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As we spend our day with family and friends, we hope that you have a thankful day and a blessed day.

Tutorial: Make Your Own Melt and Pour Soap

Another great, personal gift that you can make yourself at home, for reasonably little cost, is soap. You can add any combination of scents and colours to really make a personalised bar of soap to suit your recipient – so if your Mum’s bathroom is beige and brown, and she has dry skin, you could make cocoa butter and vanilla soap; or if your best friend loves candy canes you could make peppermint soap with a red and white marbled effect. 563 more words

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Soap Tops

I’m in full ‘Operation Christmas Fairs’ mode and have been for a good few weeks now. All my soapmaking has been restocks, and there is a LOT of time being spent packaging and labelling soap. 190 more words


Help me mold my blog

During my unemployment, I have found quite a few things that I would like to get into. Unfortunately, unemployment means broke so I could not do any of them. 407 more words


Craft fair

I am gearing up for my second craft fair. The first one was fun and a good experience talking to people and answering the main question “Is that soap?” Why yes….yes it is. 164 more words

Next Soap Project

Working on a new soap. Just received my fragrance from Brambleberry! Tobacco and Bay Leaf. I really like the way this smells. I paired it with some tomato from WholesalePlus. 104 more words


The final pair from Socktoberfest

And may I present to you – the socks that started it all.

I am so glad I posted here about losing the sock mojo, as clearly that was the oomph I needed to get back on the sock train. 51 more words