Sniff and Save? Yes, that’s right, sniff and save. This Saturday you can choose your favorite Nonnavita scents by sampling them in person at Williams-Sonoma. And you’ll save on shipping, or at least, you’ll save us shipping costs (since we ship Nonnavita at no cost to you) by buying them in store at the Artisan Market.
Please come see us this Saturday, November 23, between noon and four pm at Williams-Sonoma located at the Shops at La Cantera. You’ll be able to sample delicious treats from other local artisans, and find that perfect kitchen doodad you’ve been needing. This is a great time to get your Christmas shopping done now so you can spend your Advent preparing for Our Lord’s Birth.
The Williams-Sonoma Artisan Market yesterday was a huge success! To all of you who supported us with your prayers, your presence, and by spreading the news about Nonnavita, we are sending out a big THANK YOU! We had a wonderful time meeting and talking with each of you, and will continue to pray for you before Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament.
Click here to watch us on WOAI
Randy Escamilla, a reporter for the local NBC affiliate, did a story on our soap that aired this evening on WOAI. Be sure to check it out!
There has been plenty of excitement this week with the election of our Holy Father Francis, but we have some exciting news of our own to share with y’all.
Mark your calendars because on March 23 from noon until four we will be offering Nonnavita soap at the Williams-Sonoma store in the Shops at La Cantera! This exciting opportunity is thanks to their Artisan Market event, which invites local vendors to share their wares with the public.
We can’t wait to see you there!
Hey, y’all! Tomorrow (Sunday) we will be selling our soap at Our Lady of the Atonement – look for the Nonnavita table when you come to Mass. See you tomorrow!
Need another good reason to give the gift of Nonnavita this St. Valentine’s Day? If you’re giving up sweets for Lent, you won’t be tempted by any leftover chocolates.
Hurry and place your order to receive it by St. Valentine’s Day.
…they should have used Nonnavita.