I found clear plastic clips which attach onto the basket/container and allow for a sign to be attached to the other side like a clip board. There is also a joint in the middle that allows for movement between the top and bottom of the clip
I found paper made to be used with chalk or with a chalk florescent chalk marker. It can be re-used again and again. It looks more like a chalk board when it has been erased a time or two. The dark chalk board stands out with the florescent chalk. It also matches my logo.
After my last festival, I came to realize that the ingredients of each bar of soap printed in larger lettering should be with each type/kind of soap. I like to experiment so I seldom make two of the same kind/type of soap. I also like to provide all of the ingredients and not just a few. I don't like to tell people I make shea butter soap when most of my soaps contain shea butter and that is just one of the ingredients. I have a lot of allergies and I want the purchaser to know what he or she is purchasing. I provide the ingredients on each soap label, but people want to see ingredient lists without wearing reading glasses or squinting.
I like to wrap my soaps, but the beauty and smell of the soap is important. I leave a sample soap out for anyone to fondle. I am placing a sample sign on the sample soap.
I am identifying the soap by name or fragrance. Also on the sign, I supply a little information about the fragrance unless it is a common fragrance everyone could identify, such as cinnamon or vanilla.
I want to show you my new signs.
How has your week been so far? It has been sunny here and most of the rain has stopped. I don't like the heat, but I like the sunny days.