Crafts

Making Homemade Butter










Making Vanilla Extract











Homemade Vanilla, Lemon and Orange Baking Extracts









Updated Writing and Using A Meal Plan





Making Fire Cider for congestion/sinus issues
Making Liquid Hand Soap

Making Laundry Soap - Liquid & Powdered Recipes
Homemade Laundry Soap - the update
Laundry Detergent:  Recipe, Ingredient Breakdown + Soap Nuts Review
Making Dryer Balls From Recycled Wool Clothing






Homemade Drain Cleaner











Dish Soap - Is It Better To Make It or Buy It? {includes recipes}







Our Recipes For Natural Cleaners






Chocolate-Covered Orange Homemade Lip Balm {includes alternative flavors}
How-To Make Lotion Bars - 2 Recipes







Recipe For Extra Moisturizing Lotion










Homemade Bath and Body Products









Homemade Lip Balm











Homemade Lavender and Orange Lotion Bar







Homemade Peppermint Sugar Scrub








Homemade Rosemary and Mint Olive Oil Soap






Facial Scrubs - Honey-Oatmeal, Lemon-Sugar and Basic Sugar Scrubs







Lemon-Poppyseed Moisturizing Sugar Scrub







Moisturizing Vanilla Latte Sugar Scrub
Lavender Lip Sugar Scrub








All-Purpose Balm/Salve {plus how-to make herbal infusion oils}







Little One's All-Purpose Herbal Balm











Dandelion Salve


Making Soy Candles







Sewing Reusable Cloth "Baggies"
Making Sock Snowmen










Homemade Oil Diffuser










Canvas Photo Transfer








Recycling/Re-Purposing Lamps - Painting A Lamp Base













Salt Dough Ornaments and Tags










Button Christmas Tree Dish Towel








Customized Mugs








How To Add A Hovering Pin-It Button To Blogger Photos

Blogger Tip:  How To Add To Your Sidebar Without Including A Title

How To Start A Blog

2 comments:

Bobbie said...

HELP!!
I was browsing your craft section and see you have instructions for hand soap. I want to make hand soap for Christmas baskets.
What preservative(s) do you use for the soaps you sell? I have no desire to sell soap, but want to make the soaps now (January/February, 2016) to add to my homemade gift baskets I'm making for this coming Christmas (for family and friends only). With the weather being too cold for me to go outside, I'd like to make the soaps now. I'm new to this area but did locate the nearest library. Following your lead, I'll search for a book on how to make soap. Searching on the computer is a little intimidating to me, but if you gave me a link address, I could figure it out.
I LOVE your blog and am a regular follower.
Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.
Bobbie
bobbiejessh@gmail.com

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Bobbie - I just sent you an email. We don't use a preservative for our cold-process soap. It should last just fine for a year. The only risk you take is that the scent may fade. Depends on the type of scent {citrus, for instance, fades fast}, but it could last for just a couple of months to over a year. As far as a good soapmaking book goes, I just love the Soap Crafting book from the Brambleberry.com sight. That one is available now and she is releasing a new book in the next month or two - can't wait!
Hope this helps!!
Staci