Basically, the labels are made. I just need to do about 9 more, but they are all soap and use the same template. Printing will be black and white, since that is the only option with the new mono printer. At least there will be labels. It is law that products sold are labeled, yet, LUSH cosmetics does not label their soap. It sits in big chunks and they hack off a piece if you ask them to. But wait, then it is weighed and labeled, so yeah, I guess they do. It is like the grocery sticker when you fill your own bags in the bulk section and then weigh them and a label pops out. I have not seen that system here in Alberta though.
There is a decadent body butter, not my type, but hopefully the sort most will like. And there are many soaps, 99% organic and natural. Only 3 have some fragrance oil added and there are some organic ones that were from a commercial melt and pour soap base that has preservatives and binders in it, aka chemicals, but ones permitted by organic companies. There are also liquid soaps and some bath scents. I have been using the bath scents in the tub and the idea was a teaspoon would be enough, but either I am desensitized or they are not strong enough, so I will start them out on sale.
There may not be much time to write in the next few days, but I am thinking of you. Wish me luck at the fair.