Ramblings of a goat & soap addict : )
Well...this is my first attempt at a "blog"... I'm Korie, I like doing things that make me smile. I LOVE doing things that make others smile even more : )!!! What started out a hobby to help pay for the goats feed & care has turned into a full blown business. Every step has been a baby step that takes me one step closer to telling my hubby he can get a less STRESSFUL job : ). Working together would be AMAZING!!!
I officially have a Soap Studio! I'm renting space in the Armadilla Wax Works Candle Factory. It's in Prescott Valley at the end of Lorna Lane. I'm very excited and nervous at the same time : )! I want to thank all my Amazing supporters~ Thank you <3
Pictures coming soon!
I've been pretty vocal about moving out of the kitchen to a soap studio & not making it work. It's not like I can't go back to the kitchen I just want to.
My husband looked at me and said I can make that go away.
I asked how???
He said, all I have to do is tell you, you can't. How did that work for the lady who said you couldn't teach yourself how to make soap especially goat milk soap?!
I looked at him said cool tell me I can't?! PLEASE!
He just looked at me and said... I don't have to.
Life is good with support like his <3!!!
I've been learning new techniques through Amy's Soap Challenge. This month is the Butterfly Swirl. You do the swirl and after cutting the soap two bars put together should look like a butterfly. I used Emma's (age 4) Twilight Sprinkle it's a Vegan Coconut Milk Soap. I have to say this is a fun soap to make! Every bar that's cut is a surprise but when cutting and matching this soap up was a real surprise : )!
I let Emma pick the soap that will be entered into the contest then I'll mail her soaps to her when they are ready to use : ). Thesingle soap is her WINNER out of a LOOOT of choices- she made her pick pretty quickly : ).