While videos demonstrating your craft can be helpful to your business, you may not always have funds to hire a professional to create a video. However, the last thing you want to do is to make a video that make viewers cringe – or worse yet, click away – because of poor sound, lighting or camera techniques.
Artisans and small businesses are offering some interesting melt and pour soaps this summer. As we know, glycerin soapmaking is an ever changing artform. That’s one of the reasons why there are new designs brought to market every day. It’s the beauty of melt and pour – the fact that it is so extremely versatile. I’ve taken a spin on the internet, visiting Etsy, Artfire and small business websites to see what’s hot in melt and pour colors and additives.
Bright colors are taking the stage this summer in clear melt and pour, with lots of blues, greens, oranges, pinks and reds in both bar soaps and novelty shapes. Whereas some of these are one-tone bars poured in single cavity molds, many designers are continuing to layer colors both horizontally as well as in vertical and angled layers in loaf molds and selling the sliced bars.
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