Monica of TG Bears is a true artist. I met her when I started one of my Facebook groups and I think we have been friends since. I have been wanting to get my hands on one of her artisan bears and I was lucky enough to have won a contest for her famous Theodore… Continue reading SHARE THE LOVE Artist Spotlight ~ Monica of TG Bears
I had all intentions of whipping up some nice soaps, but the Soap Gremlin (who us soap makers blame disasters on) came to visit me today. First I worked on melt and pour embeds and nothing terrible happened there. Really, how much trouble can I get into with embeds. The first thing that happened was my… Continue reading Disaster in the Soap Kitchen
That is what I hear all the time, especially when it comes to my cupcakes and cake slices along with “that looks like fudge”. That would be great to hear if you could actually eat it, but these treats are not meant for your mouth or your tummy. They are pure soap. Why do I… Continue reading That looks good enough to eat!
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https://youtu.be/M4z90wlwYs8 I love this video of 100 Years of American fashion in under 2 minutes! My favorites are the 20s, 30s, and 70s. Things got weird in the 80s, and then just cringe-worthy in the early aughts. Raise your hand if you had a closet full of polyester lingerie camis…
I met Kris from Kayorcee Creations by watching her videos on YouTube. She shares her products with all of us and I have to say that my two favorite videos are when she taught us how to make our own silicone molds and when she displays her scoopable soy wax dessert melts. First I tried the silicone and… Continue reading SHARE THE LOVE Artist Spotlight ~ Kris of Kayorcee Creations