Wow! Great question! We are based out of the York, PA area and can be found at many craft shows during the fall, winter and spring. Come summer, we are aching to stretch our legs and get outside. If you live near New Freedom, PA, you can come visit us the first and third Saturday from May through October at the New Freedom Farmer's Market.The best way to keep track of our appearances (and in-person only sales!) is to like us on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/SoapsNStuff) or follow us on Twitter (@SoapsNStuff2010). Watching the social networks will let you know that we are running a super-secret password sale. Come see us and tell us... » Read More
You know that SoapsNStuff makes great soap, crochet items and jewelry. Did you know that we also do custom soap orders? If you have a small direct sales business like Pampered Chef, Premiere Jewelry or Thirty-One, we can do custom soaps for you to give away at your parties. Are you planning a baby shower, bridal shower or other party? You can order our soaps in any available shape and select from our wide variety of scents! How? Read on...If you are in direct sales and wish to have a custom-logo soap, we can do that! There are two methods we can use. One is a temporary-tattoo style paper that we can print a custom message on. T... » Read More
I get this question a lot. I also get "how did you get started in soap?" So I thought I would take some time to answer these questions.
Let’s start with how I got started. Well I read about melt and pour soap in a craft magazine and thought that would be a cool handmade present for my mom and my sister for Christmas. I had already done the candle thing and for me candles took too long to see results. I am an instant gratification kind of person and melt and pour with a 30 minute set up time looked right up my alley. I started out with a few basic molds, soap color, soap fragrance and some soap base from the local craft store. I ... » Read More
Finally feeling the holiday spirit now. Little late in coming but better late than never. So today I went on my annual stocking stuffer shopping trip with one of my best friends. We go every year to buy our stocking stuffers and any other last minuet gifts. We had a great time. No husbands and no kids. Just us girls on a shopping trip. We got all our loose ends tied up. Now things just need to be wrapped. This year has been a handmade Christmas for most friends and family. My mom has requested 12 crochet dishcloths. So I counted and found myself one short. Back to the yarn and hook for me. After bedtime for my little one ... » Read More
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