You may recall me chatting about Lily. Little Lily's mom and dad own the coffee shop above my shop. Lily likes hanging out at both Julie's shop and mine. She's the smartest eight year old I've ever had the pleasure of knowing. A couple of weeks ago Lily had a grand idea. The notion was to offer my soap in small bits and pieces so that you could add a few dots into a warm bath.
The idea was expanded when a favorite customer came in and suggested Lily's Soap Bites would be an ideal choice to carry in her purse while out and about shopping or dining. That way she wouldn't be forced to wash her hands with that harsh synthetic detergent that is in all or most department store, restaurant dispensers.
The great idea was then put into action.
I chose a clear tube to house the tiny pieces of soap and created a wrap around label. I asked Lily if she wanted to have her favorite color purple incorporated into the label. She answered yes. The heart labels seemed to fit too.
Lily's Soap Bites will be available at my brick and mortar shop and the web shop, soon. Just in time for Christmas. They make a great stocking stuffer, by the way.
We went out to dinner Saturday night and after I washed my hands with that yucky stuff, I said to myself, I need some of Lily's Soap Bites. Then on Sunday we visited a local antique market. Again, when I needed to wash my hands, Lily's Soap Bites where are you?
I love it when an idea transforms itself into a living breathing thing. In this case a practical necessary one, that honestly I'm not sure how I lived without until now.
Coming Soon, Lily's Soap Bites.
Enjoy caring and sharing holidays.