Holiday Marketplace Spotlight: Olive Branch Natural Soap Company, LLC and The Jewelry Collection

     

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Dana Laubach, Olive Branch Natural Soap Company, LLC, Hohenwald, Tennessee 

Olive Branch Natural Soap Company, LLC, is a small, family-owned and operated bath and body business in the “hills and hollers” of middle Tennessee.

Their business began with the desire to get away from unhealthy chemicals and create all natural, plant-based soap products for their family and friends. It quickly evolved, by customer request, into a full line of all natural bath, body and home products, including soap bars, body butter, bath salts, sugar scrubs, lip butters, herbal insect repellent, herbal healing balm, joint and muscle rub, bath bombs, dryer balls and a line of natural products for baby and mom.

All of their products are handcrafted; in fact, each bar is hand-cut, and all of the labels are attached, one label at a time! High-quality fruit, vegetable and nut oils, such as olive, coconut, apricot, almond, avocado, shea butter, coco butter, grape seed and the like, serve as the base for all of their products containing oil. They use essential oils (only) for their scents, and all of their colors come from nature (plants, clays, spices, salts, etc). 
 
They carry a few bath and body sundries, including their wooden soap decks, which help prolong the life of your soap. These natural beauties are also handcrafted, with love, by Grandpa. They desire to inspire, educate and empower their clientele to become discerning consumers of products that compliment a more natural, healthy lifestyle.
 
 
 
Diana Martin, The Jewelry Collection

Diana Martin’s introduction to Metalsmithing was in 2004 with three leisure college courses on basic jewelry making. She has been fortunate to progress in this field to an advanced level and to work under the tutelage of world renowned artists such as Betty Helen Longi, John Cogswell, Harold O’Conner, Marilyn Nicholson and many others. Jewelry classes have been in many states in the U.S., St. John Virgin Islands, and recently culminated with completion of five weeks of study in Florence, Italy.

Her work is custom and handmade in silver and copper. The designs are unique and fun. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Emily Defenbaugh is an intern of HottyToddy.com. She can be reached at eadefenb@go.olemiss.edu.
 

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