This next book, The Magic Of Soap Dough, (The Complete Guide To Soap Dough) has been created entirely by my imagination, self-education and experiences for you!
As we approach the shortest day of the year I become reflective and quiet. Thinking of this past year, of all the great soapers and creatives in the Facebook Sorcery Creations group, all of you who have believed in Sorcery Soaps and invited my version of magic into your homes – I feel incredibly grateful. […]
I want to tell you a story. Not outright a soap story, but if you can trust me a bit, know I won’t waste your time, you might see what I saw. As some of you might know, we moved into our Hobbit home with great delight and anticipation of new beginnings. We call it […]
I have known of The Soap Mine for some time by the distinctive and colorful drop pour soaps, however, I have recently connected the name with the company. So delighted to actually meet Vicki Hinde! Read along and learn more about this amazing soap artist. Social media links: Blog: https://thesoapmine.wordpress.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheSoapMine/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/thesoapmine (@thesoapmine) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesoapmine/ […]
Maybe a year ago I saw a video of Annie, Arachne’s Demise; A Modern Apothecary, molding soap dough where Sorcery Soap was mentioned. Her highly creative design was hindered by not have simple hand tools. I knew nothing about her, but saw she needed something that I could provide so I sent her a Sorcery […]
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Many soap makers do more than one hand craft. What got my attention about Rachel was how she answered a post on our Facebook group, Sorcery Creations. I realized she did much more than just make soap. Here is a spotlight on kind-hearted and resourceful, Rachel Martin of the Handcrafter’s Lair. Is soap all you […]
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I met Jo Haslauer in an experimental group to write books. I was stunned when I found out who she was, as I didn’t connect her name with the research I’d done on natural colorants. Jo’s soap images and information had popped up more than once and I recognized her soaps immediately. Jo was incredibly […]
There is something subtle and magical about the desert. How can this be, you ask, when all there is are cactus, faded colors and dirt? That is what the casual observer will see. There is a deeper beauty. I have lived in the southwest for 22 years. I first moved to Sedona, Arizona, an area […]
I want to tell you a story… It’s just a story. It is not my identity. I have hesitated sharing this story because I don’t like being boxed into an identity and stuck there. I left a marriage and a solid career because I could see I wasn’t allowed to grow outside that box. No […]
Interview with Janet Darrow of Soap Making Group Janet Darrow is the moderator of one of the largest Facebook soaping groups around, Soap Making. Janet manages over 36,000 members, daily and does it with kindness, decrement, and a healthy does of wit. Janet does all this and makes her own soaps. Learn more about Janet […]
Yesterday, I posted a story about country life, growing food and chickens. Although soaping can be all consuming, we are all multifaceted. Like over sniffing fragrance oil coffee beans cleanse the palate, so does a new story. A new story can offer a moment to dream. While dreaming with our eyes open we make ourselves available to […]
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