As some may know we’re taking the plunge and opening our own Webstore.
(YAY, for us!)
There is just one teeny problem WE have hit a snag with the WordPress Theme.
Someone (that shall be nameless) have left us in the dust.
AND now we’re in NEED of some help. PLEASE…………If you KNOW someone…. (and if not then say a prayer for us…lol)
Please contact us. (email@example.com)
We’d love to get this site up and running. The ONLY thing left to do is to change the font color, some button colors and a few other colors…I’m assuming it’s html/css coding?
Here on the east coast some of the snow has melted (not all) but some.
But just to let you know as I’m typing this it’s snow flurrying. ICK! I’m not sure about you but I’m in NEED of some warmth and sunshine. I think they call it SPRING! Yes, that’s what they call it Spring>>>>>
I can not wait to see the flowers pop and the leaves on trees and smell the fresh clean air. AHHHH….. it’s what I long for. In the meantime I make soaps that brighten my day. Hope they brighten yours too!
LILAC – (in the mold)
Out of the mold:
Here’s another Lilac:
AND LAST, Before:
Hope you enjoyed these pics!!!! Hope you’re enjoying your day
As I wait for another snow storm that’s headed this way. I remembered I never added the finished pic from the other day. So here it is:
and here’s another soap I made:
AND here’s the
How do you think they LOOK???
Thank goodness for Monday and one day closer to Spring. This winter has been nothing but White on White on White. AND to tell you the truth I’ve just about had it. There is only so much white I can handle. You know its bad when you wake up in the morning and you look outside to see if it snowed. And when you LOOK outside it looks exactly the same as the night before. That is until you looks at the side walk or the road and notice that yes it did indeed snow. AHHHHH..
Thank God for Soaping! I’ve started to make my spring soaps. I’m starting with Lilac. Oh, have I LOVE the scent of Lilacs in the Spring.
AFTER is not done yet but will post a pic tomorrow when it’s done. I can not wait to see how the inside turns out! The anticipation is killing me!!!
I have finally finished the
*Wormie in Dirt soap*
I have to say they look more realistic than ever! and smell that way too. Sometimes things do happen for a reason.
What do you think????
btw, If you’re interested in purchasing one it’s SOLD Exclusively on Opensky! and if you’re not on Opensky what are you waiting for? There are so many unique and different products from real people…. Hope to see ya there
O’ yes they did. And to tell you the truth there is nothing worse than having to shovel. IK! That’s really one thing I could do without. Yesterday, after I was done shoveling I started going through the soaps I NEED to sell (to be able to restock for the spring)
I have two boxes with 20 mixed soaps in each. There is absolutely nothing wrong with these soaps other than the fact they are almost out of season.
Each box is $39 and includes shipping. Wow! that’s under $2 a bar and it includes shipping. Unheard of! What a great way to try our soaps if you’ve never had the opportunity because money is a factor. Or maybe you LOVE handcrafted soaps but are unable to afford them right now.
You’ll have to act quickly though I only have 2 boxes. Once there gone there gone!
If you are interested please email us at,
This is a first for PS I Love Soap Co. What is the first you ask? Holly (sweetest girl ever) from The County Chick blog asked if I’d sponsor a giveaway for the 14 Days of Love Giveaway, How romantic is that? (here’s the link: http://tinyurl.com/ohuy6vn ) and if I’d send her a bar also. I had to really think things over but I decided to sponsor the giveaway and send her the bar of soap.
She used the soap and has written the most awesome blog post! You can read it here.
THANK YOU, Holly!!!!!!!
If you read my post from the other day you know the nightmare in the *LOVE kitchen that took place. You can read about it here. It wasn’t a pretty sight.
After a long hard talk with myself after making 3 failed batches and having no clue why? (other than a hunch)
I went with my hunch and this is what I did with the three failed batches….
Since there were three layers I had to divide them and cut them into pieces. Then I added a bit of Distilled water (not too much) and placed into the microwave and melted them.
I started laying the layers back into the mold.
BOTTOM LAYER In!
MIDDLE LAYER In!
AND the TOP LAYER, In!
Then I insulated and left it there overnight. While I was biting my nails in the hopes it would turn out as expected.
YES!!!!!!They came out fine! Now, it’s a matter of time. I’ll check them periodically but they LOOK Great
Moral of the lesson: I NEED to get used to the feeling of the new hand blender!
Just in case you’re LOOKING for an answer right now for some other type of soaping problem Go and check out this Anne-Marie is a wealth of information!
In case you have no idea what the LOVE Kitchen is,
it’s the place where P.S. I Love Soap Co. comes to life.
I have so many things going on right now it’s really hard for me to focus on anything. Although, I’ve always been able to soap when I have things on my mind. But, lately……
AH!!! is the ONLY way I can describe it.
I have been making Coffee Mocha Kitchen hand soap for years and I mean years. It’s one of my BEST sellers of ALL- Time! I’m getting frustrated batch by batch because bad things are happening….AND I’ve checked the recipe 80 million times and can’t figure it out.
See where the arrow is pointing? Well, that’s oil and that’s not a good thing. Still can’t figure it out. That was the first batch. The second batch I said to myself…”self, maybe you didn’t mix it long enough?” So, I mixed it longer to make certain it was at trace. (and again, I’ve made this soap multiple, multiple, multiple times…..)
Guess what happened again? YEP, you got it. It looked the the picture above. AH>>>>
As I type this I have a third batch that will be ready for the unveil tomorrow. I have my fingers, toes and places I can’t talk about crossed…Wish me luck!
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