26 December 2010

What's Next

One day after Christmas and I'm already thinking SPRING. Actually I was thinking spring weeks ago lol. I have two, as yet unnamed, perfumes marrying that will be introduced around March or April. Batches of essential oils are being blended for soap. And starting in February I will be including in my line of products 1 lb and 2 lb soap logs for purchase. Also, work begins again on the ol' website. This time around I'm determined to finish it. :-) I'm still on the hunt for the 'perfect' packaging. Either I can't seem to locate what I'm looking for or if I stumble across something I like there is a 1,000,000,000,000,000 piece minimum (ok slightly less than that lol). For example, I found a glass vial for perfume oils that I really like. I have yet to see them in use. That doesn't mean that they aren't, I just haven't seen them. The minimum is more than I can cover. So I continue to search.

2011 is going to be a year of research for me. I've been thinking a lot about the products I want to offer and I'm contemplating sticking with only soap and perfume. I'm going to test things out over the next six months and make a decision then. I'll keep you posted.

4 comments:

Libby said...

Sounds like lots of wheels churning in your head too. Last night I was dreaming about selling out of all my items at a craft fair. I could see the items, the colors, the customers, everything! lol

I wish you all the best in 2011, but here, I'm still thinking of winter. :-)

Smell Goods Lady said...

Great ideas and moves you are making. I look forward to seeing everything manifest for you. All the best! ~Itiel

Jenn Flynn-Shon said...

Can't wait to hear the progress of all the things you come up with next year! I'm facing much the same in bulk buying when it comes to boxes for stuff. Just need a few but most do want you to buy the farm! Good luck with it and Happy New Year!!

Lisa BTB said...

Thank you ladies! Yes, the wheels are turning and soon things will all fall into place. One thing I know is that we can easily adjust. Here's to a creative and prosperous 2011. Happy New Year!