I have been taking time to get organized, get certified and documented as a full-time business, and I have found a great location and space to conduct classes. I love to teach, and I've always liked the student/teacher relationship. I don't claim to know it all. I've learned a great deal from reading blogs, books, and experimenting on my own. I have tried many processes in the last couple of months, but documentation with pictures has been an issue for me. I look forward to getting organized and being able to document and blog a lot better than I have so far. I am currently making great progress in the storefront. The building had a leak and combined with the rain that we've had in Tennessee there has been plenty of fixing going on. A fresh coat of pain, new ceiling tiles, and furniture is what is needed. I'll keep you posted on the progress!
Ok! So I have a job that I love doing. Baby showers, Wedding Showers, office and birthday gifting are my favorite things to do. Polka dots and turquoise are the name of the game. I love the way it all came out. I wished I would have had more time, but it was a spur of the moment gig. Hot-Process is what I went with. I do like the hot-process look and the idea of being able to use the soap so quickly after its completed. Cold process let's me be more creative, but it takes a while to cure. I love the entire process of the soap making, but with this one...my creativity came out in the labeling and packaging.
Here are a couple of pictures for your enjoyment.
For those of you who make soaps out there, what is your favorite soap making process? Cold, Hot, Cold-Process Oven Method, or Cold-Process Refrigerator Method? I would love to hear a little bit about your experiences.
Until next time.....xoxo