Plus this market we will have our new All Natural Liquid Soap to present as well as our Fir & Cedar Soap. We wanted to let everyone know about them as well as present our wedding favor items better so they wouldn’t be overlooked in the booth. Our wedding favor items had just been somewhat jumbled in among everything else and now they have their own shelf all their own.
It can be tough to find a non antibacterial soap out there. In fact that’s precisely why one of our customers was begging us to make a liquid soap. She knew our soap would not only be non antibacterial but all natural as well. As hers was not the only the request we had received for this product and I was interested in learning the process as well we decided to take the plunge.
Our lotion is all natural!
That single sentence encompasses the main point of what’s so special about our lotion.
A customer sent me an email the other day asking what shows I was going to be doing in the new future. I emailed her back but realized that I have nothing on either the blog or my website with that information. Well it’s now rectified on the blog and soon to be on the website as well
Here is a 2nd bird watching video. This time with two birds at the bird bath. Take just a minute and decompress. Hope you enjoy it.
I just got home from watching the movie Julie & Julia earlier today. Not only did I absolutely love it but I found it really inspiring and in many ways applicable to my own life. What I found so inspiring about their stories was they took something they loved and pursued it simply for their own needs. They stuck with it even with major set backs and difficulties and discouragement. They each continued on and in their own way achieved success and recognition for doing what they loved.
Making all natural liquid soap has turned into something of a journey for us which I guess is as it should be. I mean after all learning a whole new process shouldn’t be an overnight success. It takes trial and error and more trial and error to get everything just right.
I was originally on the fence about attending the Texas Soapmaker’s Conference. I mean times are a bit tough right now, orders down, money tight. Then they asked me to be on a panel and I thought well I’ll be there anyway I should attend the entire conference. I am so glad I did. They had some wonderful speakers, fabulous food in a great hotel, new vendors I hadn’t seen and I absolutely loved the interaction and camaraderie I had with other soapmakers.
Here is the third video in our three part series detailing our soap making process. We show the block of soap unmolded, cutting it into logs and then into bars. Please let us know if you would like to see more videos like these and/or more on how we create the products we sell. I …