Sunday, December 30, 2012

Blessings Day

I'm calling today Blessings Day cuz today...I was gifted a personal bible by 2 wonderful folks from church and when I got home I was informed that the family bible is now mine. I received my prayer partner today....the name on the paper made me jump up and down, so many things have happened today....I couldn't make it up if I tried. Its just so surreal. I don't think its coincidence...I think God is working in my life and arming me with tools and armor for something that's coming up.

Gonna be a blessing to someone else while I'm being blessed.

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Shower Perk up...cut

Here's the shower perk up cut and ready to go....its getting favorable reviews. Currently listed on etsy...its made with coffee and smells like fabric softener...the one that begins with a D.

Sunday, December 23, 2012

7up poundcake and a cup of coffee soap

This is how they look now. They came out extra huge...was taller than the miter box so I put it in sideways to cut it. Each bar is well over 5 oz. The average being 6.50 oz. This will be the norm for this soap.

They are made with a cup of coffee and the usual ingredients...there is the addition of coffee scent as well as the 7up scents. The coffee gives an immediate coloration and the vanilla based fragrance oils will continue to deepen the color over time...naturally.

Friday, December 21, 2012

The new face of 7up pound cake soap

Check out the height on the frosting! That took a not only had to be built up but the formulation had to be altered so it could be spread like an actual frosting.

The soap recipe itself has also been altered. Instead of a vanillin based fo and the passage of time...I added fresh coffee brewed in distilled water along with the grapeseed oil and fragrance oil. That gives it an immediate gentle brown color while waiting for the fo's to do what it do. Also instead of mango butter, oatmeal and yogurt...the yogurt has been removed from the equation.

Future batches may have a single base of mango butter. Given a choice between the stiffness of oatmeal and the softness of mango...I prefer the mango butter.

That is all...every thing else is propriety and will not be shared here.

Shower Perk up

Shower Perk-up! A soap made with oatmeal, Folgers coffee and distilled water, and smells like fabric softener! If you love the scent of fresh will love this.

Here it is in its uncut form....I'm so anticipating what it looks like on the accelerated a bit while getting into the mold. I melted it slightly in the microwave to smooth down the lumpy bumpy...however, upon cutting there may be air bubbles and what not. There are no coffee grounds in coloring. The fresh brewed coffee provided this lovely tint...and since there is no vanilla in it or the fragrace will stay at this level.

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

2 week till soap

 Watch "584. More soaps coming soon!" on YouTube  my inventory...all of it got bought out in a week....give me two weeks to make and restock your favorites and then i will continue to make soaps untill i have more than my normal inventory so that there is always a supply for my regular customers. Thank you for your paitience and understanding.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Check out this etsy store. y'all need to check out this shop. The customer service is unbelievable and the products are well made.

Monday, December 3, 2012

A quick trick to speed things up

Here's 100 cards and envelopes. I had an hour. I flapped the cards, then the envelopes . Signed all the cards....using this to the center of the stack, sign on the right, fold the card to the left, sign the next card....con't. That allows you to sign all the cards in only the amount of time it takes to sign your name. Then place into envelopes. Line up the flaps and follow the sealing method in vid 572.

To learn how to flap the envelope, click this vid:

 flapping envelopes and cards 

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Flap, seal, go, fast.

Ever wonder how some folks can be done with a stack of 20 envelopes in about the same time it takes you to do this.

 Watch "572. How to seal envelopes lightening fast!" on YouTube