Monthly Archives: February 2012

Soap Fail #1

Wow. Had my first bad soap fail this weekend! Hopefully this will be a lesson to new or potential soapmakers out there who haven’t encountered this problem yet.  I got some really wonderful silicone tube molds in the shape of … Continue reading

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The Importance of Branding

I thought I’d write up a quick blog post about something I’ve come to discover as a new business owner.  And that is: Brand. Your. Stuff. This may not seem very important if you’re just starting out.  You might think … Continue reading

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Ready for a 2012 Revamp

I’d like to take a moment to say I’m preparing to revamp my product labels and pictures on my etsy store for a more cohesive and professional look! Stef over at Umlaut Graphics has been helping me in the graphics … Continue reading

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What’s the Difference in Handmade Soaps?

The world of natural and handmade soaps can be very confusing.  I remember when I was first introduced to the novel idea of making my own soap I had a hard time understand what all  the terminology was about, and … Continue reading

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