[soapcraft] Re: Newbies


Kia ora

I like to see the saop so I chose cellophane bags that have a peel off seal
that I bought off trade me,I got four different sizes` cos I make lots of
different sized soaps. they don't hug the soap but I do quite like them (ho
we will wait and see what the soap swap feedback says ...i think I am after
loiuse and by the by, just so u all know, of course I want the full monty
feedback lol)...plastic isnt my fav material but because my soaps are made
to appeaal visually, u have to be able to see them. My honeycomb soap is
juat cured today so I am goignto package it up and see how it looks it has
vanilla and honey fragrance oils, cinamon for colour swirl, and my own
recipe with cocoa butter, coconut, olive, palm, castor,soya and canola and
bubble wrap to give the honeycomb feature and so me crayon to try to get
gold not totally successfully but it does look fascinating..
 
Arohanui
Mandy Coleman
Mokihinui Mansions
36-56 Lewis Street
Mokihinui
RD1 Westport
037821837
0273075881

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On Behalf Of Kathryn Bellamy
Sent: Saturday, 13 March 2010 5:32 p.m.
To: soapcraft@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [soapcraft] Re: Newbies

A link for the boxes? Gosh, I must have missed that. Ross, could you 
resend that link?
I'm much interested in other people's packaging solutions, as I've not 
done so well in that department and could use all the advice anyone may 
have. What sort of packaging does everyone use? I've seen some soap in 
vacuum  plastic and others in cardboard  boxes or sleeves, and others 
without packaging at all. What does everyone think about the packaging 
issue? Is totally  "naked" best? Or do customers prefer boxes?
As you can see, though I've been making soap a couple of years, I'm 
still very much a newbie in the business side of things.

Kim & Clyde Stirling wrote:
> Ross sent a link for his boxes, wow, love the boxes - they are amazing.
> Ross, do you develop the designs yourself?
> Thanks
> Kim
>   

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