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1  Two New Soaps: Pine Tar & Spa Salt Bar in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by cunninglycrafting on: June 17, 2007 01:38:50 PM
Love, love, LOVE these two new soaps.

Granny's Pine Tar Soap:

*** Pine Tar is an excellent natural product for dry skin, eczema, psoriasis, poison ivy, etc., etc.  This soap has 20% Pine Tar (100% natural) added to it. Peppermint, Lavender, and Oakmoss were added to enhance the pine-tar's natural scent, and the positive attributes for skin as well.

Spa Salt Bar:

*** The Salt Bar is made from Coconut Oil, Canola, Palm Kernel, Olive and Safflower oil.... with Cotton Blossom as the FO.  LOVEEEE how these make my skin feel. Smooth like buttah. Cheesy
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2  Yeah! We're finally moved into our "Soap Barn"! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by cunninglycrafting on: June 17, 2007 01:33:17 PM
My soap business has finally moved completely into our new soap studio, aka "The Soap Barn."   I love it!  I have so much more room, more storage, and it's just really a fun place to go and hang out with my family.  Each one of us has our own area in the barn itself, and it makes for a "hot spot" of activity.

Here are a few inside pics:

I've been making tons of soaps, as my drying racks can attest.

On top of the sugar scrubs I now have in my product line, I'm really excited about these two new soaps: Granny's Pine Tar Soap, and Spa Salt Bars.  Smiley  Love, love, LOVE these two new products!

Granny's Pine Tar Soap:

Spa Salt Bar:

Just thought I'd share as I've not been on here for awhile. Smiley
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3  A few new soaps in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by cunninglycrafting on: February 25, 2007 11:19:38 AM
These three are on the drying racks right now. Smiley


Wonderful Lemongrass top notes with a fresh lightly herbal background of Sage to smooth and round out the Lemongrass. A touch of Clary-Sage added to boost that earthy undertone! Superfatted with Shea Butter, Avocado Oil, and Grapeseed Oil. Delightfully swirled with a lemony yellow mica. Sure to be a wake-up favorite!


A new twist on Patchouli Soap. This earthy soap is a hand-blended combination, guaranteed to delight the Patchouli lovers out there. Features the essential oils of Patchouli, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Fir Needle, Lemongrass, and rounded out with a hint of the blends Tuberose-Moss, and Earth-Musk. This soap is superfatted with Shea Butter, Hempseed Oil, and Grapeseed Oil. To deepen its natural color, a light swirl of Clove & Sandalwood powders have been added. Will not only get your favorite "hippie" clean, but smelling wonderful!


My take on a "Coconut-Lime-Verbena" -- a little more coconut, and you come out with a soap that is dreamily like a Pina-Colada. Superfatted with Avocado, Sweet-Almond, and Grapeseed Oils. Swirled with green-mica.
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4  Crock-Pot-Hot-Process (CPHP) Soaps in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by cunninglycrafting on: January 08, 2007 04:24:32 PM
Here are a few pics of the type of soaps that I make.

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5  CPHP Handmade Soaps in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by cunninglycrafting on: October 08, 2006 09:23:33 AM
Hi there -

Here's two pics of some of my recent soaps:

TOP ROW: Bamboo-Verbena; Moonlight-Lavender; Rosemary; Gardenia.
BOTTOM ROW:  Tea-Rose; Georgia Peach; Raspberry-Cream; Ocean-Breeze

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