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  • Finish Your Soap Edges Video – Quick and Easy Method

    Rene Whitlock

    Posted on June 17 2015

    Helpful Video for Soap Edge Finishing   When I began soap making 18 years ago, the finishing techniques were not at the top of my list.   I liked the rustic look and thought it looked very natural.   Over the years I have changed my soap style and do enjoy a pretty finished bar [...]
  • Soap Making – How Much to Take to a Craft Show

    Rene Whitlock

    Posted on November 18 2013

    How to Decide on The Amount of Soap Making Products to Bring to a Craft Show   Preparing to sell soap and bath products during the busy craft show season is always a challenge. How much soap, lotion, baths salts, body mist, night cream etc. do you need to prepare?   I have heard so [...]
  • A Simple Soap Making Solution to Get Rid of Soap Ash From Your Hand Made Soap!

    Rene Whitlock

    Posted on June 21 2013

    No More White Ash on Your Handmade Soap   You have made a beautiful batch of soap and there it is, that white film sitting on top of your soap.   This is called soap ash.  It is not harmful, but it’s not pretty.   Soap ash is crystallized soap that sits on top of [...]
  • How to Make Your Own Water Proof Labels

    Rene Whitlock

    Posted on January 04 2013

    Professional Looking Waterproof Labels From Your Own Printer! So many natural soap makers and lotion makers have struggled with the problem of waterproofing their labels. This has been one of my problems for many years. I have never wanted to commit to ordering my labels from a label printing company for several reasons. You usually [...]
  • Selling Soap at Craft Shows – Mistakes I have made part 3

    Rene Whitlock

    Posted on December 23 2012

    Part 3 Mistakes I Have Made While Selling Soap at Craft Shows Here is part 3 of the Craft Show Mistakes I have made.  These are pretty important ones and have made a huge impact on how well I have done at Craft Shows and Farmer’s Markets in the past.  I hope you can learn [...]