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Out With The Old….

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Earlier today I was flipping through some old pics of the first batches of soap I’ve ever made.  Truth be told….the first batch I made was in July of last year.  I’m still pretty new at this whole soap making adventure but feel as though I’ve come a looooong way from that very first batch.

I thought it would be fun to show how Baby Duck Soap Co has grown over the past year.  From logos to soap…here’s the first year in review through pictures!






8 responses »

  1. Tanya,
    I loved strolling down memory lane with you!

  2. I am so glad you shared this! I just starting making my first batches of soap and I am addicted. I also am a member of several soap groups and many people said they wouldn’t sell any soap for several years. I already know several friends and family that would love to purchase homemade soap and I was discouraged to here I’d have to wait years. But then I read this! You have been doing it just over a year and you are amazing and are doing such a good job at selling. You are such an inspiration. Thanks for sharing!

    • You are so welcome. Go with your gut lady! Try not to get discouraged by naysayers. I’m glad to see that you’ve already gotten bitten by the soap making bug!! 🙂

  3. Wow – I would NEVER have guessed you’ve only been soaping a year! Happy (belated) birthday, and here’s to many more – you make beautiful soaps 😀

  4. So cool to see how baby duck has changed in a year! Your soaps are little works of art and really show are much you put into them. To many more years!! Funny coincidence – I made my first batch in July 2012 as well and I’ve had an amazing time ever since.


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