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The cute little lambie-pie trots along after her woolly siblings, happy to be part of the flock, but her pure heart is full of affection for those who see the special sheep inside. To create those approving connections you can utilize the adorable sensitivity of Lamb's delicate fragrance. A bevy of pastoral notes – sweetgrass, baby's breath and fresh green grass – strewn with blossoms of zinnia, honeysuckle and daisy upon a fluffy soft base of oakmoss and powdered sugar. To get you moving with the In Crowd we've included a dose of our exclusive POPULARITY POTION pheromone blend, which gives off an air of movie star-esque charisma. Can assist one in becoming the center of attention, elevating the mood of those around you, and is specially tempered to try to reduce feelings of jealousy that can arise when someone else is in the spotlight.

 

SWEET GRASS for group acceptance and popularity, draws people towards scent. 
BABY'S BREATH for innocence and vulnerability.
GRASS for luck and protection 
OAK MOSS inspires nurturing and protective feelings in people, makes them treat you like an innocent babe.
ZINNIA for friendship, innocence, affection. 
HONEYSUCKLE for generosity, bonds of love, protection. 
DAISY for gentleness, innocence, loyalty. 
POWDERED SUGAR for gentle sweetness, love and wishes.

 

Created by: Mara Fox

Description: Julie (luna65)

Label art: Mara Fox

Totem Baby Animals collection, Spring 2014

 

Spring Collection 2014
The Goddess Eostre - the etymology of the name seemingly developed from the word "egg" - was the pre-Christian Pagan Goddess of Spring. Her symbols were those of fertility: baby animals, eggs and bunnies. In honor of Eostre and this season of re-birth, our Spring Collection is a celebration of squee-worthy baby animals, a set of 20 Animal Totem Potions, for April and May.

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