Sunday, September 23, 2012





13 comments:

  1. I LOOOOOVE your photos. Can you give any tips? Do you take them yourself? What program do you use to improve them? How do you get the perfect white background? Gorgeous!!!! XO JEn

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  2. lynn! i just love the look of your soaps and the your branding!
    i wishing you all the best from this side of the world!

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  3. Hi Jennifer I have an inexpensive camera (Lumix) at about 200.00 I think. I believe the biggest thing is good natural lighting and funny my laundry is the place to catch good photos in the later afternoon :0) I use a shite sheet to take the photos on and then use this programme to make the backgrounds white......So easy to use and was delighted to find it :0)
    http://fotofuze.com/

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    1. Ooops white was what I should have typed :0)

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  4. Hey Dear Stacey many thanks and I send double the best wishes to your side of the pond ;0)

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  5. amazing Lyn, a treat as always!

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  6. I am in love with all your soaps!

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  7. So totally loving all of these soaps! The colors, textures and names all are fabulous. :)

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  8. Hi Lyn!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment! It's nice to meet you =)

    I had to giggle when you said you're a soap maker that discovered card making and Copic markers. I'm a paper crafter/copic artist who discovered soap making, lol.

    Have a great weekend!

    Jan

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  9. I forgot to tell you I think your soaps are beautiful!

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  10. Oh thanks Jan my goodness I am drooling all over your blog what an incredible talent you are I am loving my copics just bought my first lot this week gone. Of course I plan to add to it as time goes by unless of course I have a big lotto win :)

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  11. How do you get your branding into your soaps? Is it a stamp? If so, where did you get it. I love your soaps. Do you have an Etsy store?

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    1. Hi Christine I had my stamps made by Richard Pang (google Bebe) He is in Taiwan and I have had excellent service these are acrylic stamps I do have an etsy store which for the moment is empty I have taken some time out but do plan on returning to the world of soaping

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