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Updates!

Wow - it's been forever since my last post here!  We just wrapped up our super busy summer with Emily transitioning back home for her semester of student teaching and Jordyn getting married and moving into a new place with my new son-in-law, Banon Cox!  So, my goal is to do more regular postings from now on.  Sometimes I fall short of my goals, but I'm always willing to try my best  :)  Here are some updates on Sweet Scarlett Soap:

1)  My time with our friends at Cowtown Mallroom has ended.  It was a fun experience, and I spent every penny I made and more on awesome flea market finds - Oops!

My first Zaarly Bazaar!
2)  I am officially working with the fabulous Zaarly team. I feel so very fortunate to be part of the KC Zaarly family!   Anyone may purchase my soap there, and find lots of very cool locally made products of all kinds.  There are a few other talented soap makers there as well.  Please take a moment visit my storefront and the entire extraordinary KC community:

 https://www.zaarly.com/kansas-city/stores/sweetscarlettsoapco   

3)  A small variety of my soaps are now available at "Shirts and More" in Kiowa, KS.  Thank you, Laurie Hiltner!

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