Lydon admits he regrets turning the offer down, and is hoping he'll get asked again: "I wanted to do it. But just not when 20,000 people were there. I'd have gone to a studio and played around with it there. But not for the bigger picture. Privately. I'd love to go into the studio and do something with the album with them."

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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Alice In Wonderland Synopsis & Patch / Stickers

Synopsis Alice In Wonderland:

Alice is bored sitting on the riverbank with her sister, who is reading a book. Suddenly she sees a White Rabbit, wearing a coat and carrying a watch, run past, lamenting running late. She follows it down a rabbit hole and falls very slowly down a tunnel lined with curious objects. When she finally hits the bottom, she finds she is standing in a curious room with many locked doors of all sizes. She then sees a little glass table with a small golden key on it. Alice also notices a small curtain near the bottom of the wall and lifts it to reveal a small door that unlocks with the key and leads to a beautiful garden. The door however is too small for Alice to fit through. Looking back at the table she sees a bottle labelled "DRINK ME" that was not there before. She drinks and it causes her to shrink to a size small enough to fit through the door. Unfortunately Alice has left the key high above on the table. She finds a box under the table in which there is a cake with the words "EAT ME" on it. She eats it, thinking that if it makes her smaller she can creep under the door and if it makes her larger she can get the key.

The cake makes Alice grow so tall that her head hits the ceiling. Growing frustrated and confused, she cries. Her tears flood the hallway. The White Rabbit runs by and is so frightened by Alice that he drops the gloves and fan he is holding. She fans herself with the fan and starts to wonder if she is still the same person that she was before. The fan causes her to shrink again. Alice swims through her own tears and meets a Mouse, who is swimming as well. She tries to make small talk with him but all she can think of talking about is her cat, which offends the mouse. The pool becomes crowded with other animals and birds that have been swept away. They all swim to shore.

The first question is how to get dry again. The mouse gives them a very dry lecture on William the Conqueror. A Dodo decides that the best thing to dry them off would be a Caucus-Race. The Dodo marks out a race course in a sort of circle and the racers begin running whenever they feel like it, and everyone wins. Alice reaches into her pocket and gives sugar coated sweets to the winners. The animals then beg the mouse to tell them something more and he recites a tale about a mouse and a dog. Alice mistakes his tale for his tail. This insults him and he leaves. She starts talking about her cat again, which frightens the rest of the animals away.

The White Rabbit appears again and orders Alice to go back to his house and fetch him his gloves and fan. Inside, she finds another bottle and drinks from it. Alice grows so large that she has to stick one arm out the window and her foot up the chimney. The horrified Rabbit orders his gardener, Bill the Lizard, to climb on the roof and go down the chimney. As Bill slides down the chimney Alice kicks him out with her foot, shooting him up into the sky. Outside, Alice hears the voices of animals that have gathered to gawk at her giant arm. The crowd hurls pebbles at her, which turn into little cakes that shrink Alice down again. She runs into the woods, where she decides that she must get back to her right size and she must find the lovely garden. Suddenly Alice is confronted by a giant puppy. She picks up a stick and teases him with it until he is tired and she can run away. She comes upon a mushroom and sitting on it is a Caterpillar smoking a hookah.

The Caterpillar questions Alice and she admits to her current identity crisis. He asks her to recite "You Are Old, Father William." She does so, but it comes out with many errors. She insults him by saying that three inches is a wretched height to be (he himself is three inches tall). The Caterpillar crawls away into the grass, telling Alice that one side of the mushroom will make her taller and the other side will make her shorter. She breaks off two pieces from the mushroom. One side makes her shrink smaller than ever, while another causes her neck to grow high into the trees, where a pigeon mistakes her for a serpent. With some effort, Alice brings herself back to her usual height. She stumbles upon a small estate and uses the mushroom to reach a more appropriate height.

A Fish-Footman has an invitation for the Duchess of the house, which he delivers to a Frog-Footman. Alice observes this transaction and, after a perplexing conversation with the frog, welcomes herself into the house. The Duchess' Cook is throwing dishes and making a soup which has too much pepper, which causes Alice, the Duchess and her baby (but not the cook or her grinning Cheshire Cat) to sneeze violently. The Duchess tosses her baby up and down while reciting the poem "Speak roughly to your little boy." The Duchess gives Alice the baby while she leaves to go play croquet with the Queen. To Alice's surprise, the baby later turns into a pig, so she sets it free in the woods. The Cheshire Cat appears in a tree, directing her to the March Hare's house. He disappears but his grin remains behind to float on its own in the air prompting Alice to remark that she has often seen a cat without a grin but never a grin without a cat.

