Sunday, January 11

The empty bits are sold soaps!!! And even better, the one with yellow bits (Crema di Limone) completely sold out and thats a new one!
I am in soap making pause as I have run out of coconut oil and waiting for supplies to arrive, but loads of ideas are swirling around, keeping me busy planning for the future!

11 comments:

  1. Excellent Well done, you must be so pleased. Like the look of Crema di Limone. :-)

    Where is the link for your shop? Also if I wish to buy something, how do you pay if you don't have paypal?

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  2. Anne, I do have paypal, I just cant figure out how to add shipping to my main site, so for now am selling on Dawanda (europe) and Etsy (US). Try saponissimo.dawanda.com or saponissimo.etsy.com!

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  3. Oh I wish my computer had smell-o-vision, I bet those soaps have a heavenly aroma!

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  4. Good on you! Looks like it is going well. I am going to look on the sites that you recommended for Anne too...they look so lush those soaps.

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  5. They all look so tempting:)
    Hope your coconut arrives soon, I always love seeing what you've made.
    Well done on all the sales too!

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  6. congrats Charlie...that is great news.

    yeah.

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  7. Nell said,
    Charlie how wonderful for you and how fantastic your home must smell. Continued success and I love you sops my sister got me some for Xmas.

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  8. I will definitely order Crema di Limone for summer, right now I'm enjoying the soaps you already sent me...I cut small palm size squares off and use them everyday!
    My husband is annoyed because I have so many little soaps in the soap dish. Too bad for him.

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  9. Hey Charlie. The Crema di Limone looks like a slice of lemony heaven. I'd like to try some, so will check out Dawanda.
    Well done with the sales! Bet you're pleased. Here's to a great 2009.

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  10. Still wish it were edible ... :)

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