SoapwoodArtStudio's Shop Announcement

All of our products are hand-crafted by us, a husband and wife, who care about your health, and supporting the concept of a small business. And ok, I admit it, we just need to create!!!!! We are self-taught artists, giving a voice to the Beings of Nature, to Mother Earth, and feeding the energies of Light and Love!

We started making our body products to give ourselves affordable, healthy options to use here in our home. I grew up in a chemical cesspool home and didn't want that for my family. My oldest son has Aspergers, and we began changing what we put in us, so why not change what we put on, and around us? I put a little bit of myself in everything I make, to share the love and magick.

We also do various crafts such as woodcarvings (hubby carves them by hand and I paint them, where applicable). Our wood carvings, to date, have been hand-painted and hand-carved. If they are ever otherwise, that will always be indicated in the listing.

We also do cross-stitch, beading/jewelry, crocheted items, and numerous Native American items. It is more than a pleasure to be working along side my best friend/husband, although I have to wonder who wins the 'difficult artist' spats between us? We make what we're in the mood for and you never know what we're going to come out with next! We feel we have a little something for everyone.

Orders will come through the USPS and are insured where applicable (we cover that fee). Every one of our body product items is marked with the ingredients. If you have any questions, you can contact me at craftymomma_7 [!at]

All sales are final, but we still welcome your feedback. Some of our body care products are available in samples (for a small fee), please contact me directly to learn more. Although we prefer to make all natural items, we do, on occasion, get requests for something in a scent that is not available in a natural form.

We have a smoke and pet-free home and workshop and any items that need to be washed prior to selling are washed in a fragrance and dye-free "All".

We believe in re-using materials, and that includes what we ship with. We don't use fancy boxes or ribbons, in fact, your item may come in a tea box, but we prefer to help the Earth, and let our products speak for themselves at the same time.

I'd love to connect with other creators! If you're near and would like to meet every once in a while for coffee to get those creative juices flowing, brainstorm, or just talk with another deep and creative soul, convo me! I am also opening my mind a little, just a little until I see how it goes, for some bartering/trade. There are items that I use a lot that I'd be open to getting from you as a trade.

These items would be: pure beeswax tea light candles, Delica beads, leather, clean and cruelty-freefeathers, antlers, natural materials found in nature, and other things as they strike me. Did any of your items make my favorites? I may be willing to trade for one of those. We both always have the option of saying no, with no hard feelings.

---- Please do not try and talk us down on our prices! We feel that we are more than fair, if not even underpriced some times on our listed prices and trying to haggle with us is the ultimate insult. This is not a garage sale!----

----If you are happy with your transaction with us, PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK! ----

----We are now on Facebook! Want first dibs on items, breaking news, and access to contests to win free product from me? "LIKE" us on Facebook at


* Bargain Barn, Inc.
815 Calumet Ave.
Valparaiso, IN 46383

* We have donated two pieces of art to the Moraine Ridge Wildlife Rehabiliation Centers silent auction being held at the White Key Gallery in Valparaiso, Indiana on May 8, 2015 from 6-9 p.m. We donated a wood carving of a Wood Duck Decoy and a Turtle bracelet and earrings made from a bead weaving technique. Please support this great organization!

* Find select pieces of our art work at Paul Henry's Art Gallery in Hammond, Indiana. 416 Sibley Street.

* We will be set up out front of dh2w, Inc. in Michigan City, Indiana for the First Friday Art Walk this Summer. When? Friday, June 5th from 5-8 p.m. Where? 813 Franklin Street (West side of the road, directly across from the St. Paul's fenced in play area). If it rains, we will set up right inside of the door! If it's nice weather, we'll be directly out front of the business.

Clean Blessings!

Heather and Carl

This shop accepts Etsy Gift Cards.