Friday, August 29, 2008

A Snifty is Just the Sniftiest Thing Ever

These scarves are really SNIFTY (spiffy + nifty = snifty)! They're 100% lambs wool, infused with hypoallergenic pure essential oils that are embedded into the wool by a unique micro-encapsulation process. Left alone, there's little scent, but slight friction releases a yummy scent. Each scarf is about 8" x 40", plus 3.5" fringe at both ends. They come in 8 color/scent combinations:

Red smells like strawberries
Black smells like cola
Brown smells like chocolate (my favorite!)
Green smells like apples
Orange smells like oranges
Yellow smells like banana
Pink smells like bubble gum
Purple smells like grape (the package says it's supposed to smell like blackcurrant)

I bought a bunch of them on close-out a couple of years ago, and I'm down to my last few dozen. In fact, I only have one or two green scarves left, but more of the others. Perfect for kids of all ages, they make unique and much-talked-about holiday gifts!

I normally sell these for $8 plus $5.95 shipping. Get yours now, before the holiday shopping frenzy starts, and I'll give you 1 free with each 3 you purchase. I'll also charge you only the actual shipping cost, so if you only want one scarf you won't get hit with a big postage charge. (You can go to and estimate the postage, each scarf is about 7 ounces mailing weight, coming from zip 27713.)

Interested? Send an email to luckygirltrading [at] with the number of scarves you'd like, your color choices, and mailing address. I'll confirm I have the quantities and colors you want, weigh them in a shipping envelope or box, then send you a PayPal invoice. If you feel more comfortable making a purchase through an established e-commerce site, you can get these at my eBay store--but I can't give you any discount there.


verabear said...

How is the scent preserved though? Is this washable?

Lucky Girl said...

@verabear: they're wool, and wool doesn't usually wash well. I doubt that the scent lasts forever, but I know that I can still smell the scarves through the packaging, so it doesn't seem to wear out simply with age.

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Quartz Countertops said...

Lol snifty... that's a clever name!

I am Jamie Sue! said...

Oh! That's neat! I use to have a t-shirt that smelled like grapes. I loved it. My neighbors dog did not. :(

KomanK said...

Nice...... they're wool..?

Your Pal Pinki said...

Very cool, wish I could buy them all. Lovin' this blog, btw! : )

Reese said...

Great idea. Hmmmm. Maybe I should try that. Scratch and sniff jewelry! There could be a market for it!