Wednesday, October 16, 2013

It's been too long!

Oh wow... well I thought I hadn't written anything here in a while but I didn't realise it was last January! Goodness me... that is an awfully long time to say nothing on there.  I'm sure everyone's forgotten about me by now, in Blogland. 

I have to hold my hands up and I'm Sorry!

I found there was only enough hours in the day and the business, instead of slowing down for the usual post Christmas slump, sped up even more than pre Christmas.  To say I was shocked is an understatement.  But it does mean that I had less time to write on here.  Which is actually a rather feeble excuse because how long does a blog post take? Well sometimes an age but sometimes a fantastic image is enough so no excuse Celine, get to the back of the class.

After Debbie from Nature's Garden Candles Blog contacted me to say that I'd been named in their very recent Top 50 Soapmaking Blogs, did I think that I needed to work more on the blog and bring it back into the social media fold. 

So... to whet your appetites, here's an image of my very recent launch of our Christmas Pure Silk Irish Handmade soaps range ... in the next few posts, I'll put some images in of the finished articles plus links for the Making Of... and Cutting Of... videos. 

Please, forgive me?


  1. That's a drop-dead gorgeous array of soaps there! And I'm glad you're blogging again!

  2. Absolutely beautiful soaps!! You'll have great Christmas sales...

  3. I'm really happy to see you are blogging again! I really like your blog and your gorgeous soaps, so I felt a bit sad that perhaps I came to the party too late. Same thing with Amy@10th Avenue. I was really happy when she started blogging again. I started making soap last April, and started my blog last May. I am addicted to anything soapy, and you guessed it, reading blogs included.
    Congratulations on being in Nature's Garden list of 50 best blogs!
    Your Christmas soaps look fabulous!!!

  4. You're soaps are gorgeous and thank you for being so generous with the tutorials! Might I ask how you get your lovely shade of red in your cp soaps? I have never been able to find a true red for cp.


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