Aunt Mae’s Handcrafted Soap Giveaway! {6 Winners}

 Have you read about all the harmful ingredients in store-bought soap yet the thought of making your own is too intimidating? 

Would you like to wash with a gentle lather safe enough for a baby’s skin? 

Then let me introduce you to Mae’s Handcrafted Natural Soaps. These natural soaps made with real tallow will delight your senses! Mae lovingly makes all her soaps in small batches to ensure the highest quality. 

She uses the best of the best ingredients: real tallow is gentle on your skin while at the same time is used for the bar’s hardness, which means it doesn’t get mushy in the shower. Olive oil is added for further gentleness along with a touch of coconut oil for a fluffy lather. Only high quality soap scents or essential oils are used, and even then they are added with a light hand. Mae’s bars give you an absolutely delicious scent you can enjoy in the shower, without becoming obtrusive during the day. Even her coloring agents are of a natural origin. 

These unique combinations make long-lasting, gentle bars that your whole family will love.

You Can Win Natural Handcrafted Soap!

Would you like to win some of Mae’s Natural Handcrafted Soap for yourself? Well, here’s your chance! Enter below and be one of SIX winners for a $25 credit that you can use to chose your favorite soaps from Mae’s delicious selections.


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This review and giveaway is on behalf of a dear friend and sister in Christ who unexpectedly lost her beloved husband in February of this year. He left Mae and a young son behind, reeling from their loss. Mae’s husband had been out of work for a year, living off of a small military pension. The family, understandably, had to cut back on expenses – one of which was their life insurance policies. His sudden death now leaves Mae and their son with very little income (less than a couple hundred dollars a month). Because of different personal situations, she is currently ineligible for benefits like Social Security. Mae homeschools their son, and thanks to The Home School Foundation, she will receive a grant to cover homeschooling supplies and curriculum. She is asking the Lord to provide for her son and herself through her small businesses, one of which is making soaps and other body products. As you can see, the situation is dire for this sweet widow and her son, but we know that God is able to do more than we could ever think, or ask (Eph. 3:20), and we hope that you will consider joining up with us to help our dear friend by supporting her business. We’re asking you, dear readers, to seriously consider the call of James 1:27—to care for widows and orphans and consider Mae’s Handcrafted Natural Soaps for your next soap purchase.

Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction… James 1: 27

Anyone who knows Mae is touched by her. She is an incredibly godly woman, who acts as a Titus 2 mentor to those who know her. She is loved so dearly and we want to do all we can to support her during this incredibly difficult time! Please pass this on by sharing this giveaway on Facebook and Twitter.


 

If you’d like to give a donation, you can send via Paypal to RaymondBenevolentFund@gmail.com. Please remember to choose “Personal” giving so the Raymond family doesn’t incur fees with your donation. If you need more details on how to do this, please contact sarahevan5@aol.com and she’d be happy to send you directions.

A big thank you to all the bloggers participating: 

Ann @ DuctTapeandDenim.com 
Anne @ Authentic Simplicity 
Tara @ Everyday Ramblings of My Life 
Jill @ Jill’s Home Remedies 
Sara Elizabeth @ A Mama’s Story 
Gail @ The Imperfect Housewife 
Renee @ I Am The Clay 
Del @ Devote & Seek 
Jill @ Blessed Beyond a Doubt 
Rebecca @ Rebecca’s Ramblings 
Hilary @ Accidentally Green 
Marci @ Amazing Graze Farm 
Susan @ Learning and Yearning 
Erin @ The Humbled Homemaker 
Justyn @ Creative Christian Mama 
Chelsea Rebecca @ For Unmarried Christian Women 
Chelsea Rebecca @ Hearts for Home 
Paula @ Whole Intentions 
Amy @ A Heart Surrendered Blog 
Bambi @ In the Nursery of the Nation 
Dana @ Clan Chris Dean 
Kristen @ Smithspirations 
Caroline @ The Modest Mom Blog 
Alicia @ Walking In Faith 
Stephani @ The Cheapskate Cook 
Amber @ Homemaker by Choice 
Marci @ Thankful Homemaker 
Katie Sullivan @ Brighton Park Blog 
Anjanette @ Raising the Barrs 
Pam @ Mom Does Reviews 
Kristy @ Little Natural Cottage 
Stacy @ Something Whimsical 
Natalie @ Visionary Womanhood 
Paula @ Beautiful Life of Joy 
Rachel @ Of Love and Beauty 
Reagan @ The Arsenal 
Kelly @ Generation Cedar 
Kelly @ Practical Savings 
Stacy Karen @ A Delightful Home 
Kristen @ Five in Tow 
Diana @ A Little Bit of Spain 
Elizabeth @ Yes They Are All Ours 
Jacque @ Deep Roots at Home 
Karrilee @ Abiding Love, Abounding Grace 
Karrilee@ Blessed Memories Scrapbooks by Karrilee 
Shawnee @ The Apronista 
Adrienne @ Whole New Mom 
Janine @ True Aim Education 
Kathryn @ Singing Through the Rain 
Alicia @ Fun Reviews and Giveaways 
Deborah @ A Delightful Glow 
Stephanie @ The King’s Bookworm 
Christy @ The Simple Homemaker 
June @ A Wise Woman Builds Her Home 
Shadedlily @ With Them 
Joy @ Artful Homemaking

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