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Sunday, July 24, 2011

7/24 Featured Artist

How long have you been perfecting your Craft? 

"I have been making soaps for about 3 years now. I make cold process soaps as well as “melt and pour” soaps."

What do you love about your Craft?

"I love the mixing of the ingredients and the process of making soap from scratch using the cold process method. But I also love the artistic details of doing the “melt and pour” soaps."

What do you do in your spare time?

"When I am not making soap or taking care of animals, I am either knitting or dabbling in jewelry making."

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Here are a few of my favorite soaps from Sandy's Shop!

Oats and Honey

Oats and Honey
Oats and Honey Oats and Honey 
Oatmeal to soothe and calm skin and honey nourishes and leaves skin feeling soft and smooth. 
Although this soap is unscented, it has a wonderful natural, nutty smell to it! 
Great for sensitive skin or even babies.

Lavender Soap

Lavender Soap
Lavender Soap  Lavender Soap
The classic clean, fresh lavender scent. Gentle enough for babies!

Brown Sugar Scrub Soap

Brown Sugar Scrub Soap
Brown Sugar Scrub Soap  Brown Sugar Scrub Soap 
Brown sugar scrub and shea butter soap.

This wonderful soap has one side that is a brown sugar scrub, much like a pumice stone, this is a great way to gently exfoliate, and smooth away rough skin with a light creamy lather for exfoliating. 
The other side is made from a shea butter base which is skin nourishing and super moisturizing.

Scented with yummy brown sugar fragrance. 

Gardener's Hand Soap

Gardener's Hand Soap
Gardener's Hand Soap Gardener's Hand Soap  
Gardener's Hand Soap contains cornmeal and pumice to gently scrub hands clean. 
The delightful lavender and citrus scent comes from essential oils of lavender and litsea cubea.
A Little about Sandy's Soaps...

1. "Our soaps are made from scratch using the old-fashioned cold process method of combining various oils, butters, and lye in just the right amounts to create a luxurious soap that we are proud to offer to you."

2. "We make all our soap in very small batches so we have precise quality control over the entire process."

3. "After curing for 4 - 6 weeks, we hand-cut and individually package each soap. You know you are getting a soap that is finely crafted and one-of-a-kind!"

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