* UNDER CONSTRUCTION *
Hello from Georgia’s Pampering! For returning visitors welcome back and I hope you’ve been well while my site was abandoned for awhile. For any new visitors please check out my About page for more information about Georgia’s Pampering, my blog, and more in depth details. As of 2018 I am changing my focus and ask that you excuse my site being under construction for the near future. I will hopefully make the site easier to navigate and select products from, and will be adding some guest bloggers to give some more variety to my blog, as well. I have also returned to using Paypal for processing billing for everyone’s convenience, hopefully.
As life has led me down some different avenues, I will have some guest bloggers who I will introduce in a blog post hopefully soon (as mentioned), some posts about Second Life (the internet based community I’ve been involved on/in for years), and some information on adoption. I still strive to make a good impact and feel that a little fun will be nice during such a difficult time for so many people, and then I want to put out some accurate teen adoption information that is incredibly difficult to find online.
I want to make sure people have a chance to get some fun and affordable handmade shopping done. I have a variety of soaps to share with you and have started a new “Monster Collection” and hope to expand the line extensively this year. I think we all need a little whimsy and fun in our lives, so why use a plain product? 🙂
Some whimsical products:
To order please contact Georgia Cornelison at 1-785-633-1999 (voice or text) or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Please contact me for a price quote for customized items or to inquire about products not listed. Flat rate shipping is utilized and arrangements for local pickup can be made to avoid this cost. In addition, all prices include Jefferson County, KS sales tax. Please note that I will try to make products available immediately following an order, but due to being handmade and making at the time of order usually (I try not to make too many things ahead of time, since I want the customer to have as long of a shelf life as possible), it may take up to a couple of weeks to complete orders, especially when I have to wait for my wholesaler to refill an ingredient.