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« on: June 08, 2007 11:39:04 PM »

These are some sets for my boyfriend's mom, she ordered 12 of them for presents for her co-workers. They are all honey 'n oats soap (unfragranced, but smells sooo good fromt the honey), but wrapped with different colors of paper and ribbon. I usually use mulberry paper, but I didn't have the right colors for what ribbon I had on hand, so I used scrapbooking paper. There are 3 different scents of lotion bars, thusly the different colored soap wrapping. Sorry the pics are glare-y, I stink at taking pictures!

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Green w Mango Lotion Bar:


Yellow/White w Grapefruit Lotion Bar:



Purple w Black Raspberry Vanilla Lotion Bar:


In White Organza Bags (I wish I had gotten 1 size larger of the bags!):
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« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2007 12:26:33 PM »

I was looking up lotion bars, and this came up.
I'm not sure why there weren't any comments in June - these are really really cute!
I like them a lot. I've been trying to brain storm different ways to package up the bars and this is definitely going to the top of my list.

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« Reply #2 on: August 10, 2007 08:36:08 PM »

YUM!  Black Raspberry Vanilla.  That sound good enough to eat.  I have not treated myself to frivolous soap in a long time.  I think I'll request some for my birthday.  I love the paper and ribbon.  Great job!
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« Reply #3 on: August 13, 2007 01:18:55 PM »

Thanks ladies! This is the only way I have ever packaged my lotion bars, but I still want to make them into sticks sometime! I used to use 2 oz tins with solid metal lids...then one time my supplier accidentally sent me 2.5 ounce tins with clear lids. I didn't have time to get the right ones before my craft fair, so I went with it, and I prefer the clear lid look, partially because I don't label the lid now! (although now it does seem like the lotion bar is too small for the tin...but I'm not getting new lotion bar molds)
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