September 26, 2016
September 20, 2016
September 16, 2016
Hometown, Havre de Grace Md. Our Concord Point Lighthouse. Built in 1827 and first manned by local hero John O'Neil. Mr O'Neil was the last defender of Concord Point . On May 3rd 1813 the British came to pilfer and burned the town. They were successful. The out cry was far and loud. Baltimore was determined to defeat the British when their turn came. Ever hear of the Star Spangled Banner song? Havre de Grace was later over voted by one (ONE!) in congress to become the the nations capital. We here are SO glad that didn't happen.
To tie in my soaps, I created the soap called "Concord Point" with the story in mind. It's colors remind me of the water and sand. The fragrance is from Bramble Berry, called "Yacht Club". See the soap HERE.
September 14, 2016
Hi, I've really enjoyed studying and making soaps while in Maryland for the Summer. 2 of my soaps are all natural and the other 6 were studies in different ways to make soap. I learned so much. The soaps are lovely and made with quality products. Boy! is there a lot to study on just that! I can't wait to return to Tucson in October to settle in and create a new series of soaps from more luxurious oils and try natural colors, piping soaps, cakes and pies....the holidays are coming.
I am selling my first round of cold process soaps,
as I consider myself to be an apprentice,
for $5 a bar and 3 for $13.
I'm quite sure I'm not recouping costs as there were an incredible background
of supplies I needed to to be ready to make soap and the tons I still needed.
Happily bought, I'm having a ball and offer the soaps at a reasonable price.
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