Skip to main content

Promoting Your Peeps

Hey All!  One of the best things about our "soaping subculture" is the wonderful friendly camaraderie and support that I have found in my fellow soapers.  Everyone I come in contact with, either online or in "real time" has a great story and instantly becomes a friend.  Today I ran across a friend I met this spring at a soaping workshop here in Kansas City.  Rebecca is a cool chick and I wanted to give Artisan Soaps a little shout out.  Her blog is so pretty and informative, and I'm officially jealous of her workshop!  (Dang girl, you've been busy!)  Check it out and give her a thumbs up!

Comments

  1. It is one of the awesome things about soapers, we seem to be a pretty friendly bunch on the whole. ;) I have enjoyed discovering your blog.

    cabinofbows.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you Lois! I still surprises me that anyone really looks at it! lol I have found nothing but supportive and encouraging folks in the online soaping world. It's pretty cool that there are so many of us out there. I have learned so much from others, I want to use my blog to pay it forward, which is why I enjoy providing product info when it's something I really like. Thank you for reading!

      Delete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Oh My Goodness - It's been awhile!

Hello Friends -
Long time no see!  Life sure has a funny way of keeping us guessing, doesn't it?  My soaping has really taken a backseat to life in general, but I'm ready to start dipping my toes back in again.  Now that my husband and I finally have our house fully to ourselves, I've been able to devote an entire finished room in our basement for my soaping area.  It's not fancy, but it's a big space and it's ALL MINE!  I can't even describe how excited this makes me, but there's no need - you get it!  

Since the first of this year, I've been struggling with my health; eventually anything beyond the daily basics had started to seem way too overwhelming to tackle.  We'd adopted a young shelter dog just before Christmas -  (Rhett Butler - yes... Rhett Butler! ) but despite how much I loved him, it became too much for me to walk and play with him every day like he needed.  Rhett was blessed, as were we, to go to another family with two young girl…

Sweet as Honey

Hey All! Today I'm sharing a photo of a custom order I created by special request.  This is my Golden Honey soap made with locally produced organic honey and beeswax.  I use fragrance from  Majestic Mountain Sage for this particular soap recipe and it's just perfect for the overall product.  
I created this recipe to showcase the natural beauty of the honey, which provides both nourishment and protection for the the skin.  The natural sugars create abundantly creamy lather that leaves the skin feeling silky soft.  The rich clover honey scent is rounded out with just a touch of almond for a soap that's a luxurious treat to use.  
I posted photos of this soap a few weeks ago when it was first cut.  As you can see, it has cured to a dark caramel color and the fragrance has really held strong.  Although I still tend to struggle somewhat with stamping my soaps, I think this order turned out great with a true country look.  I know my customer loved it, and I plan on making som…

Bubble Party!

Hey All -  I want to share some pictures of the beautiful bridal shower my sister and I put on for my niece last weekend.  I've had the opportunity to make bridal gifts the past few years for my daughter's bridal showers, but "The Bubble Party" was a brilliant idea - courtesy of our bride, Lauren.  She asked me if it was possible to do a "create your own" bath boutique for her bridal shower.  YES!.. And it turned out to be such fun!

Her idea was to have a hands on fragrance bar where her guests could create a personal gift for
the bride, as well as something to take home
for themselves.  I made three batches of CP soap and Lauren chose to make bath salts, sugar scrubs and body butter, with an assortment of fragrance and essential oil choices. We rounded out the theme with sparkling wines and adorable "bubbly" decorations!

This was a party for all ages - both my grandmother and my granddaughter were each able to make something lovely.  (I think I s…