Whatever is true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable,excellent or praiseworthy...think about such things." Phil. 4:8

Thursday, May 3, 2012

More Decoratively Packaged Gift Soaps...



I've made a few more packages of gift soap to share.  I'm going to have a "Lunch & Learn" for some of the ladies from Church.  We will be having a craft show at our annual Christmas Luncheon and I thought these might make a cute contribution and not be too difficult to do.
The money we raise goes to WIC (Women In the Church) to enable us to do a variety of projects throughout the year helping those in need etc. I am excited about this and if it goes well I will find additional things for us to make for the craft show!.
Vintage velvet pansies from a vintage hat just full of them!
I'm not sure how much we'll charge.  Do you think around $5.00 is too much?  If you are interested in making these you can find my Tutorial HERE.

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I hope you enjoyed my little soaps.  Until next time...
Blessings,
L




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9 comments:

  1. I think 4.95 is a good price for the pretty wrapped soap!
    Have a great weekend.
    Warmly,
    deb

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  2. thank you Linda for stopping by and commenting on my guest post. I enjoyed your post today. Such a pretty arrangement of flowers, I don't know how crafty people put things together like that, so beautiful. New blog follower.

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  3. Your soaps are lovely. I don't do this kind of pretty detailed work often but I would be one to purchase them as gifts for friends and family.

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  4. Those are gorgeous and worth every penny of $5 with all of the decorations, flowers, ribbons, butterflies...Tooo cute

    Carol

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  5. Yes, I agree with the others, $5. is perfect. I used to decorate soaps like yours and sold them for that price and they sold very well. Lovely job on them. Good luck at the church craft show. Hugs...Lu

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  6. Hi there. Thanks for stopping by Cozy Blanket. Tell me more about the French Outdoor Market. Is it in downtown Denver. We are going to Bromfield the end of this month. I wonder if I can talk
    my husband to staying on more day........and were you the person that mentioned a couple other places in the Denver area that had great things. Where abouts do you live.
    Hope you are having a good day. The weather is perfect here today and we can't say that very many days.

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    1. Hi Debby- It is actually called A Paris Street Market (http://www.aparisstreetmarket.com/) and it is actually in Littleton, CO. It is the first Saturday of the month. I hope your hubby will take you ...it looks like fun!
      I am in Colorado Springs, CO --- where are you? TT U soon. Blessings, L

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  7. Hello, These are so very lovely! So beautifully feminine!
    Kathy

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  8. So in love of this! do you wanna follow each other?:X

    FashionSpot.ro

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