Alice becomes a guest at a mad tea party, along with the Hatter (now more commonly known as the Mad Hatter), the March Hare, and the Dormouse. In the course of the party, Alice reveals that the date is 4 May (which happens to be the birthday of her presumed real-life counterpart, Alice Pleasance Liddell). The other characters give Alice many riddles and stories, until she becomes so insulted that she leaves, claiming that it was the stupidest tea party that she had ever been to. Alice comes upon a door in a tree, and enters it, and finds herself back in the long hallway from the first chapter. She opens the door, eats part of her mushroom, and shrinks so she can get into the beautiful garden.

Now in the beautiful garden, she comes upon three living playing cards painting the white roses on a rose tree red because the Queen of Hearts hates white roses. A procession of more cards, kings and queens and even the White Rabbit enters the garden. Alice meets the violent Queen and pacifying King of Hearts. The Queen orders "Off with their heads!" when she sees the work of the gardeners. A game of croquet begins, with flamingos as the mallets and hedgehogs as the balls. The Queen condemns more people to death, and Alice once again meets the Cheshire Cat. The Queen of Hearts then debates chopping off the Cat's head, even though that is all there is of him. Alice suggests talking to the Duchess, so the Queen orders the Duchess out of prison.

The Duchess is brought to the croquet ground. She is now less angry and is always trying to find morals in things. The Queen of Hearts dismisses her on the threat of execution and introduces Alice to the Gryphon, who takes her to the Mock Turtle. The Mock Turtle is very sad, even though he has no sorrow. He tries to tell his story about how he used to be a real turtle in school, which The Gryphon interrupts so they can play a game.

The Mock Turtle and the Gryphon dance to the Lobster Quadrille, while Alice recites (rather incorrectly) "'Tis the Voice of the Lobster." The Mock Turtle sings them "Beautiful Soup" during which the Gryphon drags Alice away for an impending trial.

At the trial, the Knave of Hearts is accused of stealing the tarts. The jury box is made up of twelve animals, including Bill the Lizard. The judge is the King of Hearts. The first witness is the Mad Hatter, who doesn't help the case at all, followed by the Duchess' Cook. During the proceedings, Alice finds that she is steadily growing larger when she is suddenly called as a witness herself.

Alice accidentally knocks over the jury box as she stands in alarm. She argues with the King and Queen of Hearts over the ridiculous proceedings, eventually refusing to hold her tongue. The Queen shouts her familiar "Off with her head!" but Alice is unafraid, calling them out as just a pack of cards. Alice's sister wakes her up for tea, brushing what turns out to be some leaves and not a shower of playing cards from Alice's face. Alice leaves her sister on the bank to imagine all the curious happenings for herself.

Source :'s Adventures in Wonderland

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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Green Man God of The Woodlands

Green Man Altar/Tarot Cloth

This altar cloths depicts the Green Man in his verdant foliate form. A delightful muted green in color, the celtic knotwork and oak leaves designs on its surface take on greater significance as you place your altar item in harmony with its swirling markings. Total dimentions of this altar cloth are 36" in both length and width. This Altar cloth looks fabulous in person, the photo does not show the vibrant green hues.

Available at our boutique MysticRock.Net Green Man Altar Cloth.

The Great Horned God

The consort of the Goddess and symbol of male energy in the form of the divine, The Horned God reigns. He is the lord of the woodlands, the hunt and animals. He provides for the tribe through the hunt and is honored or rewarded for his deed by being permitted to copulate with the Goddess through the Great Rite.

The Horned God is is the lord of life, death and the underworld. And is the Sun to the Goddess' Moon. He alternates with the Goddess in ruling over the fertility cycle of birth, death and rebirth. He is born at the winter solstice, unites with the Goddess in marriage at Beltaine, and dies at the summer solstice to bring fertility to the land as the Sacred King.

He is not just a Celtic representation of the God, nor does he solely belong to Wicca, as he has been associated with many deities throughout the world.

Cernunnos, The Celtic God of fertility, animals and the underworld.
Herne The Hunter, a specter of Britain.
Pan the Greek god of the woodlands,
Janus the Roman god of good beings.
Tammuz and Damuzi, the son, lover and consorts to Ishtar and Inanna.
Osiris, the Egyptian Lord of the underworld.
Dionysus, the Greek god of vegetation and vine.
The Green Man, the lord of vegetation and the woodlands

As the Green Man he is the God of the woodlands and vegetation. He is also known as 'Green Jack", "Jack in the Green" and "Green George". He represents the spirits of the trees, plants and foliage who has many powers over nature that promote growth. He has the power to make it rain and foster the livestock with lush meadows. As Green George he has been represented as a young man cloaked head to foot in greenery. In early depictions, the green vegetation emphasized his phallic symbol of fertility as he lead processions through tribal lands. As the Green Man he shares his woodland home with the forest fairies often called "Greenies" or "Greencoaties". What today we call Nature Sprites. The Green Man is depicted as a horned man peering out from a mask of foliage, connecting him to the image of Horned God.


Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Despite all the Aerosmith drama lately, the band has been confirmed to play the U.K.'s massive Download Festival with Steven Tyler at the helm. Classic Rock magazine reports that festival promoter Andy Copping has booked Aerosmith on the condition that the band is only fronted by Tyler. The move follows weeks of speculation that Joe Perry and the rest of the band were looking for a replacement singer, at least on a temporary basis, while Tyler addressed his health issues. The festival will take place at Leicestershire's Donington Park the weekend of June 11-13 with other headliners such as Rage Against the Machine, Them Crooked Vultures, Stone Temple Pilots and AC/DC, plus the newly added Lamb of God, Stone Sour, Billy Idol, Five Finger Death Punch and 30 Seconds to Mars.

EMI Putting Abbey Road Up For Sale?

EMI Putting Abbey Road Up For Sale?

As part of EMI's financial restructuring, the music company is reportedly putting the legendary Abbey Road studios up for sale. According to the Financial Times' sources, EMI has been putting out feelers for bidders on the property to further chip away at its debts. EMI has not confirmed the reports.

It is unknown whether EMI would sell the Abbey Road name along with the property itself, but one media lawyer told the FT, "The brand is worth more than the building . . . anybody who wants the studios will want the brand." A sale of Abbey Road could bring in tens of millions of pounds to the troubled company.

The Abbey Road building was bought by EMI in 1929 for £100,000 and became the first custom-built recording studios in the world. It was used to record the London Symphony Orchestra in the '30s and making World War II propaganda later on. The Beatles famously recorded the majority of their music at the studio and made it a household name with their 1969 Abbey Road album.

Pink Floyd recorded Dark Side Of The Moon at Abbey Road, which has also been used by Radiohead, Oasis, Blur and many more over the years. However, with the costs involved in recording music dropping, Abbey Road has become a pricey extravagance for musicians. "What you have is a very, very expensive piece of heritage. If an artist goes to a label and asks to record at Abbey Road they will be met with maniacal laughter," the media lawyer told the FT.


Sunday, February 14, 2010

Guns N' Roses Play Surprise Gig

Guns N' Roses Play Surprise Gig

The new incarnation of Guns N' Roses played a surprise gig at the old CBGB last night as part of New York's Fashion Week festivities. The venue, which is now the John Varvatos boutique, featured a set by newcomer band Alberta Cross before Axl Rose and Co. took the stage for a 17-song set, which included "You’re Crazy," "Mr. Brownstone," "I Used to Love Her," "Welcome to the Jungle," "Patience" and the encore of "Sweet Child O’ Mine," "This I Love" and "Night Train." Alberta Cross frontman Petter Ericson Stakee told Rolling Stone that even his band was surprised to learn that Axl was in the house. "When we turned up for soundcheck it was the first time we heard that Axl might play after us," he said. "We thought it was hilarious that we were gonna be the support band for Guns N' Roses." GNR is rumored to have another secret show on the schedule, as the New York Post mentioned a potential gig at NYC’s intimate Rose Bar.

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Beatles Playing Cards

Beatles Playing Cards

NEW to our boutique are these very cool Beatles playing cards. They depict images from The Beatles' Yellow Submarine. Next time you have friends over and want to play cards they will be totally impressed by this set of Beatles playing cards! Get one at our boutique today! Beatles Playing Cards at Mystic Rock.

Also new to our boutique is a new Beatle's Yellow Submarine Keychain and a cool John Lennon Imagine button pin badge to wear anywhere. Check all our Beatle's products in our Beatle's catalog.

This month 5% off all orders $25 and over that includes any Beatles item. Take advantage shop and save!

Soft Silk Witch Hat

Soft Silk Witch Hat @ Mystic Rock Boutique

Soft Silk Black Witch Hat - Just for fun witch hat. Soft silk hat made with a foamy interior very comfy. Fits most adult size heads. Has a small brim and a curly peak top. Great for fun partys, or wearing when you don't want to wear your more elaborate witch hat. Wear for hat day or anytime you want to be a little witchy :) Also great for the budding young witch (little girls) for little girls it will fit much bigger on them. Your little girl would love one! Buy one today at our boutique.

The Witches Hat.

Written and Compiled by George Knowles.

Still today the stereotypical image of a witch is that of an ugly old hag wearing a broad brimmed, tall and black pointed hat. “But where did the hat originate”?

In medieval times, woodcut images of witches show them as wearing a verity of costumes associated with those times, including headscarves and hats of differing fashions. Many are also shown bareheaded with their hair locks blowing in the wind.

