Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Our soap class is coming up next Thursday April 19 - sign up today!


This is my personal invite to come out and meet us at Maple Valley Farm!  I am going to be cooking up a DELICIOUS luncheon and more, just for you! 
You can wow your Mom and Mom-in-Law with these soaps for Mother's Day
I personally hope to see you! 
*HomemakerAng*

It is not to late to sign up!  We still have some openings


We are inviting you to join us for a farm lunch, a beginner soap making class and friendship on
April 19, 2012
Noon – 3 pm
At Maple Valley Farm – The Maple Cottage
By reservation only
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Make a day of it in the country by attending the local Trufant Flea Market first.  Then come back to the farm (just 3 miles away) for lunch and a class!

The Beginners Soap Making Class with Maple Valley Farms
Taught by the adorable “Farmgirl Cyn” – www.cindy50.blogspot.com 


Beginners Soap Making  class:

Join us for a simple, basic cold-process soap making class. You will learn the best and cheapest places to shop for your ingredients and equipment. How to mix your lye safely. How to add essential oils/fragrances/herbs for some variety. How to color your soap with natural ingredients. And how to cut your soap in preparation for the curing process. These bars make wonderful Mother’s Day gifts as well as birthday, showers, and Christmas!

We will serve you a wonderful farm luncheon at the Maple Cottage  finished soap will also be available for sale
$75  

****Reserve by email and mail your check to:

Maple Valley Farms
2902 Amble Rd.
Coral, Michigan 49322
Memo line:  April 19 Soap Making Class noon-3
Invite your girl friends or group out for a great afternoon!
Any questions, feel free to email me at angela@maplevalleyfarms.net

4 comments:

Renata said...

All these classes sound fantastic Ang! If only you were in Australia.... ( a gal can dream can't she). Maybe I should just have a go making my own soap again ( the first batch...well let's just say it was a disaster!!0
Have fun
Blessings
Renata:)

Cary at Serenity Farms said...

I wish I could be at this class, too, but we have a farm tour of people visiting our farm that day! I'm looking forward to seeing you at some of the others, though ;)

Donna OShaughnessy said...

More and more folks want to make soap. Mine sells out constantly in our little farm store. Folks are so tired of spending money on stuff that HURTS their skin. Do you use your own pigs lard? I love it for our soaps

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