When you lose your mind and make 96 bars of soap you never think about having to wrap it all. After painting all day, I've been spending my evenings on the assembly line.
You'll notice that I've taken my wrapping a step further. I am adding an FDA approved ingredients label so I can feel a bit better about handing it out to folks I don't know very well. I have allergies so I get that everyone should know exactly what they are using.
In spite of the extra work, I've had fun with the labels. The Halloween soaps are so cute.
I've got lots of regular fall scents ready to go, too.
My new passion, the foot fizzy has been a challenge to wrap. That's three layers of plastic so the fizz stays where it's supposed to. I am totally addicted to these things. I use one every night.
I always follow up the fizzy with a rubdown with a lotion bar. I've got a million at the moment. I can't stop making them. I've even made one for the dogs.
The new FDA approved labels require me to use the word "soap". You wouldn't want anyone to not know what it is. As if.
I'm not sure if I like making soap or wrapping it the best.
It's a toss up.
Isn't that pretty?
Shrink wrapping it is fun too. Scary, but fun. That thing gets hot.
Then there are all those little bits and bobs leftover from the end cuts that aren't so pretty. They make great hand soaps. I use a lot of them up in the kitchen. I even wash dishes with them.
All those spotty green ones got chopped up and added to the new leftover basket. The Mister is always looking for a fresh bar but is afraid to take anything wrapped off the shelves. Now he can pick whatever he wants whenever he wants without asking.
Speaking of shelves. Look at that-and that's just the top three shelves. There are three more just like it. You know what that means. Giveaway time! Stay tuned. Details on Sunday!