3.26.2008

Soap Gem

I played around with some soap yesterday and came up with this:

soap gem turquoise


They are fun to make but more time-consuming than making a regular batch. I'm trying to decide whether to list it at my shop and make more... I'd have to list it at a higher price point than my regular bars. What do you think?

12 comments:

Teresa R said...

Should definitely list higher if it's more work. A nice explanation to accompany it would be good. Of course, anyone who's bought soap from you before will know that it'll be fabulous and well worth the cost. :)

Jennifer Robin said...

I've been watching your blog and just finally had to speak up and tell you how beautiful your soaps are!

savonara said...

Thanks jennifer robin! I loved your wordless wednesday photo today.


I appreciate the compliment Teresa! :)

Joanna Schmidt said...

Ok, so....why wouldn't you sell this?
It is Perfection Ball! I love it. It looks like marble....really colorful marble.

savonara said...

lol Joanna! That's one nice thing about Etsy, if I want to I can sell just one of something. Very different from craft shows where one lonely single item sitting by itself on the table never ever seems to sell. I'll have to figure out a price & try listing it.

A Woman with Scents said...

It's gorgeous! I have a "Turquoise" fragrance oil...perhaps my fo should meet your soap ball!

Casey said...

I think it is worth the extra cost. It is really beautiful, it looks like a piece of turquoise.

TheRagtreeCompany said...

I LOVE it! It is beautiful and I think you are paying for more than just soap... it is art!

Waterrose said...

That soap is lovely. I don't know how much more it would be, but I think there would be a market it for them. You should try a batch on Etsy and just see.

jenny-up the hill said...

I think it's absolutely lovely!

Body Language Soaps said...

It doesn't even look like soap! It's absolutely gorgeous!!!

Kim said...

Gorgeous soap!! Nice work!
Namaste
kim