Sachets Sentence Examples
You can also order loose tea or tea sachets in tins with the couple's wedding information printed on the tin itself.
Other attractive items include bathrobes, towels, peg bags laundry bags and scent sachets.
Pack contains 5 sachets of 5g, each making 2-3 servings.
The extract is a brown powder, wrapped in one gram individual plastic sachets, tightly closed, each with two gel caps.
These included a number of things in small sachets.
With clear sides with cooking measurements on them, it is also extremely handy for mixing rehydration sachets.
Use as many 50 gram sachets of Virkon as required to cover all the body fluid spillage.
This worthy plant produced enough sugar to fill 79 sachets of sugar.
Some get saved for holiday baskets and sachets, and some get placed around the house, in wreaths, inside glass pitchers, and tied with a purple ribbon in the bath.
Beau Coup again comes through offering darling bridesmaid dress sachets, key rings and sake sets.Advertisement
At Favor Ideas you'll find snowflake shaped guest soaps, white chocolate snowflakes, mitten shaped sachets, engravable picture frames and snowflake designed mint tins.
Choose from elegant wedding favor snacks, soaps, exquisite boxes, place cards, sachets, measuring spoons, and more.
Favors by Serendipity offers plants, a unique "tears of joy" hanky, sachets, candles, ornaments, and more to give your wedding the touch of class you desire.
Wool sweaters should be stored either in cedar chests, with cedar balls or lavender sachets when they aren't worn.
There are even aroma melts, sachets, and simmers.Advertisement
Leaves and flowers have either been dried and used as potpourri or in scented sachets, or distilled into an oil which releases the pure fragrance over time.
This might include handmade aromatherapy candles, scented lavender sachets, handmade lavender soap and more.
Store dresses in airtight zipped garment bags with lavender sachets for natural deodorizing and insect repellent protection.
Sachets, Bizocchi, Flagellants, &c. The order of the Apostles was founded about 1260 by a young workman from the environs of Parma, Gerard Segarelli, who had sought admission unsuccessfully to the Franciscan order.