Archive | November, 2014

HUGE day tomorrow, the day after and the day after that!

19 Nov

 I’m getting ready for 3 BIG days in a row!

Day 1:  November 20 (tomorrow)

The Mountain Lakes Club


10am to 3pm


6pm to 10pm

Where there will be high end crafter’s/products.  I have to say I’m a bit nervous that I’ll be with the best of the best AND I have to be honest that I secretly chuckle at the thought of P.S. I Love Soap Co. being one of them. I feel so honored! So, if you live anywhere near North Jersey particularly:

Mountain Lakes: 

(it should be a great show & great time!)



Join us at the Mountain Lakes Holiday Boutique on Thursday, November 20th at The Mountain Lakes Club, 18 Lake Drive, Mountain Lakes. I and 30 other vendors will be offering unique merchandise that is perfect for your holiday gift needs.

Daytime shopping hours are 10am-3pm for a low $5 admission price. We amp up the festive fun for the evening hours, so bring a couple of friends and make it a ladies night out!

From 6-10 pm, shop, wine and dine with us as you enjoy a complimentary glass of wine, appetizers and a raffle ticket included in the $20.00 admission. Admission is payable at the door.  All proceeds benefit the community grants program of the Town Club of Mountain Lakes.

Day 2:  November 21 (Friday)

Rockaway Valley School Harvest Festival

Hours 3:30pm to 8pm


It’s never too early to plan for the holidays! This season, consider Rockaway Valley School’s Class of 2015’s Harvest Festival Boutique as your shopping destination and save the date for Friday, November 21st for our newly revamped Holiday Boutique! The one-day only event will feature a wide array of vendors offering everything from apparel and jewelry to handmade wares and Food & Seasonal Treats—there’s something for everyone on your list! Admission is free and open to the public, and the proceeds from all sales directly support The RVS Class of 2015 trip to Washington DC.


Day 3 November 21 (Saturday)

Valleyview Middle School

Hours: 9:45am to 3pm


Holiday shopping at it’s very best! With over 30 vendors you’re sure to find something for everyone on your list! Plus, with a  raffle of over 70 prizes you’re sure to win!


And the best  is:

ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE VALLEYVIEW PTA: to help fund class trips, awards, scholarships and classroom equipment


Hope to see you there!



Happiness = Getting rid of SOAP SCUM!

17 Nov

I don’t think I’ve ever been this happy!! Being the Soapmaker that I am I’m always using lots of Soap.

What comes with SOAP?


That dreaded chalk like substance that you just can’t get off of the tile, shower doors or the shower floor. It’s awful well I thought it was awful until I found Fabulessly and their fantastic tutorial about removing Soap Scum with 3 ingredients. I have to say I was skeptical but I figured it was all of 3 ingredients and a bit of my time. So, I tried it and guess what? It Works it really works! I’m  so excited I just have to tell everyone!

If I would have known how well it would work I would have taken before & after pics. Even the hubby noticed how clean and let me say Shinny the shower floor was. And the best part is you spray and walk away for about a half an hour, then come back and wipe it down. That’s it!

So you ask, what’s the recipe?

You can click here to see the original blog post  from Fabulessly  or keep reading and I share their recipe!


1 cup of Vinegar mixed w/ 1 tbsp of cornstarch heated in the microwave for approximately 1.5 to 2 minutes.

Add 2 tbsp of liquid dish soap to a sprayer bottle.

Then pour the vinegar-cornstarch solution to the sprayer bottle. Shake. Now you’re ready to spray and get rid of that dreaded SCUM!

Don’t forget to tell everyone even your cleaning person!

Happy November 1st!

1 Nov

I just can not believe how time fly’s!


I’ve been extremely busy with the soap business and my personal life. And I just realized at this very moment (well, probably  ten minutes ago) that it’s November 1st! It’s November 1st and I haven’t written a post in like forever.

So I started thinking what could I share with you that would be a wealth of information.  AND Boom I remembered reading this awesome blog post about *ORGANIC and what that means written by The Sirona Springs Blog. You can read the post here. You need to go and read this post! Ruth Esteves really tells you everything you need to know when it comes to ORGANIC and soap products! She is the owner of Sirona Springs onlne and the co-owner of The Nova studio where she gets to teach what she loves to do.

Anyway, I hope you do go and read her post about what ORGANIC really means!