Is it possible that the witches hat is an exaggeration of the tall conical “Dunces Hat”, popular in the royal courts during the 15th century? or the blunt-topped hats worn by the Puritans and Welsh of the same period? At one point long ago, pointed hats were a fashion icon in the city of London (then the fashion capital of Europe), but it took a long time for fashion to trickle into the country, and by the time they did, they became way out of fashion in the city. City folk called Country folk 'pagani' (which means country dweller), much the same as calling someone ‘a hick’, today.

Pointed hats soon became considered something only the 'pagani' would wear, most were Herbalists and Farmers wife’s who lived in the country and understood the land. Since they were wise to the ways of nature and could grow and harvest herbs, so the pointed hat became associated with the ‘Wise Woman’ or ‘Witch'. During this same period the Christian Church chipped-in and associated pointed hats with the horns of the Devil, by which time they frowned upon their use.

Brimless conical hats have long been associated with male Wizards and Magicians, Goya the famous artist painted witches wearing such hats. It is possible that other artists somewhere along the way added the brim to make the hats more appropriate for women. By Victorian times, the tall black conical hat worn by an old crone became readily identifiable as symbols of wickedness in illustrations of children’s stories and fairy tales.

Another possibility is that the witch’s hat may date back to antiquity. Ancient Etruscan coins from the city of Luna depict a head on one side of the coin; some believe it to be the goddess Diana, who is associated with witches. The head on the coin depicts the wearer with a brimless conical hat.

Today most contemporary witches go bareheaded or wear ritual headgear such as headbands with a crescent moon or other religious symbols on it. Normally the symbol is positioned on the forehead. During rituals in which the Goddess and Horned God are represented, the high priestess may wear a headband or a crown, while the high priest may wear a helmet with horns or antlers.


Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Triple Moon Goddess Sign

Triple Moon Goddess Sign Plaque

New to our boutique is our hand crafted Triple Moon Goddess sign. Measures approx 6"x3" - with hanging wire it's about 6"x6" in size. It is hand painted purple with the white triple moons, has a glittery sheen to it. Comes with silk ribbons that compliment the purple color of the sign. Makes a great gift for anyone who loves The Goddess in all her phases. To buy our Triple Moon Goddess Sign click here.

The triple moon is a Goddess symbol that represents the Maiden, Mother, and Crone as the waxing, full, and waning moon. It is also associated with feminine energy, mystery and psychic abilities. You often see this symbol on crowns or other head-pieces, particularly worn by High Priestesses.


Thursday, February 04, 2010

Mysterious Myths About Mermaids

Almost every one out there must have seen the cartoon "The Little Mermaid" or read this book in their childhood. The mermaid has always been a creature of mystery, fantasy and unlimited beauty. Its elegance and splendour has been known to enchant people since a very long time. Even now it is one of the favourite cartoon characters of most children.

Let's take a deeper look into the mermaid mythology, its beginning, various legends, mermaid's part in literature and recorded sightings.

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Mysterious Myths About Mermaids

Mermaid Magic Plague Sign

Mermaid Magic Plague Sign

Do you fancy Mermaids? Just added to our Mystical & Magical category is this charming Mermaid Plaque add a bit of that sea magic charm to your room's decor. Best of all she's under $10! Very affordable & sure to bring joy to anyone who sees her. A great gift to receive or give...Now at our boutique To see details on our Mermaid plague sign and buy go here.

Look for more charming items for you and your home in our Mystical & Magical catalog category. New items being added soon!

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Heart Shape Love Soaps & Perfume Body Oil Set

Heart Shape Love Soaps & Perfume Body Oil Set

Our sweet pink heart shaped soaps & perfume body oil set is a perfect way to say I Love You to someone special. A great gift for a friend, girlfriend, wife, mother, sister. Scented in rose, the scent of romance. This gift set comes in an organza pink drawstring bag and your choice of perfume scent, all $8.99 makes a big statement to the one you love. Order one today! Heart Shape Love Soap & Perfume Body Oil Set

Valentine's Day Gifts

Valentine's Day Gifts

Our Love Cherub and Body Perfume Oils are a nice gift idea for your sweetie and under $10! Stop by our boutique and get one for yourself and a friend now. Makes a great gift anytime! We offer quick shipping in time to get it to you for Valentine's Day, but don't delay order one NOW! Shop our Valentine's Day gift ideas here.

The Beatles in the Spotlight

The Beatles in the Spotlight

Our artist of the month is The Beatles All orders $25 & up which included The Beatles will get 5% off the order total!

Enter code at check out 'I Love The Beatles-5%' so we can give you the savings when we process your orders.

Shop our Beatles category here.