Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Soap Stamp

Bern, a member I met on The Dish Forum (, made me a soap stamp for my soaps!  I am very excited about this stamp.

That is the stamp he made me.  It's an acrylic material; it works really good with the soap and is very easy to wash!

And here are a few pictures of my NEW Lemontini soap... I changed the recipe to add poppy seeds in it.  IT really gives it a more natural feel.  I love the little poppy seeds!

I have made a new label to go on my soaps that will show off my soap stamp.  I'll post a picture of that later along with some other soaps stamped!

If you are interested in getting a soap stamp for your soap, email Bern and

Wow - I haven't updated in awhile because things have been a little hectic around here!  I finished my first semester of college with a 3.62/4.0 GPA - pretty snazzy!  Spring semester has already begun, and I am taking English, Science, Calculus, Microeconomics (My first business class!), and Communications.

I am trying to come up with a new soap scent - one that includes patchouli.  Patch seems to be a favorite to many people, and for some soapers, it is their best selling soap.  I am thinking about doing a Patchouli, Litsea, and Lavender essential oil blend.  I mixed the scents and I'm letting them sit for a few days to mix before I ask my family what they think.  The litsea (a lemongrass type smelling EO) really takes the edge off of the patchouli.  If you are a patch lover, what are some of your favorite EO mixes?!  Any and all input helps!  

Have a Reviving day!



  1. Lemon Patch, Lavender Patch, Orange Patch

    Love your blog, btw!

  2. Caitlin, very nice stamp your soaps and very elegant. I have been in contact with Bern, to see if I can make a stamp for my soaps (thanks for the information.)

    Congratulations for your blog.

  3. You'll have to post a picture if you get a stamp!