Soap Crafting Release Party in Bellingham

For any soapy-enthusiasts who live in the Bellingham, Washington area (that includes Vancouver BC and Seattle), we have a treat for you. On August 29 at 7 p.m., I’ll be hanging out at Village Books in Fairhaven for a special presentation of the Soap Crafting book. I’ll explain the inspiration behind the recipes, talk about the writing and testing process, answer any questions and just generally chat about my favorite topic — soap! There is no cost to attend and no need to RSVP, just bring yourself and your copy of the book (I’ll stick around at the end to sign copies!). Of course, they’ll have copies on hand to sell at Village as well.

What: A very special presentation of Soap Crafting

When: Thursday, August 29 at 7 p.m.

Where: Village Books (1200 11th St, Bellingham, WA 98225)

Why?!:  To meet up and chat about soap (and all things Soap Crafting, of course!)

You can view full the full event info on the Village Books website here, and I hope to see you there. Until then, happy soaping! =)

12 Responses to “Soap Crafting Release Party in Bellingham”

  1. Wow! This is so so so exciting! I’m thrilled for you and I love the graphic. That is the cutest rendition. How happy your cartoon is surrounded by bars of soap. I so wish I lived there so I could come and support you, but I will be there in spirit and I will share your good news. Congratulations — from me and on behalf of all of the members of the Indie Business Network! So proud of you!

  2. Leanna says:

    Awww my birthday is August 29th! Too bad I made plans to be in Chiago or I’d be there! I saw the soap crafting book at Barnes and Noble today and even though I thought melt and pour was great I’m tempted to try cold process!

    • Hi Leanna!

      We would have loved to have you here and we hope you have a fabulous birthday. If you get a chance to try cold process, let us know, we’d like to hear how it goes for you. :)

      Happy Soaping!
      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  3. Maria says:

    OOh I can’t wait. I’m trying to convince the hubs to make it a mini vacay without the boys & get a hotel & such. Would love to chat about business & all things soapy :D I hope we can make it.

  4. Jan says:

    Will you ever have any books on Melt and Pour ideas and recipes? I haven’t gotten into Cold Process yet. But would love more projects for melt and pour. Thank you!

  5. You and your book are certainly worthy of a release party! Corny, I know, but it brought tears to my eyes when I opened it! Congratulations it is a beautiful publication. Because your party is 2,785 miles away from me I will not be able to make it this time but maybe for the next one ;)

  6. Dan Wilson says:

    You know, I might stop by. I’ll probably be the only guy there. I was planning on taking my daughter to B’ham for a campus visit anyway. I started making my own soap to support my beekeeping operation and I like doing it. Good videos BTW.

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