Next month the next town over (my town, kinda) has a harvest festival. We haven't done a festival or a farmer's market yet, because we're so small (but we're getting there!) and can't afford to pay a lot of big bucks just to participate. This festival has a very small fee to get a space, and I think it would be a good way to debut our little farm. I would like to have lots of information about what we do here, some nice produce (depending on what's popping at the time), and soaps and candles, since I can make them and then know that they're on hand. I've spent pretty much this past month making soaps, working on packaging and descriptions, and I have a way to go yet. But before I put them all away to be ready for the festival, I thought I'd show you what I've got so far.
Ready? Buckle up and put on your pith helmet!
|Saffron in Honey|
|Lorelei's Roses--named for my daughter|
|Sunshine and Chamomile|
|Rockin' Raspberry Porter--this one is a beer soap|
Yep, I am enjoying this. It is a great way to just express my artistic soapy side. It's very relaxing to do, as well. I hope we do well at the festival. If not, we will be the CLEANEST family in Ulster County, bar none.