Friday, August 10, 2012

Home Made Soap Satisfaction!

I know ol' Mick had trouble with Satisfaction, but me?  As a maker of home made soap, nothing feels quite like a box full of my "babies" that are cured, labeled, packed & ready for shipping to someone anxiously awaiting them!

 Those of us who make handmade soap can appreciate all the steps that go into turning out a market-ready product.  From planning a soap handmade with pure ingredients, then the cutting, stamping and curing to the final labeling -it's a minimum 6 week incubation.

Fortunately, most of us who make homemade soap for a living find that each step of the process brings it's own sense of joy & satisfaction.  

Poor Mick, I guess he wasn't a soap maker! ;)


natural soaps said...

I am also a soap maker. I make natural soaps that contain vegetable oils and herbs. I understand the satisfaction that it gives at each phase of making soap.

Amy@10th Ave. said...

Oh my goodness--those are seriously the most gorgeous soap packages ever! I've racked my brain forever trying to come up with a vintage theme and you've nailed it! True satisfaction. :)

Unknown said...

Congrats on 10 years, you started the same year my sister and I did. Love the new packaging for your soaps. So pretty. I know people have no idea all the work that goes into the final product.


Polly McNamara said...

your packaging is utterly gorgeous Becky, really vintage, really pretty.

Mary Smith said...

Awesome soap!

Jennifer Young said...

I can't believe you have been tweeking again? Wow. Looks wonderful. Congratulation! xo Jen

Tierra Verde Handmade Soap said...

Those are amazingly beautiful-DO NOT TOUCH. No tweaking needed ever again!!

The Soap Sister said...

Summit Soaps: Yes, every stage has it's "fun", doesn't it?

Amy: Thanks so much, I've been trying for YEARS -but I do love these, too! :)

Michelle: Thanks Michelle, I didn't realize you guys started at the same time. Time flies when you're making soap, doesn't it? :)

Miss Polly: Thanks so much m'dear! I've been collecting these and working on them for a while now. It's a work in progress, and I have several more to add to the line...if only there were more hours in the day! ;)

Mary: Thanks! :)

Jen: Thanks so much,and yep -I've been tweaking again. You know how I am! LOL

Hi Michele: Thank you Sweetie. :) No more tweaking for me -honest! I will be adding more "Heirloom Beauties" labels to the line...kinda like tweaking, but not exactly... ;)

Anne-Marie said...

Gorgeous packaging, I love the labels!