Betty works for Creative Soap Week and was kind enough to give us a little shout out on her site! Thanks Betty! We’re honored to be recognized with other fantastic soaper’s like Soapylove and Sunbasilgarden Soaps and A Breath of French Air!
Check out the feature HERE!
Want to learn how to make the featured soap? Check out the Watermelon tutorial HERE and the Soapy Rocks HERE!
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This is one of my favorite places to come and shop. I also love the Soap Queen blog! Fabulous! I try to do unique items, but sometimes, when I’m in a rut, I do come here and try to see what can be seen…cause it will often jog my memory and spur my creativity.
Thanks so much, Anne Marie!
Coquette Bath & Home™
Aw, thank you! I am so glad that your soap turned out well. I really appreciate your business too!
There are so many great soapmakers out there. We were flattered you chose to blog about us =) Thank you!
Yes, yes … that seems like a million years ago but I definitely was on the FBI path with being a corrections officer and interning at a police department. And now, oddly enough, my entire life is soap, soap and small business! Life sure can be funny sometimes. =)
My daughter and I just recieved the Swirl Soap kit. We watched your episode on the process and then we made our soap. It turned out amazing. Thank you so much.
Betty Miller says
Thank you for helping us spread the word, Anne-Marie! Your soaps are so much fun!!
And to all the fabulous soapmakers out there: don’t hesitate to share your story! We might even publish it!
Betty from CreativeSoapWeek.com
I didn’t realize you were planning to work for the FBI. That is interesting and neat that you found your true passion.