Today is an ugly batch of soap, that I turn beautiful, because it’s easy to fix most problems in the soap world. It’s also a recipe day, but don’t let my ugly soap deter you; the recipe itself is good but the type of wine I used is not so much. The reason why I published this is because I realized while making this that it’s very likely most people that make wine soaps for the very first time, likely use white wine for their very first batch. And sometimes this can happen.
Make it, let me know how you like it, all of the the things!
Soap & Clay is a family owned business operating in Washington State, but started out online thanks to Mrs. Soap & Clay’s kickass brother and his amazing web design skills. The business was started as a tribute to Mrs. Soap & Clay’s grandmother, the OG maker in the family that cultivated everyone’s love for the DIY life. The studio/retail shop opened in 2017 on 6th Ave in Tacoma, and immediately began teaching soap, bath bomb, lotion, and scrub classes to the makers and maker enthusiasts of the PNW. In 2019, the pottery studio opened as well, making the soap shop a busy place full of artistic energy every minute of the day.
Mrs. Soap & Clay has been featured on Business Spotlight, New Day Northwest, and was awarded a coveted place on the South Sound’s 40 under 40 list in 2019, an award given to the most influential business people under the age of 40 each year. She cried when she walked up to the podium to accept the award. A lot.
Drawing from her chemistry background and her maker spirit, Mrs. Soap & Clay infuses her favorite things into her soapy designs and creates products that are fun to see, use, and learn to make. Stick around for this ride – she’ll take you on a great one.
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